An Experiment on Sentence Alignments in TED- MDB

Üstün, Ahmet
Zeyrek Bozşahin, Deniz


An experimental study of the FlexRay dynamic segment
Schmidt, Klaus Verner; Schmidt, Şenan Ece; Karakaya, Utku (2010-01-01)
It is expected that the time-triggered FlexRay bus will replace the event-triggered Controller Area Network (CAN) for the high-speed in-vehicle communication in future automobiles. To this end, FlexRay provides a static segment for the transmission of periodic messages and a dynamic segment that is suitable for exchanging event-based (sporadic) messages. In this paper, we experimentally evaluate the operation of the FlexRay dynamic segment. In particular, we study how the maximum and average message delays ...
An Experimental Study on Welded Overlap CoreSteel Encased Buckling-restrained Braces
Bozkurt, Mehmet Bakır; Topkaya, Cem (null; 2017-09-13)
Buckling restrained braced frames (BRBFs) can be used as a lateral load resisting system in seismic regions. A typical buckling restrained brace (BRB) is composed of a core segment, debonding material and a buckling restraining mechanism (BRM). The cross‐section of the core segment can be changed along the length to constrain yielding in a limited domain. Most of the BRBs utilize a rectangular core segment which is reduced in width throughout yielding length. The gradual reduction in the width of the core s...
A Study on particle filter based audio-visual face tracking on the AV16.3 dataset
Yılmaz, Yunus Emre; Saranlı, Afşar; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2016)
People tracking has received considerable attention as a research field recently. Since, there are a wide range of application areas that requires to track single or multi target people in different environments with various scenarios using a variety of sensors. In this kind of tracking scenarios, usage of audio and visual information together is commonly preferred method, because these cues are mostly exist in the tracking environment and they contain complementary information about the targets. Our work f...
An Experimental Comparison of Messaging Protocols MQTT and COAP
Çoban, Hasan Faruk; Betin Can, Aysu; Department of Information Systems (2017)
As the attention towards to Internet of Things (IoT) increases recently, the need for the infrastructure that carries the communication between nodes, which have limited resources, also increases. The network beneath applications has direct effect on resilience of IoT environments. Due to the advances on mobile devices in terms of more powerful hardware, developers focused on mobile applications. However, solid network structures are needed for these applications. To match these needs several protocols are ...
An Analysis on the Effect of Skip Connections in Fully Convolutional Networks for License Plate Localization
Uzun, Engin; Akagündüz, Erdem (2019-01-01)
In this study, the effect of the skip connections, which are seen in fully convolutional networks, on object localization is analyzed. For this purpose, a local data set for plate detection is created. Experiments are carried out using this data set. Due to the small size of the image set, data augmentation method is used to overcome the danger of over-fitting. The learning rates of the first layers are frozen for analysis and fine-tuning is applied to only the last layer and deconvolution layers. The resul...
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A. Üstün and D. Zeyrek Bozşahin, “An Experiment on Sentence Alignments in TED- MDB,” 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: