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    • Improving the performance of similarity joins using graphics processing unit 

      Korkmaz, Zeynep (Bilkent University, 2012)
      The similarity join is an important operation in data mining and it is used in many applications from varying domains. A similarity join operator takes one or two sets of data points and outputs pairs of points whose ...
    • Massively parallel mapping of next generation sequence reads using GPU 

      Korkmaz, Mustafa (Bilkent University, 2012)
      The high throughput sequencing (HTS) methods have already started to fundamentally revolutionize the area of genome research through low-cost and highthroughput genome sequencing. However, the sheer size of data imposes ...
    • Particle based modeling and simulation of natural phenomena 

      Bayraktar, Serkan (Bilkent University, 2010)
      This thesis is about modeling and simulation of fluids and cloth-like deformable objects by the physically-based simulation paradigm. Simulated objects are modeled with particles and their interaction with each other and ...
    • Read mapping methods optimized for multiple GPGPU 

      Nouri, Azita (Bilkent University, 2016-09)
      DNA sequence alignment problem can be broadly defined as the character-level comparison of DNA sequences obtained from one or more samples against a database of reference (i.e., consensus) genome sequence of the same or a ...
    • Realistic modeling of spectator behavior for soccer videogames with CUDA 

      Ylmaz, E.; Molla, E.; Yıldız, C.; İşler V. (2011)
      Soccer has always been one of the most popular videogame genres. When designing a soccer game, designers tend to focus on the game field and game play due to the limited computational resources, and thus the modelling of ...
    • Simulation of a flowing snow avalanche using molecular dynamics 

      Güçer, D.; Özgüç H. B. (Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey - TUBITAK, 2014)
      This paper presents an approach for the modeling and simulation of a flowing snow avalanche, which is formed of dry and liquefied snow that slides down a slope, using molecular dynamics and the discrete element method. A ...
    • Simulation of a flowing snow avalanche using molecular dynamics 

      Güçer, Denizhan (Bilkent University, 2010)
      This thesis presents an approach for modeling and simulation of a flowing snow avalanche, which is formed of dry and liquefied snow that slides down a slope, by using molecular dynamics and discrete element method. A ...