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    • Behavioural analyses of quinine processing in choice, feeding and learning of larval drosophila 

      El-Keredy, A.; Schleyer, M.; König, C.; Ekim, A.; Gerber, B. (2012)
      Gustatory stimuli can support both immediate reflexive behaviour, such as choice and feeding, and can drive internal reinforcement in associative learning. For larval Drosophila, we here provide a first systematic behavioural ...
    • A comparison of different approaches to target differentiation with sonar 

      Ayrulu (Erdem), Birsel (Bilkent University, 2001)
      This study compares the performances of di erent classication schemes and fusion techniques for target di erentiation and localization of commonly encountered features in indoor robot environments using sonar sensing Di ...
    • Designing a decision support system for debt payment planning under inflation 

      Özkan, Mehmet (Bilkent University, 1994)
      Computer technology has been developed very rapidly in recent years and now computers are even replacing human in some areas. Use of judgment, however, is still very important in many other fields. Financial management ...
    • Odour intensity learning in fruit flies 

      Yarali, A.; Ehser, S.; Hapil F.Z.; Huang J.; Gerber, B. (2009)
      Animals' behaviour towards odours depends on both odour quality and odour intensity. While neuronal coding of odour quality is fairly well studied, how odour intensity is treated by olfactory systems is less clear. Here ...