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    • A critical analysis of sunlight patches in patient rooms via simulation 

      Tanrıöver, S.; Düzgüneş, A.; Yilmazer, S. (Taylor & Francis, 2008)
      Recent research on patient recovery has indicated significant improvement in the conditions of patients treated in sunny rooms compared to those treated in shaded rooms. In this study, the amount of sunlight received in ...
    • Diagnosing organizational culture 

      Karalar, Canan (Bilkent University, 1997)
      In today’s dynamic business environment concepts like organizational development, restructuring, and change management has become the most popular subjects. Although it has begun to loose some of its popularity, organizational ...
    • Interlocking shish-kebab morphology in polybutene-1 

      Kalay, G.; Kalay, C. R. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2002)
      The aim of this research was to explore the effect of shear-controlled orientation injection molding (SCORIM) on polybutene-1 (PB-1). This article describes the methods and processing conditions used for injection molding ...
    • Silicon nanowire network metal-semiconductor-metal photodetectors 

      Mulazimoglu, E.; Coskun, S.; Gunoven, M.; Butun, B.; Ozbay, E.; Turan, R.; Unalan, H. E. (AIP Publishing LLC., 2013-08-23)
      We report on the fabrication and characterization of solution-processed, highly flexible, silicon nanowire network based metal-semiconductor-metal photodetectors. Both the active part of the device and the electrodes are ...
    • Spatial factors affecting wayfinding and orientation: A case study in a shopping mall 

      Dogu, U.; Erkip, F. (SAGE, 2000)
      Although wayfinding and orientation in complex buildings is an important criterion for environmental behavior, research on the subject remains limited and the issue is not considered sufficiently during the design process. ...
    • What crowding can tell us about object representations 

      Manassi, M.; Lonchampt, S.; Clarke, A.; Herzog, M. H. (Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Inc., 2016)
      In crowding, perception of a target usually deteriorates when flanking elements are presented next to the target. Surprisingly, adding further flankers can lead to a release from crowding. In previous work we showed that, ...