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    • An analytical solution to the stance dynamics of passive spring-loaded inverted pendulum with damping 

      Ankaralı, M. M.; Arslan, Ömür; Saranlı, Uluç (World Scientific, 2009-09)
      The Spring-Loaded Inverted Pendulum (SLIP) model has been established both as a very accurate descriptive tool as well as a good basis for the design and control of running robots. In particular, approximate analytic ...
    • Automated web services composition with the event calculus 

      Aydın, Onur; Kesim-Çiçekli, Nihan; Çiçekli, İlyas (Springer, 2007-10)
      As the web services proliferate and complicate it is becoming an overwhelming job to manually prepare the web service compositions which describe the communication and integration between web services. This paper analyzes ...
    • Dynamic dispatching algorithm for scheduling machines and automated guided vehicles in a flexible manufacturing system 

      Sabuncuoglu, Ihsan; Hommertzheim, D. L. (Taylor & Francis, 1992)
      In this paper, an on-line dispatching algorithm is proposed for the FMS scheduling problem. The algorithm uses various priority schemes and relevant information concerning the load of the system and the status of jobs in ...
    • Effects of monetary policy on the long memory in interest rates: Evidence from an emerging market 

      Sensoy, A. (Elsevier, 2013)
      We study the presence of long memory in a variety of interest rates in Turkey by time-varying generalized Hurst exponent. We reveal that adopting inflation targeting cause a sudden and considerable decrease in the long ...
    • Fast ray tracing 3D models 

      İşler, Veysi; Özgüç, Bülent (1991)
      In many computer graphics applications such as CAD, realistic displays have very important and positive effects on the users of the system. There are several techniques to generate realistic images with the computer. Ray ...
    • Generalized scaling reductions and Painlevé hierarchies 

      Gordoa, P. R.; Muğan, U.; Pickering, A. (Elsevier, 2013)
      We give an alternative derivation of two Painlevé hierarchies. This is done by constructing generalized scaling reductions of the Korteweg-de Vries and dispersive water wave hierarchies. We also construct a generalized ...
    • Issues in commonsense set theory 

      Pakkan, M.; Akman, V. (Springer/Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1994)
      The success of set theory as a foundation for mathematics inspires its use in artificial intelligence, particularly in commonsense reasoning. In this survey, we briefly review classical set theory from an AI perspective, ...
    • Multi-dimensional state smoothing in the presence of non-linear interference 

      Demirbas, K. (Taylor & Francis, 1989)
      Component-by-component state smoothing is discussed for multi-dimensional dynamic systems with non-linear random interference such as jamming. Each component of the observation model is a non-linear function of only one ...
    • A Note on Robust Stability Bounds 

      Sezer, M. E.; Siuak, D. D. (IEEE, 1989)
      The purpose of this note is to comment on stability robustness bounds for linear systems with multiple uncertain parameters, which were obtained via Lyapunov functions. Simple examples are used to illustrate the effects ...
    • Representing objects as rays, or how to pile up an octree? 

      Akman, V.; Franklin, Wm. R. (Elsevier, 1989)
      Quadtrees, octrees, and in general k-trees have established themselves as useful hierarchical data structures in computer graphics, image processing, and solid modeling. A fundamental operation in a system based on k-trees ...
    • Set of open-loop block-diagonalizers of transfer matrices 

      Özgüler, A. B.; Eldem, V. (Taylor & Francis, 1989)
      The set of open-loop (right) block-diagonalizers of a given p x m transfer matrix 2, with specified block sizes, is studied. A characterization of this set is obtained in terms of a 'maximal' open-loop block-diagonalizer ...