On the Implementation of Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries to Turkish Fisheries KeyChallenges and Ways Forward

Gazihan Akoğlu, Ayşe
Salihoğlu, Barış
Akoğlu, Ekin
Oğuz, Temel


On the quality of deployment in wireless sensor networks
Onur, Ertan; Delic, H (2005-01-01)
When wireless sensors are used to keep an area under surveillance, a critical issue is the quality of the deployment from the sensing coverage viewpoint. In this paper, we propose several quality measures, which indicate if the deployment provides sufficient coverage, or whether redeployment is required or not. The terrain is modelled as a grid and the placement of the sensors is uniformly distributed. Neyman-Pearson detection is utilized to determine the effects of false alarm and signal characteristics on...
On the analysis and design of a fully compliant large stroke slider-crank (rocker) mechanism
In the literature, authors have made contributions in the area of partially compliant slider-crank (rocker) mechanisms possessing rigid joints that may cause backlash inherently. On contrary, fully compliant mechanisms offer no backlash which is a valuable property for the cases where high precision is required. In this paper, we proposed a fully compliant slider-crank mechanism that performs large stroke. Kinematic performance of the mechanism is investigated analytically. Dimensions of the mechanism are o...
On the role of intrinsic value in terms of environmental education
Aydın Bayram, Selma (2012-02-11)
An understanding of instrumentally valuable nature resulted from anthropocentrism is incapable of producing long-term, real solutions to deal with environmental problems. It is obvious that these problems cannot be handled staying within the current understanding of nature-human relationship and without broaden the extent of ethics in a way to involve non-human entities. Human beings are prone to protect what they consider as intrinsically valuable. Further, they have a tendency to value the things around t...
On Developing New Text and Audio Corpora and Speech Recognition Tools for the Turkish Language
Salor Durna, Özgül; Pellom, Brian; Çiloğlu, Tolga; Hacıoğlu, Kadri; Demirekler, Mübeccel (null; 2002-09-16)
This paper describes recent work towards development of new corpora and tools for Turkish speech research. This effort represents an on-going collaboration between the Center for Spoken Language Research (CSLR) at the University of Colorado and the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Middle East Technical University (METU). A new text corpus developed from Turkish newspapers’ text is described. In addition, a 193-speaker audio corpus and pronunciation lexicon for the Turkish language is developed. ...
on the analysis and design of a new type of partially compliant mechanism
Tanık, Engin; Söylemez, Eres; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2007)
In this study analysis and design procedures of partially compliant mechanisms using two degree of freedom mechanism model are developed. The flexible segments are modeled as revolute joints with torsional springs. While one freedom is controlled by the input to the mechanism, the motion of the parts are governed both by the kinematics and the force balance. The procedure developed for the analysis of such mechanisms is shown on two different mechanisms: a five link mechanism with crank input and slider out...
Citation Formats
A. Gazihan Akoğlu, B. Salihoğlu, E. Akoğlu, and T. Oğuz, “On the Implementation of Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries to Turkish Fisheries KeyChallenges and Ways Forward,” 2014, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/72099.