Permanence and Endurance: A Re-reading of (A)tectonic



Entrainment by Chaos
Akhmet, Marat (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2014-06-01)
A new phenomenon, the entrainment of limit cycles by chaos, which results from the appearance of cyclic irregular behavior, is discussed. In this study, sensitivity is considered as the main ingredient of chaos to be captured, and the period-doubling cascade is chosen for extension. Theoretical results are supported by simulations and discussions regarding Chua's oscillators, entrainment of toroidal attractors by chaos, synchronization, and controlling problems. It is demonstrated that the entrainment canno...
Perpetuation of the gay male stereotype: a study on camping & closeting the gay male subculture in Hollinghurst's fiction
Ertin, Serkan; Birlik, Nurten; Department of English Literature (2011)
This study intends to analyse the terms camp and closet in Alan Hollinghurst’s fiction, since all four of his novels - The Swimming-Pool Library (1988), The Folding Star (1993), The Spell (1998), and The Line of Beauty (2004) - investigate the gay male experience throughout the late-twentieth century The point in analysing these terms in Hollinghurst’s work is to find out whether the author writes from the margin or in the centre to recreate the origin. Gay subjectivities are of great concern to this study,...
Circiling minevra: quest for nation
Can, Sedat; Bedirhanoğlu Toker, Pınar; Department of International Relations (2019)
This thesis tries to answer the question of how and why the concept of nation has become so powerful in politics and everyday life. The theoretical and conceptual problematization conducted to this end focuses on two important strands in the literature on nation and nationalism: Durkheimian ethno-symbolism and Weberian historical sociology. For, they are these two theoretical strands that help define two main arguably constitutive aspects of the concept of nation, namely culture and state respectively. Conc...
Permanence of nonautonomous ratio dependent predator prey systems with piecewise constant argument of generalized type
Akhmet, Marat; Xıaoyan, Lıu (2008-01-01)
In this paper, we investigate the dynamics of nonautonomous ratio-dependent predator-prey systems with piecewise constant argument of generalized type (PCAG) [3]. Sufficient conditions are established for some related qualitative properties such as positive invariance, permanence and non-persistence of the systems. Keywords. Piecewise constant argument of generalized type, predator-prey systems, ratio-dependent response, permanence, non-persistence. AMS (MOS) subject classification: 34A36, 34K12, 34K25.
Convivial urban spaces: the case of Sakarya street, Ankara
Murat Çolpa, Zeynep; Yetişkul Şenbil, Emine; Department of City and Regional Planning (2015)
This study focuses on the necessity of socio-spatial experiences of people which are gained from the streets as a public space that are subject to urban design approaches. Besides analysis of geographical, physical and administrative dimensions of the place, which are related to design and planning processes, it reveals the necessity of including the psychological effects of the place on people via their senses, in other words, the information gathered through experiences to design process. By this way, it ...
Citation Formats
S. Sarıca, “Permanence and Endurance: A Re-reading of (A)tectonic,” presented at the EAHN ANKARA THEMATIC CONFERENCE, Ankara, Türkiye, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: