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    • Tactical generation in a free constituent order language 

      Hakkani, D. Z.; Oflazer, K. (Cambridge University Press, 1998)
      This paper describes tactical generation in Turkish, a free constituent order language, in which the order of the constituents may change according to the information structure of the sentences to be generated. In the ...
    • Tag suggestr: Automatic photo tag expansion using visual information for photo sharing websites 

      Kucuktunc O.; Sevil, S.G.; Tosun, A.B.; Zitouni H.; Duygulu P.; Can F. (2008)
      In this paper, we propose an automatic photo tag expansion system for the community photo collections, such as Flickr. Our aim is to suggest relevant tags for a target photograph uploaded to the system by a user, by ...
    • Targeting PLK1 overcomes T-DM1 resistance via CDK1-dependent phosphorylation and inactivation of Bcl-2/xL in HER2-positive breast cancer 

      Saatci, Ö.; Borgoni, S.; Akbulut, Ö.; Durmuş, S.; Raza, U.; Eyüpoğlu, E.; Alkan C.; Akyol, A.; Kütük, Ö.; Wiemann, S.; Şahin, Ö. (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
      Trastuzumab-refractory, HER2 (human epidermal growth factor receptor 2)-positive breast cancer is commonly treated with trastuzumab emtansine (T-DM1), an antibody-drug conjugate of trastuzumab and the microtubule-targeting ...
    • Task allocation onto a hypercube by recursive mincut bipartitioning 

      Ercal, F.; Ramanujam, J.; Sadayappan, P. (Elsevier, 1990)
      An efficient recursive task allocation scheme, based on the Kernighan-Lin mincut bisection heuristic, is proposed for the effective mapping of tasks of a parallel program onto a hypercube parallel computer. It is evaluated ...
    • Task assignment in heterogeneous computing systems 

      Ucar, B.; Aykanat, C.; Kaya, K.; Ikinci, M. (Academic Press, 2006-01)
      The problem of task assignment in heterogeneous computing systems has been studied for many years with many variations. We consider the version in which communicating tasks are to be assigned to heterogeneous processors ...
    • A template-based design methodology for graph-parallel hardware accelerators 

      Ayupov, A.; Yesil, S.; Ozdal, M. M.; Kim, T.; Burns, S.; Ozturk, O. (IEEE, 2017-05-19)
      Graph applications have been gaining importance in the last decade due to emerging big data analytics problems such as Web graphs, social networks, and biological networks. For these applications, traditional CPU and GPU ...
    • Temporal workload-aware replicated partitioning for social networks 

      Turk, A.; Selvitopi, R. O.; Ferhatosmanoglu, H.; Aykanat, C. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2014-11)
      Most frequent and expensive queries in social networks involve multi-user operations such as requesting the latest tweets or news-feeds of friends. The performance of such queries are heavily dependent on the data ...
    • Temporality in databases 

      Tansel, Abdullah Uz (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2004)
      Temporality, or the time dimension is an essential aspect of the reality databases attempt to model and keep data about. However, in many database applications temporal data is treated in a rather ad hoc manner in spite ...
    • A term-based inverted index partitioning model for efficient distributed query processing 

      Cambazoglu, B. B.; Kayaaslan, E.; Jonassen, S.; Aykanat, C. (Association for Computing Machinery, 2013)
      In a shared-nothing, distributed text retrieval system, queries are processed over an inverted index that is partitioned among a number of index servers. In practice, the index is either document-based or term-based ...
    • Test case verification by model checking 

      Naik, K.; Sarikaya, B. (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1993)
      Verification of a test case for testing the conformance of protocol implementations against the formal description of the protocol involves verifying three aspects of the test case: expected input/output test behavior, ...
    • Test-cost sensitive classification based on conditioned loss functions 

      Cebe, M.; Gunduz-Demir, C. (2007)
      We report a novel approach for designing test-cost sensitive classifiers that consider the misclassification cost together with the cost of feature extraction utilizing the consistency behavior for the first time. In this ...
    • Text summarization of turkish texts using latent semantic analysis 

      Ozsoy, M.G.; Cicekli I.; Alpaslan F.N. (2010)
      Text summarization solves the problem of extracting important information from huge amount of text data. There are various methods in the literature that aim to find out well-formed summaries. One of the most commonly used ...
    • A text, image, and graphics editor 

      Coşar, A.; Özgüç, B. (1991)
      [No abstract available]
    • A theoretical framework on the ideal number of classifiers for online ensembles in data streams 

      Bonab, H. R.; Can, F. (Association for Computing Machinery, 2016)
      A priori determining the ideal number of component classifiers of an ensemble is an important problem. The volume and velocity of big data streams make this even more crucial in terms of prediction accuracies and resource ...
    • Theories and proofs in fault diagnosis 

      Cicekli, I. (Springer, 1998)
      This paper illustrates how theories (contexts), fail branches, and the ability to control the construction of proofs in MetaProlog play an important role in the expression of the fault diagnosis problem. These facilities ...
    • Threats and solutions for genomic data privacy 

      Ayday, E.; Hubaux, Jean-Pierre (Springer International Publishing, 2015)
      With the help of rapidly developing technology, DNA sequencing is becoming less expensive. As a consequence, the research in genomics has gained speed in paving the way to personalized (genomic) medicine, and geneticists ...
    • Threats and solutions for genomic data privacy 

      Ayday, Erman; Hubaux, J. P. (Springer, 2015)
      With the help of rapidly developing technology, DNA sequencing is becoming less expensive. As a consequence, the research in genomics has gained speed in paving the way to personalized (genomic) medicine, and geneticists ...
    • Three dimensional microfabricated broadband patch and multifunction reconfigurable antennae for 60 GHz applications 

      Hunerli H.V.; Mopidevi H.; Cagatay, E.; Imbert, M.; Romeu J.; Jofre L.; Cetiner, B.A.; Biyikli, N. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2015)
      In this paper we present two antenna designs capable of covering the IEEE 802.11ad (WiGig) frequency band (57-66 GHz and 59-66 GHz respectively). The work below reports the design, microfabrication and characterization of ...
    • Three-dimensional media for mobile devices 

      Gotchev, A.; Akar, G. B.; Capin, T.; Strohmeier, D.; Boev, A. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2011-04)
      This paper aims at providing an overview of the core technologies enabling the delivery of 3-D Media to next-generation mobile devices. To succeed in the design of the corresponding system, a profound knowledge about the ...
    • Three-dimensional scene representations: modeling, animation, and rendering techniques 

      Güdükbay, Uğur; Durupınar, Funda (Springer, 2008)
      Modeling the behavior and appearance of captured three-dimensional (3D) objects is a fundamental requirement for scene representation in a three-dimensional television (3DTV) framework. By using the data acquired from ...