Towards 'virtual clay' modelling challenges and recommendations: A brief summary of the literature



Towards interoperable and composable trajectory simulations: an ontology-based approach
Durak, U.; Oğuztüzün, Mehmet Halit S.; Algin, C. Koksal; Ozdikis, O. (Informa UK Limited, 2011-08-01)
Trajectory simulation is a software module that computes the flight path and flight parameters of munitions. It is used throughout the engineering process, including simulations for studying the design trade-offs, to mission simulations for defended area analysis. In this wide application domain, reuse has always been one of the challenges of the trajectory simulation community. We apply an ontology-based simulation development methodology to fulfil the functional requirements of a trajectory simulation whi...
Towards precarious politics: assembly, mourning and livable life
Aksan, Hatice Merve; Ecevit, Mehmet Cihan; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2017)
This thesis aims to interrogate how political subjectivity of the precarious groups is marginalized discursively by the political power, and how this political marginalization becomes the source of both the resistance and the precarity of these communities. Regarding Judith Butler’s framework on precarity, precariousness, and livability throughout the study, precariousness is defined as the required conditions which need to be met in order to sustain the life as a life, and it points out to living socially ...
Examining hope as a mediator of the link between procrastination and psychological well-being
Muyan Yılık, Mine; Demir, Ayhan Gürbüz (null; 2018-06-01)
The purpose of the current study is to investigate the relationship between procrastination and psychological well-being through the mediating role of hope in university students. Participants were 187 (106 females and 81 males) university students attending a major state university in Ankara, Turkey. Turkish versions of Tuckman Procrastination Scale, State Hope Scale, and Psychological Well-being Scale were used as measurement tools in the study. Results from conducting bootstrapped mediation ...
Modeling Electromagnetic Scattering from Random Array of Objects by Form Invariance of Maxwell's Equations
ÖZGÜN, ÖZLEM; Kuzuoğlu, Mustafa (2015-07-24)
Electromagnetic scattering from a random array of objects is modeled by using special coordinate transformations that are based on the form invariance property of Maxwell's equations. The main motivation is to perform multiple realizations of Monte Carlo simulations corresponding to different positions of objects in an efficient way by using a single mesh. This is achieved by locating transformation media within the computational domain. The proposed approach is applied to finite element method and tested b...
Perceived roles, resposibilities and challenges of CT's in the procedure of teaching practice course in practicum
Sağlam, Gülderen; Yemenici, Ayşegül; Department of English Language Teaching (2007)
This research study aims to investigate how cooperating teachers (CTs) in Partnership Schools working with pre-service teachers (PTs) from Universities in Ankara and Bursa reflect on challenges they face according to their own perceived roles and responsibilities in the process of implementing their complicated and demanding work to contribute to pre-service teacher training in schools. The present study specifically focuses on cooperating teachers’ perceived challenges in relation to the feedback process a...
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