D(0) production rate measurement in neutrino interactions and a limit on muon neutrino to tau neutrino oscillations

Güler, Ali Murat


Probing physics beyond the standard model through neutrino-electron scatterings
Bilmiş, Selçuk; Turan, İsmail; Department of Physics (2016)
Neutrino interactions are well explained with the electroweak theory. Hence, as an alternative to collider experiments, new physics can be searched in neutrino exper iments as well. Using the neutrino-electron scattering data taken by several experi ments (TEXONO, GEMMA, LSND, CHARM II, BOREXINO), which were chosen according to their incoming neutrino energy as well as recoil energy of the electron, possible effects on the neutrino scattering data originating from the presence of non commutativity in space ...
A Graph-Based Approach for Video Scene Detection
Sakarya, Ufuk; Telatar, Zjya (2008-04-22)
In this paper, a graph-based method for video scene detection is proposed. The method is based on a weighted undirected graph. Each shot is a vertex on the graph. Edge weights among the vertices are evaluated by using spatial and temporal similarities of shots. By using the complete information of the graph, a set of the vertices mostly similar to each other and dissimilar to the others is detected. Temporal continuity constraint is achieved on this set. This set is the first detected video scene. The verti...
Using Active Learning to Allow Activity Recognition on a Large Scale
Alemdar, Hande; ERSOY, CEM (2011-11-18)
Automated activity recognition systems that use probabilistic models require labeled data sets in training phase for learning the model parameters. The parameters are different for every person and every environment. Therefore, for every person or environment, training is needed to be performed from scratch. Obtaining labeled data requires much effort therefore poses challenges on the large scale deployment of activity recognition systems. Active learning can be a solution to this problem. It is a machine l...
Constraints on nonstandard neutrino interactions and unparticle physics with (v) over bar (e)-e(-) scattering at the Kuo-Sheng nuclear power reactor
Deniz, M.; Bilmiş, Selçuk; Yildirim, I. O.; Li, H. B.; Li, J.; Liao, H. Y.; Lin, C. W.; Lin, S. T.; Serin, Meltem; Singh, V.; Wong, H. T.; Wu, S. C.; Yue, Q.; Zeyrek, Mehmet Tevfik; Zhou, Z. Y. (2010-08-05)
Neutrino-electron scatterings are purely leptonic processes with robust standard model (SM) predictions. Their measurements can therefore provide constraints to physics beyond SM. The (nu) over bar (e) - e data taken at the Kuo-Sheng Reactor Neutrino Laboratory were used to probe two scenarios: nonstandard neutrino interactions (NSI) and unparticle physics. New constraints were placed on the NSI parameters (epsilon(eL)(ee), epsilon(eR)(ee) ), (epsilon(eL)(e mu), epsilon(eR)(e mu)), and (epsilon(eL)(e tau), ...
Pb(II) biosorption using anaerobically digested sludge
Tokcaer, Emre; Yetiş, Ülkü (Elsevier BV, 2006-10-11)
Removal of Pb(II) by using resting cells of anaerobically digested sludge (ADS) obtained from a nearby wastewater treatment plant was examined. Firstly, sorption kinetic and equilibrium experiments were conducted using agitated, thermostated (25 degrees C) batch reactors. The maximum Pb(II) sorption capacity was found to be very high (1750 mg/g dry ADS or 8.45 mmol/g dry ADS). At all initial Pb(II) concentrations tested, sorption resulted in neutralization with an increase in the solution pH from an initial...
Citation Formats
A. M. Güler, “D(0) production rate measurement in neutrino interactions and a limit on muon neutrino to tau neutrino oscillations,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2000.