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    • Attributed relational graphs for cell nucleus segmentation in fluorescence microscopy images 

      Arslan, S.; Ersahin, T.; Cetin-Atalay, R.; Gunduz-Demir, C. (IEEE, 2013)
      More rapid and accurate high-throughput screening in molecular cellular biology research has become possible with the development of automated microscopy imaging, for which cell nucleus segmentation commonly constitutes ...
    • Current constrained voltage scaled reconstruction (CCVSR) algorithm for MR-EIT and its performance with different probing current patterns 

      Birgül, Ö.; Eyüboğlu, B. M.; İder, Y. Z. (Institute of Physics Publishing, 2003)
      Conventional injected-current electrical impedance tomography (EIT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques can be combined to reconstruct high resolution true conductivity images. The magnetic flux density ...
    • Data mining experiments on the Angiotensin II-Antagonist in Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation (ANTIPAF-AFNET 2) trial: ‘exposing the invisible’ 

      Okutucu, S.; Katircioglu-Öztürk, D.; Oto, E.; Güvenir, H. A.; Karaagaoglu, E.; Oto, A.; Meinertz, T.; Goette, A. (Oxford University Press, 2016)
      Aims: The aims of this study include (i) pursuing data-mining experiments on the Angiotensin II-Antagonist in Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation (ANTIPAF-AFNET 2) trial dataset containing atrial fibrillation (AF) burden scores ...
    • FAME: Face Association through Model Evolution 

      Golge, E.; Duygulu P. (IEEE Computer Society, 2014)
      We attack the problem of building classifiers for public faces from web images collected through querying a name. The search results are very noisy even after face detection, with several irrelevant faces corresponding to ...
    • Fast and accurate mapping of complete genomics reads 

      Lee, D.; Hormozdiari, F.; Xin, H.; Hach, F.; Mutlu, O.; Alkan C. (Academic Press, 2015)
      Many recent advances in genomics and the expectations of personalized medicine are made possible thanks to power of high throughput sequencing (HTS) in sequencing large collections of human genomes. There are tens of ...
    • Performance evaluation of judgemental directional exchange rate predictions 

      Pollock, A. C.; Macaulay, A.; Thomson, M. E.; Önkal, D. (Elsevier, 2005)
      A procedure is proposed for examining different aspects of performance for judgemental directional probability predictions of exchange rate movements. In particular, a range of new predictive performance measures is ...
    • Radius of curvature estimation and localization of targets using multiple sonar sensors 

      Barshan, B.; Sekmen, A. S. (A I P Publishing LLC, 1999-04)
      Acoustic sensors have been widely used in time-of-flight ranging systems since they are inexpensive and convenient to use. One of the most important limitations of these sensors is their low angular resolution. To improve ...
    • Scaling forecasting algorithms using clustered modeling 

      Gür, İ.; Güvercin, M.; Ferhatosmanoglu, H. (Association for Computing Machinery, 2015)
      Research on forecasting has traditionally focused on building more accurate statistical models for a given time series. The models are mostly applied to limited data due to efficiency and scalability problems. However, ...
    • A study of localization metrics: evaluation of position errors in wireless sensor networks 

      Aksu, H.; Aksoy, D.; Korpeoglu, I. (Elsevier BV, 2011)
      For wireless sensor network applications that require location information for sensor nodes, locations of nodes can be estimated by a number of localization algorithms, which inevitably may introduce various types of errors ...
    • System for MR image-guided prostate interventions: Canine study 

      Susil, R. C.; Krieger, A.; Derbyshire, J. A.; Tanacs, A.; Whitcomb, L. L.; Fichtinger, G.; Atalar, E. (Radiological Society of North America, Inc.Radiological Society of North America, Inc., 2003)
      The purpose of this study was to demonstrate the use of a transrectal system that enables precise magnetic resonance (MR) image guidance and monitoring of prostate interventions. The system used a closed-bore 1.5-T MR ...
    • The systems biology graphical notation 

      Le Novère, N.; Hucka, M.; Mi, H.; Moodie, S.; Schreiber, F.; Sorokin, A.; Demir, E.; Wegner, K.; Aladjem, M. I.; Wimalaratne, S. M.; Bergman, F. T.; Gauges, R.; Ghazal, P.; Kawaji, H.; Li, L.; Matsuoka, Y.; Villéger, A.; Boyd, S. E.; Calzone, L.; Courtot, M.; Dogrusoz, U.; Freeman, T. C.; Funahashi, A.; Ghosh, S.; Jouraku, A.; Kim, S.; Kolpakov, F.; Luna, A.; Sahle, S.; Schmidt, E.; Watterson, S.; Wu, G.; Goryanin, I.; Kell, D. B.; Sander, C.; Sauro, H.; Snoep, J. L.; Kohn, K.; Kitano, H. (Nature Publishing Group, 2009-08)
      Circuit diagrams and Unified Modeling Language diagrams are just two examples of standard visual languages that help accelerate work by promoting regularity, removing ambiguity and enabling software tool support for ...
    • Unreliable narrator: memory, accuracy and function 

      Torun, Gülce (Bilkent University, 2019-06)
      If the past is in the past then, why cannot we just let it go? The answer is simple. We are obsessed with our past and it is always running alongside us. Moreover, we are inclined to think that what we remember is true ...