Recent Submissions

  • Multiagent systems: learning, strategic behavior, cooperation, and network formation 

    Tekin, Cem; Zhang, S.; Xu, J.; Schaar, M. van der (Elsevier, 2018)
    Many applications ranging from crowdsourcing to recommender systems involve informationally decentralized agents repeatedly interacting with each other in order to reach their goals. These networked agents base their ...
  • Morphological analysis 

    Oflazer, Kemal (Springer, 1999)
    In the previous chapters, we have seen that a lot of information about the potential tags of tokens in a text is found by lexicon lookup. Another, often complementary source of information is morphological analysis, i.e. ...
  • Two-sample matching test 

    Gürler, Ülkü (John Wiley & Sons, 2006)
  • Modeling, animation, and rendering of human figures 

    Güdükbay, Uğur; Özgüç, Bülent; Memişoğlu, Aydemir; Yeşil, Mehmet Şahin (Springer, 2008)
  • Modeling and visualization of complex geometric environments 

    Yılmaz, Türker; Güdükbay, Uğur; Akman, Varol (Springer, 2004)
    Visualization of large geometric environments has always been an exciting project for computer graphics practitioners. Modern graphics workstations allow rendering of millions of polygons per second. Although these systems ...
  • Microscale acoustofluidics 

    Çetin, Barbaros; Büyükkocak, S.; Özer, M. B. (Springer, 2015)
    Microscale acoustofluidics defines the use of ultrasonic waves onto a fluid inside a microchannel. The acoustic waves are imposed on the fluid through excitation of the microchannel walls with an actuator. Acoustofluidics ...
  • Microfluidic rotary pump 

    Çetin, Barbaros; Salemmilani, Reza; Li, D. (Springer, 2015)
    Rotary micropump is a type of micropump which consists of a rotary element used for moving fluids. Based on different design concepts, rotary micropumps make use of either viscous forces or pressure forces to carry out the ...
  • Microfluidic optical devices 

    Çetin, Barbaros; Zeinali, Soheila; Li, D. (Springer, 2015)
    Microfluidic optical devices (MOD) are the emerging technology that combines today’s microfluidics technology with the optics. However, MOD can be classified as the integration of these two technologies rather than combination ...
  • Pressure measurements, methods 

    Çetin, Barbaros; Taze, Serdar; Li, D. (Springer, 2015)
    Experimentation and novel measurement techniques are crucial for the further development of microfluidic devices. Pressure is one basic parameter involved in microfluidic experiments. However, it is not realistic to apply ...
  • Finding it now: networked classifiers in real-time stream mining systems 

    Ducasse, R.; Tekin, Cem; van der Schaar (Springer, Cham, 2019)
    The aim of this chapter is to describe and optimize the specifications of signal processing systems, aimed at extracting in real time valuable information out of large-scale decentralized datasets. A first section will ...
  • Map building from range data using Mathematical morphology 

    Barshan, Billur; Başkent, Deniz (World Scientific, 2001)
  • Desirable functionalities of intelligent CAD systems 

    Akman, Varol; ten Hagen, P. J. V. (Amer Society of Mechanical, 1994)
  • Magnetic pumps 

    Çetin, Barbaros; Zeinali, Soheila; Li, D. (Springer, 2015)
    Micropumps can be classified into two general categories: mechanical and nonmechanical micropumps (an excellent review on micropumps can be found elsewhere [1]). In a typical mechanical pump, a membrane is used to produce ...
  • Situation semantics 

    Akman, Varol (Elsevier, 2006)
    Real-life situations are at the heart of an innovative theory of information aimed at some long-standing problems of philosophy. This (situation) theory was proposed more than 2 decades ago and has matured over the years. ...
  • Low-temperature scanning probe microscopy 

    Baykara, Mehmet Z.; Morgenstern, M.; Schwarz, A.; Schwarz, U. D. (Springer, 2017)
    This chapter is dedicated to scanning probe microscopy (SPM ) operated at cryogenic temperatures, where the more fundamental aspects of phenomena important in the fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology can be investigated ...
  • Location and logistics 

    Alumur, Sibel A.; Kara, Bahar Y.; Melo, M. T. (Springer, 2014)
    Facility location decisions play a critical role in designing logistics networks. This chapter provides some guidelines on how location decisions and logistics functions can be integrated into a single mathematical model ...
  • Asymptotic analysis of stochastic models of hierarchic structure and applications in queueing models 

    Anisimov, Vladimir V. (Notable Pubns, 1998)
    A class of switching stochastic systems with hierarchic state space working in different scales of time ( slow and fast) that are adequate mathematical models at the analysis and modelling of various classes of computing ...
  • Closed-Form green's functions and their use in the method of moments 

    Aksun, M. Irsadi; Mittra, R. (World Scientific Publishing Company, 1996)
    Derivation of the spatial-domain, closed-form Green's functions of the vector and scalar potentials are demonstrated for planar media, and their use in conjunction with the method of moments (MoM) is presented. As the ...
  • A generalization of a TCP model: multiple source-destination case with arbitrary LAN as the access network 

    Gusak, O.; Dayar, Tuğrul (CRC Press, 2000)
    This paper introduces an analytical model of an access scheme for Wide Area Network resources. The model is based on the TCP-modified Engset model of Heyman, Lakshman, and Neidhardt. The proposed model employs a LAN ...

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