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    • Multicriteria inventory classification using a genetic algorithm 

      Guvenir, H. A.; Erel, E. (Elsevier, 1998)
      One of the application areas of genetic algorithms is parameter optimization. This paper addresses the problem of optimizing a set of parameters that represent the weights of criteria, where the sum of all weights is 1. A ...
    • Multidimensional classification approach for defining product line engineering transition strategies 

      Tekinerdoğan, Bedir; Tüzün, E.; Şaykol, E. (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2010)
      It is generally acknowledged that the transitioning process to a product line engineering approach is not trivial and as such requires a planned transition process. Different classifications of transition strategies have ...
    • Multifont Ottoman character recognition 

      Öztürk, Ali; Güneş, S.; Özbay, Y. (IEEE, 2000)
      Ottoman characters from three different fonts are used character recognition problem, broadly speaking, is transferring a page that contain symbols to the computer and matching these symbols with previously known or ...
    • Multilevel segmentation of histopathological images using cooccurance of tissue objects 

      Simsek, A. C.; Tosun, A. B.; Aykanat, C.; Sokmensuer, C.; Gunduz Demir, C. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2012-06)
      This paper presents a new approach for unsupervised segmentation of histopathological tissue images. This approach has two main contributions. First, it introduces a new set of high-level texture features to represent ...
    • Multimedia translation for linking visual data to semantics in videos 

      Duygulu, P.; Baştan M. (Springer, 2011-01)
      The semantic gap problem, which can be referred to as the disconnection between low-level multimedia data and high-level semantics, is an important obstacle to build real-world multimedia systems. The recently developed ...
    • A multiplication-free framework for signal processing and applications in biomedical image analysis 

      Suhre, A.; Keskin F.; Ersahin, T.; Cetin-Atalay, R.; Ansari, R.; Cetin, A.E. (IEEE, 2013)
      A new framework for signal processing is introduced based on a novel vector product definition that permits a multiplier-free implementation. First a new product of two real numbers is defined as the sum of their absolute ...
    • Multirelational k-anonymity 

      Nergiz, M.E.; Clifton, C.; Nergiz, A.E. (2009)
      k-Anonymity protects privacy by ensuring that data cannot be linked to a single individual. In a k-anonymous data set, any identifying information occurs in at least k tuples. Much research has been done to modify a ...
    • Multirelational k-anonymity 

      Nergiz, M. Ercan; Clifton, C.; Nergiz, A. Erhan (IEEE, 2007-04)
      k-Anonymity protects privacy by ensuring that data cannot be linked to a single individual. In a k-anonymous dataset, any identifying information occurs in at least k tuples. Much research has been done to modify a single ...
    • Multiscale motion saliency for keyframe extraction from motion capture sequences 

      Halit, C.; Capin, T. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2011)
      Motion capture is an increasingly popular animation technique; however data acquired by motion capture can become substantial. This makes it difficult to use motion capture data in a number of applications, such as motion ...
    • Multisource region attention network for fine-grained object recognition in remote sensing imagery 

      Sümbül, Gencer; Cinbiş, Ramazan Gökberk; Aksoy, Selim (IEEE, 2019-07)
      Fine-grained object recognition concerns the identification of the type of an object among a large number of closely related subcategories. Multisource data analysis that aims to leverage the complementary spectral, spatial, ...
    • Nanopore sequencing technology and tools for genome assembly: computational analysis of the current state, bottlenecks and future directions 

      Cali, D. S.; Kim, J. S.; Ghose, S.; Alkan C.; Mutlu, O. (Oxford University Press, 2018-04)
      Nanopore sequencing technology has the potential to render other sequencing technologies obsolete with its ability to generate long reads and provide portability. However, high error rates of the technology pose a challenge ...
    • Natural language querying for video databases 

      Erozel, G.; Cicekli, N. K.; Cicekli, I. (Elsevier Inc., 2008-06-15)
      The video databases have become popular in various areas due to the recent advances in technology. Video archive systems need user-friendly interfaces to retrieve video frames. In this paper, a user interface based on ...
    • A natural language-based interface for querying a video database 

      Küçüktunç, O.; Güdükbay, U.; Ulusoy, Ö. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2007-01)
      The authors developed a video database system called BilVideo that provides integrated support for spatiotemporal, semantic, and low-level feature queries. As a further development for this system, the authors present a ...
    • The nature of information science: Changing models 

      Robinson L.; Karamuftuoglu, M. (2010)
      Introduction. This paper considers the nature of information science as a discipline and profession. Method. It is based on conceptual analysis of the information science literature, and consideration of philosophical ...
    • Nearest-neighbor based metric functions for indoor scene recognition 

      Cakir, F.; Güdükbay U.; Ulusoy, Ö. (Academic Press, 2011)
      Indoor scene recognition is a challenging problem in the classical scene recognition domain due to the severe intra-class variations and inter-class similarities of man-made indoor structures. State-of-the-art scene ...
    • Need for a systemic theory of classification in information science 

      Karamuftuoglu, M. (Wiley, 2007)
      In the article, the author aims to clarify some of the issues surrounding the discussion regarding the usefulness of a substantive classification theory in information science (IS) by means of a broad perspective. By ...
    • A negotiation platform for cooperating multi-agent systems 

      Polat, F.; Shekhar, S.; Guvenir, H. A. (Sage Publications Ltd., 1993-05-23)
      Distributed artificial intelligence attempts to integrate and coordinate the activities of multiple, intelligent problem solvers that come together to solve complex tasks in domains such as design, medical diagnosis, ...
    • Neighbourhood preserving load balancing: A self-organizing approach 

      Gürsoy, Attila; Atun, Murat (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2000)
      We describe a static load balancing algorithm based on Kohonen Self-Organizing Maps (SOM) for a class of parallel computations where the communication pattern exhibits spatial locality and we present initial results. The ...
    • Nesne tanımada bağlam ve anlambilimsel sınıflandırmanın önemi: Bilgisayarla görme ve insanda görme alanlarındaki çalışmalar 

      Aksoy, Selim; Boyacı, Hüseyin; Gökçay, D. (IEEE, 2008-04)
      Sahne sınıflandırması ve nesne tanıma, bilgisayarla görme alanında fok uzun yıllardır üzerinde çalışılan temel problemlerdir. Bilgisayarlara kazandırılmaya çalışılan, sahnelerin ve içerdikleri nesnelerin otomatik olarak ...
    • Network access protocol for hard real-time communication systems 

      Ulusoy, Ö. (Elsevier, 1995)
      Distributed hard real-time systems are characterized by communication messages associated with timing constraints, typically in the form of deadlines. A message should be received at the destination before its deadline ...