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    • Detecting regular plantation areas in satellite images 

      Yalniz I.Z.; Aksoy, S. (2009)
      Detecting, segmenting and classifying agricultural fields in remote sensing images enable advanced planning of the land use economically. As most human structures, plants are cultivated in some order in orchards or farms. ...
    • Developing and modelling of satellite docking algorithm 

      Erdem, Y.; Uyar, A. M. N.; Soydan, M. C.; Harmankaya, M. S.; Alan, F.; Akbulut, B. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2017)
      In this study, a stereovision sensor system hardware and an algorithm are developed to be utilized in autonomous satellite rendezvous applications. A two dimensional representative environment is also being developed ...
    • Estimation of 3D electron density in the Ionosphere by using fusion of GPS satellite-receiver network measurements and IRI-Plas model 

      Tuna H.; Arikan, O.; Arikan F.; Gulyaeva, T. (2013)
      GPS systems can give a good approximation of the Slant Total Electron Content in a cylindrical path between the GPS satellite and the receiver. International Reference Ionosphere extended to Plasmasphere (IRI-Plas) model ...
    • GPS/TEC estimation with IONOLAB method 

      Nayir H.; Arikan F.; Arikan, O.; Erol, C.B. (2007)
      Total Electron Content (TEC) is a key variable to measure the ionospheric characteristics and disturbances. The Global Positioning System (GPS) can be used for TEC estimation making use of the recorded signals at the GPS ...
    • Ionospheric total electron content estimation using IONOLAB method 

      Nayir H.; Arikan F.; Erol, C.B.; Arikan, O. (2007)
      Ionosphere which is an important atmospheric layer for HF and satellite communications, can be investigated through Total Electron Content (TEC). Global Positioning System provides cost-effective means for TEC estimation. ...