A comparative study on three major views of state power in international relations.

Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat


A comparative study of the press laws of 1909 and 1931
Güçtürk, Yavuz; Ergut, Ferdan; Department of History (2005)
In this thesis the press laws of 1909 and 1931 are analyzed and compared. Before the comparative examination of the press laws, the emergence and development of press in the Ottoman Empire in the nineteenth century, including the related legal arrangements, is given within an historical framework. This thesis aims to introduce the similarities and differences between the first and only press law of the Ottoman Empire and the first one of the Turkish Republic by examining them in detail. It is argued that th...
A study on symbol synchronization and channel estimation for m-ary orthogonal transmission
Karagözlü, Eren; Tanık, Yalçın; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2011)
In this thesis, two key issues regarding M-ary orthogonal signaling systems, namely channel estimation and symbol timing recovery are investigated. Kasami codes, which are also called quasi orthogonal codes, are used for transmission of the information in place of orthogonal waveforms. In order to achieve symbol synchronization, a timing recovery scheme based on the Maximum Likelihood (ML) estimation of timing offset is proposed and the effects of proposed structure over the receiver performance are examine...
A Re-assessment of the world society conceptualization
Tepeciklioğlu, Ali Onur; Yurdusev, Ahmet Nuri; Department of International Relations (2016)
This dissertation argues that non-state actors were more apparent, and relatedly, more capable of controlling and transforming the international relations in the pre-modern period than they are in the modern. The role of non-state actors is dramatically limited in the modern international society because of the nation-state, the most centralized and penetrating polity that humankind have ever established. The organizing principles of the pre-modern international relations were more suitable for non-state ac...
A Study of the day-ahead energy market auctions from a multi-objective perspective
Ceyhan, Gökhan; Lokman, Banu; Department of Industrial Engineering (2020)
In this study, we develop approaches for the market clearing problem in European day-ahead electricity markets. We first present the surplus maximization problem and extend it with pricing constraints that limit market loss or missed surplus associated with paradoxically accepted and rejected bids. We develop a Benders decomposition algorithm with price-based Benders infeasibility cuts to solve the problem. Our algorithm outperforms the state-of-the-art Benders decomposition algorithms and the primal-dual a...
A comparative analysis of the debates on democratization in the 1970s and 1980s
Turan, Nurcan; Yalman, Osman Galip; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2003)
In this study, it is aimed to analyse the approaches to democratisation and transition to democracy in the Third World that have occurred since the beginning of the 1980s. In order to get insights about the distinctive features of theories of democratisation on the Third World, the past debates of the 1970s and 1980s have been analysed in their historical contexts. The theories have been compared on the basis of two themes: relationship between the level of development and democracy, and state-society relat...
Citation Formats
O. F. Tanrısever, “A comparative study on three major views of state power in international relations.,” Middle East Technical University, 1992.