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    • Robotic cell scheduling with operational flexibility 

      Akturk, M. S.; Gultekin, H.; Karasan, O. E. (Elsevier, 2005)
      In this paper, we study the problem of two-machine, identical parts robotic cell scheduling with operational flexibility. We assume that every part to be processed has a number of operations to be completed in these two ...
    • Robotic cell scheduling with operational flexibility 

      Gültekin, Hakan (Bilkent University, 2002)
    • A robotic software for intelligent applications 

      Güzel, M.S.; Hinislioǧlu, Y. (2013)
      This study addresses the development of a novel intelligent robotic software system which can control a low-cost five DOF robotic arm and allows the robot to be able to play Tic-Tac-Toe, a simple board game. The paper first ...
    • Robotic task planning using a backchaining theorem prover for multiplicative exponential first-order linear logic 

      Kortik, Sitar; Saranlı, U. (Springer, 2019)
      In this paper, we propose an exponential multiplicative fragment of linear logic to encode and solve planning problems efficiently in STRIPS domain, that we call the Linear Planning Logic (LPL). Linear logic is a resource ...
    • Robust adaptive algorithms for underwater acoustic channel estimation and their performance analysis 

      Marivani, Iman (Bilkent University, 2017-10)
      We introduce a novel family of adaptive robust channel estimators for highly chal- lenging underwater acoustic (UWA) channels. Since the underwater environment is highly non-stationary and subjected to impulsive noise, ...
    • Robust adaptive algorithms for underwater acoustic channel estimation and their performance analysis 

      Kari, D.; Marivani, I.; Khan, F.; Sayin, M. O.; Kozat, S. S. (Elsevier Inc., 2017)
      We introduce a novel family of adaptive robust channel estimators for highly challenging underwater acoustic (UWA) channels. Since the underwater environment is highly non-stationary and subjected to impulsive noise, we ...
    • Robust adaptive filtering algorithms for impulsive noise environments 

      Aydin, Gül (Bilkent University, 1996)
      In this thesis, robust adaptive filtering algorithms are introduced for impulsive noise environments which can be modeled as o;-stable distributions and/or c-contarninated Gaussian distributions. The algorithms are ...
    • Robust adaptive filtering algorithms for α-stable random processes 

      Aydin, G.; Arıkan, Orhan; Çetin, A. Enis (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1999-02)
      A new class of algorithms based on the fractional lower order statistics is proposed for finite-impulse response adaptive filtering in the presence of α-stable processes. It is shown that the normalized least mean p-norm ...
    • Robust adaptive posicast controller 

      Yıldız, Yıldıray; Annaswamy, A. (IFAC, 2015)
      Adaptive Posicast Controller that is robust to delay-mismatch is introduced in this paper. Inspired from a recent result on guaranteed delay margins in adaptive control, the original adaptive laws of the above mentioned ...
    • Robust adaptive sampled-data control of a class of systems under structured nonlinear perturbations 

      Ocah, O.; Sezer, M. E. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1997-04)
      A robust adaptive sampled-data feedback stabilization scheme is presented for a class of systems with nonlinear additive perturbations. The proposed controller generates a control input by using high-gain static or dynamic ...
    • Robust adaptive stabilization of a class of systems under structured nonlinear perturbations with application to interconnected systems 

      Wei, R.; Sezer, M. Erol; Ocalı, Ogan (Taylor & Francis, 1996)
      This paper presents a stabilization scheme for a dass of multi-input/multioutput systems with nonlinear additive perturbations using high-gain adaptive controllers The nominal system is assumed to satisfy some mild conditions ...
    • Robust airline scheduling with controllable cruise times and chance constraints 

      Duran, A. S.; Gürel, S.; Aktürk, M. Selim (Institute of Industrial Engineers, 2015)
      Robust airline schedules can be considered as flight schedules that are likely to minimize passenger delay. Airlines usually add an additional time—e.g., schedule padding—to scheduled gate-to-gate flight times to make their ...
    • Robust airline scheduling with controllable cruise times and chance constraints 

      Duran, Aslıgül Serasu (Bilkent University, 2012)
      This is a study on robust airline scheduling where flight block times are considered in two parts as cruise time and non-cruise time. Cruise times are controllable and non-cruise times are random variables. Cruise time ...
    • Robust airline scheduling with controllable cruise times and chance constraints 

      Duran, A. S.; Gürel, S.; Aktürk, M. S. (Taylor & Francis, 2015-01-02)
      Robust airline schedules can be considered as flight schedules that are likely to minimize passenger delay. Airlines usually add an additional time—e.g., schedule padding—to scheduled gate-to-gate flight times to make their ...
    • Robust antiwindup compensation for high-precision tracking of a piezoelectric nanostage 

      Liu, P.; Yan, P.; Zhang Z.; Özbay, Hitay (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2016)
      Ultrahigh-precision tracking in nanomanipulations poses major challenges for mechanical design as well as servo control, due to the general confliction between the precision requirement and large stroke tracking. The ...
    • A robust approach for the derivation of closed-form Green's functions 

      Aksun, M. I. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1996-05)
      Spatial-domain Green's functions for multilayer, planar geometries are cast into closed forms with two-level approximation of the spectral-domain representation of the Green's functions. This approach is very robust and ...
    • Robust auction design under multiple priors 

      Koçyiğit, Çağıl (Bilkent University, 2015)
      In optimal auction design literature, it is a common assumption that valuations of buyers are independently drawn from a unique distribution. In this thesis, we study auctions with ambiguity for an environment where ...
    • Robust auction design under multiple priors by linear and integer programming 

      Koçyiğit, Ç.; Bayrak, Halil İbrahim; Pınar, Mustafa Çelebi (Springer New York LLC, 2018)
      It is commonly assumed in the optimal auction design literature that valuations of buyers are independently drawn from a unique distribution. In this paper we study auctions under ambiguity, that is, in an environment where ...
    • A robust benchmark for detection of germline large deletions and insertions 

      Zook, J. M.; Hansen, N. F.; Olson, N. D.; Chapman, L.; Mullikin, J. C.; Xiao, C.; Sherry, S.; Koren, S.; Phillippy, A. M.; Boutros, P. C.; Sahraeian, S. M. E.; Huang, V.; Rouette, A.; Alexander, N.; Mason, C. E.; Hajirasouliha, I.; Ricketts, C.; Lee, J.; Tearle, R.; Fiddes, I. T.; Barrio, A. M.; Wala, J.; Carroll, A.; Ghaffari, N.; Rodriguez, O. L.; Bashir, A.; Jackman, S.; Farrell, J. J.; Wenger, A. M.; Alkan, Can; Söylev, A.; Schatz, M. C.; Garg, S.; Church, G.; Marschall, T.; Chen, K.; Fan, X.; English, A. C.; Rosenfeld, J. A.; Zhou, W.; Mills, R. E.; Sage, J. M.; Davis, J. R.; Kaiser, M. D.; Oliver, J. S.; Catalano, A. P.; Chaisson, M. J. P.; Spies, N.; Sedlazeck, F. J.; Salit, M. (Nature Research, 2020)
      New technologies and analysis methods are enabling genomic structural variants (SVs) to be detected with ever-increasing accuracy, resolution and comprehensiveness. To help translate these methods to routine research and ...
    • Robust bilateral trade with discrete types 

      Kargar, Kamyar; Bayrak, Halil İbrahim; Pınar, Mustafa Çelebi (Springer, 2018)
      Bilateral trade problem is the most common market interaction in which a seller and a buyer bargain over an indivisible object, and the valuation of each agent about the object is private information. We investigate the ...