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    • ACMICS: an agent communication model for interacting crowd simulation 

      Kullu, K.; Güdükbay U.; Manocha, D. (Springer, 2017)
      Behavioral plausibility is one of the major aims of crowd simulation research. We present a novel approach that simulates communication between the agents and assess its influence on overall crowd behavior. Our formulation ...
    • Creating crowd variation with the OCEAN personality model 

      Durupinar F.; Allbeck J.; Pelechano, N.; Badler, N. (International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (IFAAMAS), 2008)
      Most current crowd simulators animate homogeneous crowds, but include underlying parameters that can be tuned to create variations within the crowd. These parameters, however, are specific to the crowd models and may be ...
    • Effects of color pairs on warmth perception in interiors 

      Ulusoy, B.; Olguntürk, N. (Society for Imaging Science and Technology, 2016-09)
      Warmth perception is a physical, emotional, semantic, and sensorial bond between people and their environments. Although the effects of single colors have been explored, there has been no research on how paired colors ...
    • An experimental study on speech interference in public leisure spaces 

      Yilmazer, Semiha; Gezginer, Pelin Meriç (Institute of Noise Control Engineering, 2010)
      Physical comfort requirements of users in the non-acoustical spaces, leisure space, and usability of the space in long-term period should be taken into consideration in terms of sustainability of the space. The aim of this ...
    • Flexible test-bed for unusual behavior detection 

      Petrás I.; Beleznai, C.; Dedeolu, Y.; Pards, M.; Kovács L.; Szlávik, Z.; Havasi L.; Szirányi, T.; Töreyin, B.U.; Güdükbay, U.; Çetin, A.E.; Canton-Ferrer, C. (2007)
      Visual surveillance and activity analysis is an active research field of computer vision. As a result, there are several different algorithms produced for this purpose. To obtain more robust systems it is desirable to ...
    • A game theoretical modeling and simulation framework for the integration of unmanned aircraft systems in to the national airspace 

      Musavi N.; Tekelioglu K.B.; Yildiz Y.; Gunes K.; Onural D. (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Inc, AIAA, 2016)
      The focus of this paper is to present a game theoretical modeling and simulation frame- work for the integration of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) into the National Airspace system (NAS). The problem of predicting the ...
    • Human activity recognition using inertial/magnetic sensor units 

      Altun, K.; Barshan, B. (2010)
      This paper provides a comparative study on the different techniques of classifying human activities that are performed using body-worn miniature inertial and magnetic sensors. The classification techniques implemented and ...
    • Psychological parameters for crowd simulation: from audiences to mobs 

      Durupınar, F.; Güdükbay U.; Aman, A.; Badler, N. I. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2016)
      In the social psychology literature, crowds are classified as audiences and mobs. Audiences are passive crowds, whereas mobs are active crowds with emotional, irrational and seemingly homogeneous behavior. In this study, ...
    • Sound absorption coefficient changes of acoustical plates made of expanded perlite in moist environment 

      Yilmazer, S. (WITPress, 2003)
      Expanded perlite is a porous, lightweight, fire resistant and moisture retaining material with sound and thermal insulation properties. In this research, acoustical behaviour of plates made of expanded perlite was studied ...
    • Ultrashort pulse formation and evolution in mode-locked fiber lasers 

      Baumgartl, M.; Ortaç, B.; Schreiber, T.; Limpert J.; Tünnermann, A. (2011)
      Passive mode-locking in fiber lasers is investigated by numerical and experimental means. A non-distributed scalar model solving the nonlinear Schrödinger equation is implemented to study the starting behavior and intra-cavity ...
    • Values and risk perceptions: a cross-cultural examination 

      Kaptan, G.; Shiloh, S.; Önkal, D. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2013)
      This article examines the relationship between values and risk perceptions regarding terror attacks. The participants in the study are university students from Turkey (n = 536) and Israel (n = 298). Schwartz value theory ...