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Happiness-related qualities of mobile apps for physical activity
Işık, Hande; Erbuğ, Çiğdem (2019-4-4)
Many studies concentrate on the use of persuasive technology to encourage people for active lifestyles, yet it is a design challenge to create intrinsic motivation for users to increase or maintain healthy behaviour. Build...
Virtual reality in requirement analysis for CIM system development suitable for SMEs
Erenay, O; Hashemipour, M; Kayaligil, S (2002-10-15)
This paper presents a methodology, based on Virtual Reality (VR), for representing a manufacturing system in order to help with the requirement analysis (RA) in CIM system development, suitable for SMEs. The methodology ca...
Convex envelope results and strong formulations for a class of mixed-integer programs
Denizel, M; Erenguc, SS; Sherali, HD (1996-06-01)
In this article we present a novel technique for deriving the convex envelope of certain nonconvex fixed-charge functions of the type that arise in several related applications that have been considered in the literature. ...
Toward a framework of product development for global markets: a user-value-based approach
Boztepe, Suzan (2007-07-01)
This paper discusses product development for global markets from the perspective of creating value for users in different cultural settings. Based on an ethnographic study on the use of and the value assignment to kitchen ...
Ottoman Foundations of Turkish Typography: A Field Theory Approach
Ozkal, Ozlem (MIT Press - Journals, 2018-06-01)
This paper examines the formation of the field of typography in the Ottoman Empire from within a field-based perspective. By approaching typography as a strategic action field, it analyzes the typographic environment and i...
Material Processuality: Alternative Grounds for Design Research
Tönük Kruıthof, Damla; Fisher, Tom (Informa UK Limited, 2020-01-01)
This article opens discussion on the positivist epistemology underlying the understandings of materials in design research that have been brought along as a result of theory and methods inherited from engineering and psych...
3D resistivity imaging from an archaeological site in south-western Anatolia, Turkey: a case study
Drahor, M. G.; Gokturkler, G.; Berge, M. A.; Kurtulmus, T. Oe.; Tuna Çengel, Nur Nagihan (Wiley, 2007-06-01)
A large-scale resistivity imaging survey was performed in the acropolis area of Archaic Cnidos, south-western Turkey. This survey was a part of the geophysical studies conducted between 1999 and 2004. Two-dimensional resis...
Exploring Product/Part Longevity in Open Design of Small Kitchen Appliances
Bakırlıoğlu, Yekta; Doğan, Çağla (Informa UK Limited, 2020-10-01)
Emerged at the intersection of open-source, do-it-yourself and maker movements, and blurring of the lines among users, designers and producers, open design suggests a continuous process of co-designing open to everyone and...
Embracing Material Surface Imperfections in Product Design
Pedgley, Owaın Francıs; Şener Pedgley, Bahar; Lilley, Debra; Bridgens, Ben (2018-12-01)
Imperfection is not a usual aim within the context of industrialized product design. Under general norms, products are manufactured as clones of a 'perfect' original and product surfaces are prized for their 'perfect' flaw...
MATERIALS-INSPIRED INNOVATION FOR ACOUSTIC GUITAR DESIGN
Pedgley, Owaın Francıs; Norman, Eddie; Armstrong, Rob (2009-01-01)
This paper presents a case study of research leading to a significant innovation in the acoustic guitar sector (1). The acoustic guitar is a result of centuries of design and development with wood, and has evolved into an ...