An algorithm for constructing various kinds of nanojunctions using zig-zag and armchair nanotubes
Tasci, Emre; Erkoç, Şakir (American Scientific Publishers, 2007-04-01)
A method for generating various forms of junctions involving armchair and zig-zag nanotubes, firstly introduced by Zsoldos et al., is developed to cover all types of armchair and zig-zag nanotubes in a systematical way. This method can also be used to produce nanogears and toothed canals. The method is explained and flowcharts are included to aid in programming into a code.
An Algorithm for Wind Turbine Protection under Iced Rotor Blades
Şahin, Mustafa; Yavrucuk, İlkay (2021-09-08)
An algorithm to resolve the optimal locomotion problem of modular robots
Mencek, Hakan; Soylu, Reşit; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2007)
In this study, a novel optimal motion planning algorithm is developed for the locomotion of modular robots. The total energy consumption of the robot is considered to be the optimization criteria. In order to determine the energy consumption of the system, the kinematic and dynamic analyses of the system are performed. Due to the variable number of modules in the system, a recursive formulation is developed for both kinematic and dynamic analyses. Coulomb's static and dynamic friction models are used to mod...
An algorithm for multiscale license plate detection and rule-based character segmentation
Karalı, Ali Onur; Ulusoy, İlkay; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2011)
License plate recognition (LPR) technology has great importance for the development of Intelligent Transportation Systems by automatically identifying the vehicles using image processing and pattern recognition techniques. Conventional LPR systems consist of license plate detection (LPD), character segmentation (CS) and character recognition (CR) steps. Successful detection of license plate and character locations have vital role for proper LPR. Most LPD and CS techniques in the literature assume fixed dist...
An Evolutionary Algorithm for Finding Efficient Solutions in Multi-Attribute Auctions
Koksalan, Murat; Karakaya, Gülşah (2014-05-01)
There is a growing interest in electronic auctions. Many researchers consider a single-attribute, although auctions are multi-attribute in nature in practice. Addressing multiple attributes increases the difficulty of the problem substantially. We develop an evolutionary algorithm (EA) for multi-attribute multi-item reverse auctions. We try to generate the whole Pareto front using the EA. We also develop heuristic procedures to find several good initial solutions and insert those in the initial population o...
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Y. IDER and N. G. Gençer, “AN ALGORITHM FOR COMPENSATING FOR 3D EFFECTS IN ELECTRICAL-IMPEDANCE TOMOGRAPHY,” 1989, vol. 11, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: