Biyah/Biraha Emotions in a Rite of Passage



BIM-CAREM: a reference model for building information modelling capability assessment
Yılmaz, Gökçen; Akçamete Güngör, Aslı; Department of Information Systems (2017)
Building Information Modelling (BIM) has been implemented by various Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Facilities Management (AEC/FM) firms in various countries due to inefficiencies in traditional construction project management practices. AEC/FM organization require to gauge the effectiveness of their BIM implementations for measuring their performance and enabling continuous improvement in BIM usage. Therefore, various BIM capability and maturity models are developed to help organizations achie...
BILSAT-1: Power system sizing and design
Orlu, U; Yuksel, G; Gomes, L; Hall, K (2003-11-22)
BILSAT-1(1) is a 129 kg enhanced microsatellite developed by SSTL with TUBITAK-BILTEN engineers as part of a technology transfer programme. The main objective of the mission is remote sensing. The multispectral imager of the satellite has a 26-metre ground sampling distance at 686 km altitude giving a swath width of 55 km and the panchromatic imager of the satellite with 12-metre ground sampling distance gives a 25 km swath width. The satellite has off-axis pointing capability, provided by the ADCS systems,...
Rumour propagation: an operational research approach by computational and information theory
Guerbuez, Burcu; Mawengkang, Herman; Husein, Ismail; Weber, Gerhard Wilhelm (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2021-01-01)
Rumours are a kind of information that has a impact on social life and economies, which spread quickly and widely, especially, via internet. Recently, the spread of information affects our daily lives due to the increasing number of social media users. Rumours are defined in social areas which are delivered by gossips, fake news, marketing, social media all the way even to revolutions. In this paper, we study the dynamics of a rumour propagation model with a numerical approach. By using an algorithmic techn...
Akyaka after 25 years: spatial and conceptual re-readings in architectural discourse
Batırbek, Canay; Cengizkan, Ali; Department of Architecture (2010)
In this study, it is aimed to explore Akyaka’s self-generated practice and its route of progress with the definitions of place. As the ignorance of Akyaka -as an unconventional body characterized with Nail Çakırhan’s Aga Khan Award winner traditional type of house in 1983- by the conventional architectural discourse prevents learning from it. Therefore, the research will focus on Akyaka’s distinctive story which is taking its references from a place and producing the place of its own, out of the boundaries ...
BIM based Multi Objective Building Life Cycle Energy Performance Evaluation Using Particle Swarm Optimization
Altun, Murat; Akçamete Güngör, Aslı (2015-11-02)
Building energy performance evaluation is a multi-objective problem that plays crucial role in reducing environmental effects and energy costs, especially for energy importing countries to minimize its adverse effect on politics and economy. Moreover, two-fifth of world energy consumption and thirty percent of CO2 emission belong to buildings and services. Building energy performance is estimated by steady state and dynamic energy calculation methods whereas dynamic simulation performs more accurate results...
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S. T. Jassal, Biyah/Biraha Emotions in a Rite of Passage. 2012.