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May the level and ratio changes of trace elements be utilized in identification of disease progression and grade in prostatic cancer?
Kiziler, A. R.; Aydemir, B.; GÜZEL, SİMLA; Alici, B.; Ataus, S.; Tuna, M. B.; Durak, H.; Kilic, M. (2010-01-01)
Objective: The effects of the level and ratio changes in the trace elements have been reported previously in several diseases. The aim of this study was to determine whether those trace elements (Cu, Fe and Zn) can be used...
Impact of Number of Interactions, Different Interaction Patterns, and Human Inconsistencies on Some Hybrid Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization Algorithms
Marquis, Jon; Gel, Esma S.; Fowler, John W.; Koeksalan, Murat; Korhonen, Pekka; Wallenius, Jyrki (2015-10-01)
We investigate the impact of the number of human-computer interactions, different interaction patterns, and human inconsistencies in decision maker responses on the convergence of an interactive, evolutionary multiobjectiv...
A decision-analytic model for early stage breast cancer: Lumpectomy vs mastectomy
Alogan, G. Bueyuekdamgaci; Elele, T.; Hayran, M.; ERMAN, MUSTAFA; KILIÇKAP, SAADETTİN (2008-01-01)
The purpose was to construct a decision model that incorporated patient preferences over differing health state prospects and to analyze the decision context of early stage breast cancer patients in relation to two main su...
Display Panel Design of a General Utility Helicopter by Applying Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches
Senol, Mehmet Burak; DAĞDEVİREN, METİN; Cilingir, Canan; KURT, MUSTAFA (Wiley, 2010-01-01)
The flight deck is the ultimate human-machine interface application. It uses human senses of touch and sight in a safety-critical situation. Display systems, present on a flight deck, are complex environments causing exces...
An Analysis of the Factors Influencing Score Achieved during Pilot Training
YAZGAN, EBRU; Cilingir, Fatma Canan; Erol, Dogan; ANAGÜN, AHMET SERMET (Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Sciences, 2017-01-01)
Human error is considered a causal or contributory factor in a major part of aviation incidents. It's also known from relevant research and reports that even the smallest error made by a person can cause fatal results in t...
In this paper we consider the job shop scheduling problem under a discrete non-renewable resource constraint. We assume that jobs have arbitrary processing times and resource requirements and there is a unit supply of the ...
A branch and bound algorithm to minimize the total weighted flowtime for the two-stage assembly scheduling problem
Tozkapan, A; Kirca, O; Chung, CS (2003-02-01)
In this paper, a two-stage assembly scheduling problem is considered with the objective of minimizing the total weighted flowtime. A lower bounding procedure and a dominance criterion are developed and incorporated into a ...
Flexibility analysis: a methodology and a case study
Kahyaoglu, Y; Kayaligil, S; Buzacott, JA (Informa UK Limited, 2002-11-10)
A methodology for analysing manufacturing flexibility is proposed. A real-life case is discussed to demonstrate the proposed methodology. The case involves the grinding operations of an engine manufacturer. As an integral ...
Analysis of an inventory system under supply uncertainty
Gullu, R; Onol, E; Erkip, N (Elsevier BV, 1999-03-20)
In this paper, we analyze a periodic review, single-item inventory model under supply uncertainty. The objective is to minimize expected holding and backorder costs over a finite planning horizon under the supply constrain...
An optimal procedure for the coordinated replenishment dynamic lot-sizing problem with quantity discounts
Chung, CS; Hum, SH; Kirca, O (2000-12-01)
We consider in this paper the coordinated replenishment dynamic lot-sizing problem when quantity discounts are offered. In addition to the coordination required due to the presence of major and minor setup costs, a separat...