Regional planning of a health care system.

Aykın, Turgut


Regional frequency analysis of precipitation using time series clustering approaches
Zaifoğlu, Hasan; Akıntuğ, Bertuğ; Yanmaz, Ali Melih (American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), 2018-06-01)
A regional frequency analysis using L-moments was performed with time series clustering approaches to identify homogeneous regions using dynamic data sets in Northern Cyprus. In this context, the conventional approach, based on station characteristics and different time series clustering approaches, classified as shape-based, feature-based, and model-based, were compared. Hierarchical Ward's method with the correlation-based similarity measure of the feature-based approach was determined as the best method ...
Regional supply response in Turkish agriculture : the case of cotton.
Şayer, Ali; Department of Economics (1983)
Regional VTEC modeling with multivariate adaptive regression splines
Durmaz, Murat; Karslıoğlu, Mahmut Onur; Nohutcu, Metin (Elsevier BV, 2010-07-15)
Different algorithms have been proposed for the modeling of the ionosphere. The most frequently used method is based on the spherical harmonic functions achieving successful results for global modeling but not for the local and regional applications due to the bounded spherical harmonic representation. Irregular data distribution and data gaps cause also difficulties in the global modeling of the ionosphere. In this paper we propose an efficient algorithm with Multivariate Adaptive Regression Splines (MARS)...
Regionalization of dynamic input output analysis with special reference to İstanbul.
Diren, Murat; Department of Regional Planning (1980)
Regional energy trading-a new avenue for resolving a regional water dispute?
Scheuman, Waltina; Tiğrek, Şahnaz (2015-01-01)
The Coruh/Chorokhi river system is of great economic importance to both Turkey and - Georgia because of its largely undeveloped but economically exploitable potential for hydropower. On both sides of the border a large number of hydropower projects are being implemented unilaterally in which private investors play the key role, following liberalisation of the energy sectors in Turkey and Georgia. This has been promoted in both countries, despite the resulting social and environmental costs, particularly in ...
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T. Aykın, “Regional planning of a health care system.,” Middle East Technical University, 1980.