Images Objects and Social Identity During the Neolithic of Northern Mesopotamia A Long Term View c 10000 5500



Images and Objects Discourses of Identity and Politics of Power in the Neolithic
Atakuman, Çiğdem (null; 2014-09-30)
Image-based construction of building energy models using computer vision
Gürsel Dino, İpek; Iseri, Orcun Koral; Akin, Sahin; Kalfaoglu, Esat; Erdogan, Bilge; Kalkan, Sinan; Alatan, Abdullah Aydın (Elsevier BV, 2020-08-01)
Improving existing buildings' energy performance requires energy models that accurately represent the building. Computer vision methods, particularly image-based 3D reconstruction, can effectively support the creation of 3D building models. In this paper, we present an image-based 3D reconstruction pipeline that supports the semi-automated modeling of existing buildings. We developed two methods for the robust estimation of the building planes from a 3D point cloud that (i) independently estimate each plane...
Symbolic Place Making and the Emergence of Sedentism in the Early Neolithic of South East Anatolia A review of evidence and a New Interpretive Framework
Atakuman, Çiğdem (null; 2014-03-01)
Symbol space and meaning in hittite architecture
Onurlu, Sema; Güven, Suna Naziyet; Department of History of Architecture (2004)
The importance of the Hittites derives from the fact that they were an organized central power extending over a large territory within which a number of societies maintained their language, culture and traditions. The archaeological findings of Hattusha, the Hittite capital reveal that the city had reached its maximum limits during the Great Kingdom period and the most magnificient and monumental buildings of the city are dated to this period. Yazilikaya, the open air sanctuary which reached to its final fo...
Visual performance and fatigue of female workers in textile industry
Bendak, Salah-Eddine; Çilingir, Canan; Department of Industrial Engineering (1989)
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