Optik Fare Algılayıcılarının Mobil Robotlarda Kullanılarak Konum Tahminlerinin İyileştirilmesi

4. Türkiye Robotbilim Konferansı (ToRK 2018), (12 - 14 Nisan 2018)


Two Dimensional Silicon Photonic Crystal Band Gap Applications for Optical Bio-sensing and Modulation
Kılıç, Selahattin Cem; Kocaman, Serdar; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2021-9)
In this thesis, we presented mainly two applications that utilize two dimensional Silicon photonic crystals. One application is an optical refractive index based gas/bio-sensor. The device is constructed by rod-type square lattice photonic crystal cavity. The rod-type is chosen to confine the electric field in the low-index medium and maximize the light-matter interaction. The resonance characteristics is selected as Fano-like resonance due to its sharp and asymmetric shape that is suitable for such an appl...
Modeling on Rayleigh scattering in optical waveguides
Çamak, Burak; Çakır, Serhat; Department of Physics (2003)
In the last few years, interest in polymer optical fibers (POF) has increased because of their low cost, easy handling and good flexibility even at large diameters. Moreover, optical cables do not have the problem of electromagnetic interference, which gives, for instance, the problem of cross-talk in copper telephone cables. In the usage of current communication and computer systems the yield has gained a big importance and it has seen from studies that light scattering loss is the only loss, which cannot ...
Detection of airport runways in optical satellite images
Zöngür, Uğur; Ulusoy, İlkay; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2009)
Advances in hardware and pattern recognition techniques, along with the widespread utilization of remote sensing satellites, have urged the development of automatic target detection systems. Automatic detection of airports is particularly essential, due to the strategic importance of these targets. In this thesis, a detection method is proposed for airport runways, which is the most distinguishing element of an airport. This method, which operates on large optical satellite images, is composed of a segmenta...
Dynamic modeling and analysis of vibration effects on performance in optical systems
Avşar, Ahmet Levent; Özgüven, Hasan Nevzat; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2008)
In order to understand the effects of structurally induced line of sight (SILOS) jitter (vibration) and to predict its effects on optical system performance, a simple and practical vibratory model and software are developed by using discrete and finite element modeling techniques. For an existing simple optical system, discrete and FE dynamic models are constructed and they are validated by modal tests for the frequency range of interest. In order to find material properties of adhesive, which is used in op...
Design and implementation of an open-source optically stimulated luminescence measurement system
Maraba, Diren; Bulur, Enver; Department of Physics (2017)
Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) is the light emission from an irradiated solid (insulator or a wide band gap semiconductor) upon illumination with light of suitable wavelength. Although the phenomenon has been known for a long time, OSL has emerged as a practically applicable dosimetry technique in the past two decades. Recently introduced materials like alumina and beryllia have found use in the field of radiation dosimetry. The purpose of this study is to design and construct a simple multi-sample...
Citation Formats
İ. Özçil, A. B. Koku, and E. İ. Konukseven, “Optik Fare Algılayıcılarının Mobil Robotlarda Kullanılarak Konum Tahminlerinin İyileştirilmesi,” presented at the 4. Türkiye Robotbilim Konferansı (ToRK 2018), (12 - 14 Nisan 2018), İstanbul, Türkiye, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/74965.