An information system design for management of construction sites.

Ergin, Gülin


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Türetken, Oktay; Demirörs, Onur; Department of Information Systems (2007)
This thesis study proposes a method for organizations to perform business process modeling in a decentralized and concurrent manner. The Plural method is based on the idea that organizations’ processes can be modeled by individuals actually performing the processes. Instead of having a central and devoted group of people to understand, analyze, model and improve processes, individuals are held responsible to model and improve their own processes concurrently. These individual models are then integrated to f...
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An extensible framework for automated network attack signature generation
Kenar, Serkan; Eren, Pekin Erhan; Department of Information Systems (2009)
The effectiveness of misuse-based intrusion detection systems (IDS) are seriously broken, with the advance of threats in terms of speed and scale. Today worms, trojans, viruses and other threats can spread all around the globe in less than thirty minutes. In order to detect these emerging threats, signatures must be generated automatically and distributed to intrusion detection systems rapidly. There are studies on automatically generating signatures for worms and attacks. However, either these systems rely...
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Knowledge intensive applications require an intelligent environment, which can perform deductions in response to user queries or events that occur inside or outside of the applications. For that, we propose a fuzzy Petri net (FPN) model to represent knowledge and the behavior of an intelligent object-oriented database environment, which integrates fuzzy, active and deductive rules with database objects. The behavior of a system can be unpredictable due to the rules triggering or untriggering each other (non...
Citation Formats
G. Ergin, “An information system design for management of construction sites.,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 1992.