Representing Itself: METU Lodgings 5 Documented

International Association of Aesthetics


Representing the nondominated set in multi-objective mixed-integer programs
Doğan, Ilgın; Lokman, Banu; Köksalan, Murat (2021-01-01)
In this paper, we consider generating a representative subset of nondominated points at a prespecified precision in multi-objective mixed-integer programs (MOMIPs). The number of nondominated points grows exponentially with problem size and finding all nondominated points is typically hard in MOMIPs. Representing the nondominated set with a small subset of nondominated points is important for a decision maker to get an understanding of the layout of solutions. The shape and density of the nondominated point...
Reflecting peacebuilding in practice: United Nations transitional administrations
Utsukarçi, Şefkat; Bağcı, Hüseyin; Department of International Relations (2008)
The main aim of this dissertation is to analyze the idea and practice of handing over the administration of a territory to the United Nations on a temporary basis in response to manage and settle the consequences of a dispute concerning the future status of that territory. The United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) and the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET) are novel examples in this respect since they present both the opportunities offered and the cha...
Representing Design Related Activities towards a Common Understanding of the Design Process
Börekçi, Naz Ayşe Güzide Z. (null; 2003-09-25)
Representing and Remembering War: Ottoman Art of the First World War
Tongo Overfield Shaw, Gizem (2018-11-07)
Displaying cultural heritage, defining collective identity: museums from the late Ottoman Empire to the early Turkish Republic
Gürol Öngören, Pelin; Altan, Tomris Elvan; Department of History (2012)
As the powerful visual instruments of modernity, museums have been formulated in multiple narratives under the impact of political ideologies in the modern world. The study aims to analyze the museums of different socio-political contexts of the late Ottoman Empire and the early Turkish Republic comparatively by examining to what extent their buildings, collections, and displaying methods were utilized in the formation of collective identities as part of contemporary imperialist, nationalist, and modernist ...
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A. Savaş Sargın, “Representing Itself: METU Lodgings 5 Documented,” International Association of Aesthetics, pp. 3–6, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: