Informational technologies their effects and position of Türkiye towards these technologies and their effects

Dede, Okan Murat


Information-centric sensor networks for cognitive IoT: an overview
Al-Turjman, Fadi M. (2017-02-01)
Information-centric sensor networks (ICSNs) are a paradigm of wireless sensor networks that focus on delivering information from the network based on user requirements, rather than serving as a point-to-point data communication network. Introducing learning in such networks can help to dynamically identify good data delivery paths by correlating past actions and results, make intelligent adaptations to improve the network lifetime, and also improve the quality of information delivered by the network to the ...
Information technology, workplace organization and demand for new kinds of skill
Gürsoy, Serkan; Erdil, Erkan; Department of Science and Technology Policy Studies (2003)
This study examines the relations among information technology (IT), workplace organization and the demand for skilled labor. Recently, demand for skilled labor has relatively increased. One of the causes of this great increase is skill- biased technical change. Firms that are intensive users of IT tend to adopt a complementary set of organizational practices that include: decentralization of decision authority and a greater reliance on skill arid human capital. I have explored the affects of IT on skill an...
Information systems success and expectations for information technology investment: case study
Güvence, Çağrı Işık; Bilgen, Semih; Department of Information Systems (2005)
In this thesis, information systems success measurement practices and expectations for information technology investments of four companies in Turkey are examined. The aim of this study is to understand the information systems success measurement practices of the studied companies and the relation between the expectations for IT investment and IS success of these companies in Turkey.
Information Producers and Valuation: Evidence from Real Estate Markets
Downs, David H.; Güner, Zehra Nuray (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2012-01-01)
This paper examines valuation and its relation to information production by licensed appraisers across real estate markets. The testable implications are discussed for either a peer monitoring or a crowding out effect in the data. The empirical model is estimated with data for all 50 US states and DC covering the sample period from 1999 to 2008. While analysis is primarily cross-sectional and not causal, the evidence is consistent with theory stating that the minimum quality associated with residential lice...
Information-based economy and e-government: transformation in the public administration
Terzi, Mahir; Üstüner, Mustafa Yılmaz; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2006)
أInformation-Based Economyؤ, which is today̕s economy that is a proof and indicator of development level for the countries now on, comes on the scene with its new organizing model on the infrastructure of its own, which is called أInformation Societyؤ. The phenomenon of administration introduces to أe-Governmentؤ for reinforcing the roots of أInformation-Based Economyؤ now. The objective of this study is to research the transformation of state, authoritarian and dominant power, that أInformation-Based Econo...
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O. M. Dede, “Informational technologies their effects and position of Türkiye towards these technologies and their effects,” Middle East Technical University, 1994.