The ’xxarchitect’xx as product: the case of Sinan



The Business Case For E-learning
Gürbüz, Tarkan(2009)
This course aims to explore the impact of e-learning in business and the business impact of e-learning. Tries to provide an understanding related with the impact of ICT and e-transformation, types of e-learning, implementation of e-learning, business drivers for e-learning. Explains the issues related with investing in e-learning, organizational capabilities for successful e-learning solutions and business success with e-learning. Discusses and evaluates the e-learning industry landscape, market processes i...
KTO-Kent tasımlayım oyunları,uygulama olanakları
Şenyapılı, Tansı (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 1975)
One of the important problems in the field of city planning is the lack of a general, comprehensive,theoretical framework. Urban simulation games (USG) are one attempt on the part of the urban planners, to create a multi-dimensiona*! approach to urban problems. USG is a new technique for Turkish planning circles therefore it is important to discuss whether this approach which has been developed for countries where a free market mechanism is dominant, is applicable to developing countries like Turkey. The ar...
The orthographic set: making architecture visible
Türkay, Seray; Savaş Sargın, Ayşen; Department of Architecture (2011)
The meaning of term “representation” has shifted in both relevancy and definition in the discipline of architecture with the introduction of computational design technologies. The assumption of this study is that the selected mode of representation has the power to affect the process of design and even the production of architecture. At the present time, while the discipline is witnessing a change in its tendencies and terminologies, such as from drawing to 3D modeling, from construction to fabrication, and...
The discourse connector list: a multi-genre cross-cultural corpus analysis
Kalajahi, Seyed Ali Rezvani; Abdullah, Ain Nadzimah; Neufeld, Steve (Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2017-05-01)
This study examines the linguistic feature known as discourse connector using a corpus-informed approach. The study applies a taxonomy which classifies and describes 632 discourse connectors in eight broad classes with 17 categories. The frequency of use of each discourse connector listed was analyzed in the three different registers of spoken, non-academic and academic English in the two different cultural contexts of British and American English. The resulting data on discourse connector frequency were co...
The one-warehouse multi-retailer problem: reformulation, classification, and computational results
Solyali, Oguz; Süral, Haldun (2012-07-01)
We consider the one-warehouse multi-retailer problem where a warehouse replenishes multiple retailers with deterministic dynamic demands over a horizon. The problem is to determine when and how much to order to the warehouse and retailers such that the total system-wide costs are minimized. We propose a new (combined transportation and shortest path based) integer programming reformulation for the problem in addition to the echelon stock and transportation based formulations in the literature. We analyze th...
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