Small Finds from Ritual Contexts at Domuztepe Kahramanmaraş



Blind and semi-blind channel order estimation in simo systems
Karakütük, Serkan; Tuncer, Temel Engin; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2009)
Channel order estimation is an important problem in many fields including signal processing, communications, acoustics, and more. In this thesis, blind channel order estimation problem is considered for single-input, multi-output (SIMO) FIR systems. The problem is to estimate the effective channel order for the SIMO system given only the output samples corrupted by noise. Two new methods for channel order estimation are presented. These methods have several useful features compared to the currently known te...
Tiling of cellular structures into the parts according to the density values of SIMP topology optimization
Özkapıcı Helvacı, Damla; Yaman, Ulaş; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2020-9)
In this thesis, a method is proposed to enhance the performance of the parts optimized by Solid Isotropic Material with Penalization (SIMP) method. SIMP is a density-based topology optimization method which basically aims to distribute the material through the part subjected to various loads, boundary conditions and constraints in the optimum way. Thus, the part satisfies an optimization goal without violating the predefined constraints. The most prominent feature of this method is that the densities of the...
An interactive environment for simdl simulation language
Aydın, Menderes; Genç, Payidar; Department of Computer Engineering (1992)
SWIM : a new multicast routing algorithm for wireless networks
Akyürek, Alper Sinan; Uysal Bıyıkoğlu, Elif; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2011)
In this work, a new multicast routing algorithm for wireless networks is presented. The algorithm, called SWIM (Source-initiated WIreless Multicast), is a depth-optimal multicast tree formation algorithm. SWIM is fully distributed and has an average computational complexity of O(N 2 ). SWIM forms a shared tree from the source(s) to destinations; yet, as a by-product, it creates a multicast mesh structure by maintaining alternative paths at every tree node. This makes SWIM suitable for both ad hoc networks a...
Developing a model to increase quality of DEM
Paşaoğulları, Onur; Usul, Nurünnisa; Department of Geodetic and Geographical Information Technologies (2013)
Low resolution (LR) Grid Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) are the inputs of multi frame super resolution (MFSR) algorithm to obtain high resolution (HR) grid DEM. In digital image MFSR, non-redundant information carrying LR image pairs are a necessity. By using the analogy between digital image and grid DEMs, it is proven that, although the LR grid DEMs have a single source, they carry non-redundant information and they can be inputs of MFSR. Quality of grid DEM can be increased by using MFSR techniques. The...
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