Excess Production Rising Prices and Declining Affordability: Turkish Housing Experience



Aggregate production planning and material requirements planning systems design for an electronics company
Türeç, Ayşe; Kırca, Ömer; Department of Electrical Engineering (1991)
Peak-aware traffic prediction with deep learning models and a driver simulation method with probabilistic hybrid automaton
Acun, Fatih; Aydın Göl, Ebru; Kalkan, Sinan; Department of Computer Engineering (2022-8)
Accurately predicting traffic is crucial due to its impact on urban life in many aspects. Several statistical methods, machine learning, and deep learning approaches are applied to different traffic datasets. In general, traffic follows a stable behavior except for the morning and evening peaks which span a small period in time. To consider a prediction model to be accurate, it must demonstrate successful results during peak hours. In this thesis, a novel distance to mean weighting technique is presented th...
Excessive settlements and failure of two embankments caused by degradation of soft rockfill
Erol, O; Ozkeskin, A (2001-08-31)
The construction of two 40m high embankments on Izmir-Cesme Motorway was completed in 1992. 20m high-reinforced earth walls supported the downstream slopes of the embankments. Highly weathered clayey schists excavated from adjacent cuts were used in the construction of both the embankments and reinforced earth walls. Continuous vertical deformations were observed on the embankments that reached to 70cm in 1998. Lateral displacements at the crest of walls were in excess of 60cm. These magnitudes of deformati...
Displaced memories, or the architecture of forgetting and remembrance
Sargın, Güven Arif (SAGE Publications, 2004-10-01)
Under the political pressure of Turkey's Modernity Project Ankara's urban-planning processes and its monuments have always been utilized as significant tools of architectural displacement in the expedience of utopias, both socially and spatially. Urban-scale operations since the 1950s, a significant conservative breakthrough as a result of global liberalism and populism, however, have overwhelmed the secular state's organized forgetting, and have increasingly demobilized the capital city's modernist collect...
Residual Shear Strength Measured by Laboratory Tests and Mobilized in Landslides
Mesri, Gholamreza; Huvaj Sarıhan, Nejan (American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), 2012-05-01)
Drained residual shear strength measured by multiple reversal direct shear or ring shear tests has been successfully used for over four decades for stability analyses of reactivated landslides in stiff clays and clay shales; A body of literature has accumulated in recent decades, claiming that "healing" or "strength regain" is realized in time on preexisting slip surfaces already at residual condition. In other words, the shear stress required to reactivate a landslide is claimed to be larger than the drain...
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Ö. B. Özdemir Sarı, “Excess Production Rising Prices and Declining Affordability: Turkish Housing Experience,” Liverpool, England, 2016, p. 162, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: http://architecturemps.com/liverpool-2016/.