Jackson system development methodology and an application.

Hiçyılmaz, I Cem


Jackson system development methodology and an application
Al-faraj, Amer S; Aktaş, Ziya; Department of Computer Engineering (1988)
Jackson systems development for stock control systems.
Taheri, Mojgan; Department of Computer Engineering (1992)
Jackson system development, Jackson structured prgramming and application.
Doğulu, M. Fethi; Department of Computer Engineering (1992)
Nash mathematical model in catchment behaviour with particular reference to Turkish catchments.
Erol, Levent; Department of Civil Engineering (1972)
Cohen's bilinear class of shift-invariant space/spatial-frequency signal representations for particle-location analysis of in-line Fresnel holograms
Ozgen, MT; Demirbaş, Kerim (The Optical Society, 1998-08-01)
The Cohen bilinear class of shift-invariant space-frequency representations provides an automated means for extracting three-dimensional particle locations from in-line holograms without any focusing. For two-dimensional holograms a fixed-frequency slice technique, based on examining, concurrently, the zero-frequency slice and a nonzero-frequency slice of the two-dimensional representation used, is developed for particle-location analysis. The trade-off between auto-term sharpness and cross-term suppression...
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I. C. Hiçyılmaz, “Jackson system development methodology and an application.,” Middle East Technical University, 1985.