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    • Activity analysis for assistive systems 

      İşcen, Ahmet (Bilkent University, 2014)
      Although understanding and analyzing human actions is a popular research topic in computer vision, most of the research has focused on recognizing ”ordinary” actions, such as walking and jumping. Extending these methods ...
    • Alteration of self-assembled patterns by microorganisms in evaporating droplets 

      Andaç, Tuğba (Bilkent University, 2016-08)
      The science of self-organization comprises a diverse range of processes where a disordered system of components form ordered pattern or structure spontaneously without any external instruction [1]. Plentiful examples of ...
    • Searching for complex human activities with no visual examples 

      Ikizler, N.; Forsyth, D.A. (2008)
      We describe a method of representing human activities that allows a collection of motions to be queried without examples, using a simple and effective query language. Our approach is based on units of activity at segments ...
    • Serum adenosine deaminase levels in patients with brucellosis and in healthy subjects 

      Cesur, S.; Sunguroǧlu, K.; Ahmed, K.; Tezeren, D.; Keseci, N.O.; Aksaray, S. (2004)
      The aim of this study was to determine the serum adenosine deaminase (ADA) levels in patients with brucellosis and compare them with the results of healthy individuals. Forty-eight subject were enrolled in this study : 34 ...