Lmmpar: a package for parallel programming in linear mixed models



LFM-Pro: a tool for detecting significant local structural sites in proteins
Sacan, Ahmet; Ozturk, Ozgur; Ferhatosmanoglu, Hakan; Wang, Yusu (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2007-03-15)
Motivation: The rapidly growing protein structure repositories have opened up new opportunities for discovery and analysis of functional and evolutionary relationships among proteins. Detecting conserved structural sites that are unique to a protein family is of great value in identification of functionally important atoms and residues. Currently available methods are computationally expensive and fail to detect biologically significant local features.
LMS and FXLMS algorithms applied to narrow band active noise cancelling applications
Türkay, Ali; Çiloğlu, Tolga; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (1999)
LRFMP model for customer segmentation in the grocery retail industry: a case study
Peker, Serhat; Koçyiğit, Altan; Eren, Pekin Erhan (2017-01-01)
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to propose a new RFM model called length, recency, frequency, monetary and periodicity (LRFMP) for classifying customers in the grocery retail industry; and to identify different customer segments in this industry based on the proposed model.
LM-OSL signals from some insulators: An analysis of the dependency of the detrapping probability on stimulation light intensity
Bulur, Enver; Murray, A.S. (2001-01-01)
Optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) signals from various insulators including quartz, Al2O3 : C, BeO and NaCl have been studied using the linear modulation OSL (LM-OSL) technique. LM-OSL is based on the linear increase of the stimulation light power from zero to a maximum during the measurement. The resultant OSL curve initially increases and then decays after reaching a maximum, The analysis of LM-OSL data usually assumes a linear relationship between the detrapping rate and the stimulation light inten...
LQG/LTR, H-infinity and Mu robust controllers design for line of sight stabilization
Baskın, Mehmet; Leblebicioğlu, Mehmet Kemal; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2015)
Line of sight stabilization against various disturbances is an essential property of gimbaled vision systems mounted on mobile platforms. As the vision systems are designed to function at longer operating ranges with relatively narrow field of views, the expectations from stabilization loops have increased in recent years. In order to design a good stabilization loop, high gain compensation is required. While satisfying high loop gains for disturbance attenuation, it is also required to satisfy sufficient l...
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F. Gökalp Yavuz, “Lmmpar: a package for parallel programming in linear mixed models,” 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/81014.