An approach for decentralized process modeling
Turetken, Oktay; Demirörs, Onur (2007-05-20)
This paper describes a method for organizations to perform process modeling in a decentralized and concurrent manner. The approach is based on the idea that modeling organizations' processes can be performed by individuals actually performing the processes. Instead of having a central and devoted group of people to analyze, understand, model and improve processes, real performers are held responsible to model and improve their own processes concurrently. The paper also summarizes the lessons learned by appl...
Measurement of chi(c1) and chi(c2) production with root s=7 TeV pp collisions at ATLAS
Aad, G.; et. al. (2014-07-01)
The prompt and non-prompt production cross-sections for the chi(c1) and chi(c2) charmonium states are measured in pp collisions at root s = 7TeV with the ATLAS detector at the LHC using 4.5 fb(-1) of integrated luminosity. The chi(c) states are reconstructed through the radiative decay chi c -> J/psi gamma ( with J/psi -> mu(+)mu(-)) where photons are reconstructed from gamma -> e(+)e(-) conversions. The production rate of the chi(c2) state relative to the chi(c1) state is measured for prompt and non-prompt...
A New method for markov processes with repetitive structures
Tüfekçi, Tolga; Güllü, Refik; Department of Industrial Engineering (1998)
The role of process configuration in the performance of anaerobic systems
Speece, RE; Duran, M; Demirer, Göksel Niyazi; Zhang, H; DiStefano, T (1997-01-01)
Many studies on biological systems have been conducted. These studies have demonstrated that subtle differences in process configuration such as phasing, staging, biofilms, granules, gas phase management, and combinations thereof can profoundly impact anaerobic process performance. Possible reasons for these differences as well as examples of various studies are presented. (C) 1997 IAWQ. Published by Elsevier Science Ltd.
An Interactive approach to two-response product and process design optimization with statistical inferences
Özateş, Melis; Köksal, Gülser; Köksalan, Murat; Department of Industrial Engineering (2015)
In this study, an interactive approach has been developed for two-response product and process design optimization problems treating the single response problems as a special case. This approach considers preferences of the decision maker explicitly and the correlation between the responses. It uses a predefined set of objectives that are commonly encountered in the literature and industrial applications. However, instead of presenting all objective values at each iteration, a set of performance measures ar...
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B. Akman and O. Demirörs, “Applicability of Process Discovery Algorithms for Software Organizations,” 2009, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: