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    • A face tracking algorithm for user interaction in mobile devices 

      Bulbul, A.; Cipiloglu, Z.; Capin, T. (2009)
      A new face tracking algorithm, and a human-computer interaction technique based on this algorithm, are proposed for use on mobile devices. The face tracking algorithm considers the limitations of mobile use case - constrained ...
    • FAME: Face association through model evolution 

      Gölge, Eren; Duygulu, Pınar (IEEE, 2015-06)
      We attack the problem of building classifiers for public faces from web images collected through querying a name. The search results are very noisy even after face detection, with several irrelevant faces corresponding to ...
    • Fast and accurate mapping of complete genomics reads 

      Lee, D.; Hormozdiari, F.; Xin, H.; Hach, F.; Mutlu, O.; Alkan C. (Academic Press, 2015)
      Many recent advances in genomics and the expectations of personalized medicine are made possible thanks to power of high throughput sequencing (HTS) in sequencing large collections of human genomes. There are tens of ...
    • Fast characterization of segmental duplications in genome assemblies 

      Numanagić, I.; Gökkaya, A. S.; Zhang, L.; Berger, B.; Alkan C.; Hach, F. (Oxford University Press, 2018)
      Motivation Segmental duplications (SDs) or low-copy repeats, are segments of DNA > 1 Kbp with high sequence identity that are copied to other regions of the genome. SDs are among the most important sources of evolution, a ...
    • A fast neural-network algorithm for VLSI cell placement 

      Aykanat, C.; Bultan, T.; Haritaoğlu, İ. (Pergamon Press, 1998)
      Cell placement is an important phase of current VLSI circuit design styles such as standard cell, gate array, and Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA). Although nondeterministic algorithms such as Simulated Annealing (SA) ...
    • Fast optimal load balancing algorithms for 1D partitioning 

      Pınar, A.; Aykanat, C. (Academic Press, 2004)
      The one-dimensional decomposition of nonuniform workload arrays with optimal load balancing is investigated. The problem has been studied in the literature as the "chains-on-chains partitioning" problem. Despite the rich ...
    • Fast ray tracing 3D models 

      İşler, Veysi; Özgüç, Bülent (1991)
      In many computer graphics applications such as CAD, realistic displays have very important and positive effects on the users of the system. There are several techniques to generate realistic images with the computer. Ray ...
    • A fault-tolerant hexagonal systolic array 

      Aykanat, C.; Özgüner, F. (Elsevier, 1992)
    • Fault-tolerant irregular topology design method for network-on-chips 

      Tosun, S.; Ajabshir V.B.; Mercanoglu O.; Ozturk, O. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2014)
      As the technology sizes of integrated circuits (ICs) scale down rapidly, current transistor densities on chips dramatically increase. While nanometer feature sizes allow denser chip designs in each technology generation, ...
    • Fault-tolerant topology generation method for application-specific network-on-chips 

      Tosun, S.; Ajabshir, V. B.; Mercanoglu, O.; Ozturk, O. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2015)
      As the technology sizes of integrated circuits (ICs) scale down rapidly, current transistor densities on chips dramatically increase. While nanometer feature sizes allow denser chip designs in each technology generation, ...
    • Feature interval learning algorithms for classification 

      Dayanik, A. (Elsevier BV, 2010)
      This paper presents Feature Interval Learning algorithms (FIL) which represent multi-concept descriptions in the form of disjoint feature intervals. The FIL algorithms are batch supervised inductive learning algorithms and ...
    • Feature-based rationale management system for supporting software architecture adaptation 

      Tekinerdogan, B.; Sozer, H.; Aksit, M. (World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., 2012)
      Each software architecture design is the result of a broad set of design decisions and their justifications, that is, the design rationale. Capturing the design rationale is important for a variety of reasons such as ...
    • A financial cost metric for result caching 

      Sazoğlu, Fethi Burak; Cambazoğlu, B. B.; Özcan, R.; Altıngövde, I. S.; Ulusoy, Özgür (ACM, 2013-07-08)
      Web search engines cache results of frequent and/or recent queries. Result caching strategies can be evaluated using different metrics, hit rate being the most well-known. Recent works take the processing overhead of queries ...
    • Finding compound structures in images using image segmentation and graph-based knowledge discovery 

      Zamalieva, D.; Aksoy, S.; Tilton J.C. (2009)
      We present an unsupervised method for discovering compound image structures that are comprised of simpler primitive objects. An initial segmentation step produces image regions with homogeneous spectral content. Then, the ...
    • Finding faces in news photos using both face and name information 

      Ozkan, D.; Duygulu P. (2006)
      We propose a method to associate names and faces for querying people in large news photo collections. On the assumption that a person's face is likely to appear when his/her name is mentioned in the caption, first all the ...
    • Finding people frequently appearing in news 

      Ozkan, D.; Duygulu, P. (Springer, 2006)
      We propose a graph based method to improve the performance of person queries in large news video collections. The method benefits from the multi-modal structure of videos and integrates text and face information. Using the ...
    • Finding similar faces 

      Torun, R.B.; Yurdakul, M.; Duygulu P. (2009)
      In this paper, we propose a method to match similar faces despite photos, which are taken from different sources on Internet, could have different scenes, illumination and posing. Interest points are used to recognize ...
    • Fine-grained object recognition and zero-shot learning in multispectral imagery 

      Sümbül, G.; Aksoy, S.; Cinbiş, R. G. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2018)
      We present a method for fine-grained object recognition problem, that aims to recognize the type of an object among a large number of sub-categories, and zero-shot learning scenario on multispectral images. In order to ...
    • Fine-grained object recognition and zero-shot learning in remote sensing imagery 

      Sumbul, G.; Cinbis, R. G.; Aksoy, S. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2018-02)
      Fine-grained object recognition that aims to identify the type of an object among a large number of subcategories is an emerging application with the increasing resolution that exposes new details in image data. Traditional ...
    • First international workshop on Multi Product Line Engineering (MultiPLE 2013) 

      Moonen, L.; Acharya, M.; Behjati, R.; Tekinerdoğan, Bedir; Rabiser, R.; Kang, K. C. (ACM, 2013-08)
      In an industrial context, software systems are rarely developed by a single organization. For software product lines, this means that various organizations collaborate to provide and integrate the assets used in a product ...