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    • Fire detection and 3D fire propagation estimation for the protection of cultural heritage areas 

      Dimitropoulos, K.; Köse, Kıvanç; Grammalidis, N.; Çetin, A. Enis (Copernicus GmbH, 2010)
      Beyond taking precautionary measures to avoid a forest fire, early warning and immediate response to a fire breakout are the only ways to avoid great losses and environmental and cultural heritage damages. To this end, ...
    • Implantable microelectromechanical sensors for diagnostic monitoring and post-surgical prediction of bone fracture healing 

      McGilvray, K. C.; Ünal, E.; Troyer, K. L.; Santoni, B. G.; Palmer, R. H.; Easley, J. T.; Demir, H. V.; Puttlitz, C. M. (John Wiley and Sons Inc., 2015)
      The relationship between modern clinical diagnostic data, such as from radiographs or computed tomography, and the temporal biomechanical integrity of bone fracture healing has not been well-established. A diagnostic tool ...
    • Keyframe labeling technique for surveillance event classification 

      Şaykol, E.; Baştan M.; Güdükbay U.; Ulusoy, Ö. (S P I E - International Society for Optical Engineering, 2010)
      The huge amount of video data generated by surveillance systems necessitates the use of automatic tools for their efficient analysis, indexing, and retrieval. Automated access to the semantic content of surveillance videos ...
    • Monitoring progress toward fulfilling rights in early childhood under the convention on the rights of the child to improve outcomes for children and families 

      Hertzman, C.; Vaghri, Z.; Arkadas-Thibert, A. (Oxford University Press, 2013)
      Can the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UN-CRC), to which 193 countries are signatory, be used as a tool to support developmental health in the early years? Improving early childhood development (ECD) ...
    • A multi-sensor network for the protection of cultural heritage 

      Grammalidis, N.; Çetin, A. Enis; Dimitropoulos, K.; Tsalakanidou F.; Köse, Kıvanç; Günay, Osman; Gouverneur, B.; Torri, D.; Kuruoglu, E.; Tozzi, S.; Benazza, A.; Chaabane F.; Kosucu, B.; Ersoy, C. (IEEE, 2011)
      The paper presents a novel automatic early warning system to remotely monitor areas of archaeological and cultural interest from the risk of fire. Since these areas have been treasured and tended for very long periods of ...
    • Sensors in assisted living: a survey of signal and image processing methods 

      Erden, F.; Velipasalar, S.; Alkar, A. Z.; Cetin, A. E. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2016-03)
      Our society will face a notable demographic shift in the near future. According to a United Nations report, the ratio of the elderly population (aged 60 years or older) to the overall population increased from 9.2% in 1990 ...
    • SLIM: A scalable location-sensitive information monitoring service 

      Bamba, B.; Wu, K.-L.; Gedik, Buğra; Liu L. (IEEE, 2013)
      Location-sensitive information monitoring services are a centerpiece of the technology for disseminating content-rich information from massive data streams to mobile users. The key challenges for such monitoring services ...
    • What do depositors know about risk? 

      Caner, S.; Özyıldırım, S.; Ungan, A. E. (Izdatel'skii Dom Natsional'nogo Issledovatel'skogo Universiteta "Vysshaya Shkola Ekonomiki", 2013)
      The limited success of bank supervision can be better understood by taking into consideration the country conditions and market-based measures that are effective in constraining bank risk. In the case of Russian Federation ...