A Necessary Void in International Relations: Non-State Actors in the Middle East

Yucel, Sumeyra Yildiz


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A novel satellite attitude actuator based on vibrating masses was previously proposed. Its governing equations were obtained and simulated. In this study, the resulting mathematical model is validated via energy as well as the conservation of angular momentum methods. Additionally, the mathematical model for the complete system was too complicated for analysis. In this work, a representative simplified set of equations describing vibrating mass control moment gyroscope (vCMG) dynamics in high fidelity are a...
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This thesis examines the question of how societies deal with the legacy of gross human rights violations. More specifically, it examines the work of official human rights investigations called truth commissions which have been established in increasing numbers since the 1980s in post-conflict countries across the world as institutional responses to gross human rights violations. It involves a close study of reports written by three most prominent international human rights organizations (Amnesty Internation...
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A frequent problem encountered in the stabilization of a dynamic system supported by a moving base is the disturbance rejection associated with moving components. Due to relative motion of adjacent components, the friction induces a destabilizing force from base motion to the stabilized object, which degrades the motion accuracy. Therefore, the compensation of frictional effects is necessary in order to obtain a highly precise stabilization performance, especially, when the stabilized system undergoes low-v...
Citation Formats
S. Y. Yucel, “A Necessary Void in International Relations: Non-State Actors in the Middle East,” INSIGHT TURKEY, pp. 209–216, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/63828.