E: 1987/415 Esas No’lu Davaya İlişkin Bilirkişi Raporu

Danıştay Dergisi


E-museum: Web-based tour and information system for museums E-müze; müzeler için web-tabanli gezi ve bilgi sistemi
Baştanlar, Yalin; Altıngövde, İsmail Sengör; Aksay, Anil; Alav, Orhan; Çavuş, Özge; Yardimci, Yasemin; Ulusoy, Özgür; Güdükbay, Uǧur; Çetin, Enis; Akar, Gözde Bozdaǧi; Aksoy, Selim (2006-12-01)
A web-based system - consisting of data entrance, access and retrieval modules - is constructed for museums. Internet users that visit the e-museum, are able to view the written and visual information belonging to the artworks in the museum, are able to follow the virtual tour prepared for the different sections of the museum, are able to browse the artworks according to certain properties, are able to search the artworks having the similar visual content with the viewed artwork.
An archetypal analysis of E. M. Forster's fiction
Madran, Cumhur Yılmaz; İçöz, Nursel; Department of English Literature (2004)
The present analysis is intended to shed some light on Forster̕s use of myth, recurrent mythical images and archetypal patterns in his works. This study analyses Forster̕s archetypal images making particular references to his major works namely, short stories, Where Angels Fear to Tread, A Room with a View, The Longest Journey, Howards End and A Passage to India. The study is confined to the functions and significance of the mythical images and archetypal patterns represented in the aforementioned works. Fo...
E- Devlet Ölçümleme Projesi.
Arifoğlu, Ali(2014-12-31)
Proje, AB tarafından geliştirilen EGEP (e-Government Economics) çerçevesini temel alan bir e-servis ölçüm metodolojisini geliştirmeyi ve seçilen belediyelere uygulamayı hedeflemektedir. Proje aynı zamanda bir tez çalışması ile desteklenmektedir.
The intersection between two others, the East and the West in E.M. Forster’s A Passage to India
Şenduran, Elif, Derya; Birlik, Nurten; Department of English Literature (2020-12)
This dissertation reconsiders the intersection between the East and the West against the background of the Lacanian O/other to explore the inside/outside intricacy between the Anglo-Indians and the Indians in E. M. Forster’s A Passage to India. The moebius band trajectory is prevalent in both the narrative structure of the novel and the reversal of the characters’ relation to the external reality that generates rupture because of traumata. This eradicates intersubjectivity between the characters who l...
Effects of novel compound derived from vitamin e on prostate cancer cell line
Ergen, Nuri; Severcan, Feride; Department of Biology (2016)
Cancer is a complex disease characterized by uncontrolled cell proliferation, invasion and metastasis. It is known that vitamins having high antioxidant capacity, like vitamin A, C and E, play important roles in adjuvant therapy and as cancer protective agents. Vitamin E is a group of fat soluble antioxidant nutrients consisting of tocopherols and tocotrienols. Various research has been performed on the utility of vitamin E derivatives on cancer treatment. Energy metabolism of cells alters during cancer pro...
Citation Formats
H. Ç. Keskinok, “E: 1987/415 Esas No’lu Davaya İlişkin Bilirkişi Raporu,” Danıştay Dergisi, pp. 362–367, 1989, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/73686.