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    • A life between piety and politics : Azîz Mahmŭd Hüdâyî (ca 1543-1628) 

      Baskıcı, Gonca (Bilkent University, 2000)
      Aziz Mahmud Hüdayi was one of the most important spiritual, political and intellectual figures of the Iate sixteenth and early seventeenth century of the Ottoman Empire and his memory is stili alive in the present-day ...
    • Life insurance practice in Turkey: history and consumer perceptions 

      İşıklar, Yeşim (Bilkent University, 1994)
      This study focuses on the Life Insurance practice in Turkey, its development through the years and the consumer perceptions. The nature of the currently operating companies in the sector and their marketing activities ...
    • The life of Köprülü Fazıl Mustafa Pasha and his grand vizierate 

      Yılmaz, Fehmi (Bilkent University, 1996)
      The subject of the study is the life and the grand vizierate period of Koprulu Fazil Mustafa Pasha who belonged to eminent Koprulu family that provided many statesmen for the Ottoman Empire in the second half of the sisteenth ...
    • A life on top : a survey of stylite saints 

      Aykanat Çam, İlke (Bilkent University, 2003)
      This thesis presents the available information about the stylite saints who lived during the Byzantine period within the borders of modern Turkey. Stylites are Christian ascetics who lived on top of columns. There are over ...
    • Life satisfaction and donation to charitable organizations 

      Özer, Zülfükar Özer (Bilkent University, 2014)
      In this thesis, the empirical link between individuals donations‘ to charitable organizations and their levels of life satisfaction is analysed, and the warm glow motive is tested in this context. Using a national ...
    • Lifestyles of university students 

      Atilla, Nihal (Bilkent University, 1990)
      This study attempts to explore the lifestyles of the youth market in Ankara. The age structure indicates that Turkey is becoming younger each year. Since there are many marketing opportunities and problems associated ...
    • Light harvesting and efficient energy transfer in boron dipyrrin dyads and derivatization for potential utility in dye-sensitized solar cells 

      Barın, Gökhan (Bilkent University, 2008)
      In bichromophoric supramolecular systems light is harvested by antenna components and excitation energy is channeled into an acceptor component. We have designed and synthesized novel energy transfer cassettes which are ...
    • Light matter interaction in plexcitonic crystals and moiré cavities 

      Karademir, Ertuğrul (Bilkent University, 2015-01)
      Surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) are quanta of electromagnetic excitations at the interface between metal and dielectric media. SPPs with an evanescent tail in the perpendicular direction, thus their properties are ...
    • Light scattering from core-shell nano-structures : structural coloration 

      Dolaş, Muhammet Halit (Bilkent University, 2013)
      In this work, we produced kilometer-long semiconducting cylindrical nanostructures by using a top-to-bottom nano-fabrication technique which was recently developed in our research group. Comparison of commonly used ...
    • Lighting merchandising areas in shops 

      Adalıoğlu, İpek (Bilkent University, 1995)
      The purpose of this study is to evaluate the factors affecting the lighting design of the merchandising areas and depending on the findings, to achieve lighting criteria that are necessary to constitute a comfortable ...
    • Lighting of open plan (automated) offices 

      Öner, İlkin (Bilkent University, 1995)
      Lighting in Open Plan (Automated) offices is an important factor for the workers performance and productivity. Generally, physiological and psychological requirements of the office lighting are being neglected while designing ...
    • Lignin as an antistatic additive for common polymers 

      Bedük, Tutku (Bilkent University, 2018-01)
      Static electricity is a common phenomenon that can causes million-dollar loses in industries such as polymer, air and space, and drug manufacture due to the detrimental effects of electrostatic discharge of the accumulated ...
    • Lignum Vitae: an interactive organism design of cyberspace and sonic arts 

      Erçevik, Ece (Bilkent University, 2020-07)
      This thesis aims to investigate the nature of artworks created in the scope of cyberspace and sonic art in analysis of the case artwork Lignum Vitae, a multimedia artwork designed to be conducted in gallery space through ...
    • Limit sets of best-reply processes 

      Aköz, Kemal Kıvanç (Bilkent University, 2007)
      I analyze limiting behavior of best-reply processes. I find that without inertia Nash Equilibria are not limit sets. Moreover, even for processes with inertia, Nash Equilibria are not stable. I argue that minimal CURB ...
    • Limiting Gibbs measures in some one and two dimensional models 

      Tülü, Serdar (Bilkent University, 2005)
      We give the definitions of finite volume Gibbs measure and limit Gibbs states. In one dimensional Ising model with arbitrary boundary conditions we calculate correlation functions in explicit way. In one dimension, ...
    • Limiting Gibbs measures of some models of classical statistical mechanics 

      Ünal, Deniz (Bilkent University, 2002)
      We consider some models of classical statistical mechanics with their random perturbations and investigate the phase diagrams of this models. By using uniqueness theorem we prove the absence of phase transitions in this models.
    • The line balancing algorithm for optimal buffer allocation in production lines 

      Selvi, Ömer (Bilkent University, 2002)
      Buffer allocation is a challenging design problem in serial production lines that is often faced in the industry. Effective use of buffers (i.e. how much buffer storage to allow and where to place it) in production lines ...
    • A line based pose representation for human action recognition 

      Baysal, Sermetcan (Bilkent University, 2011)
      In this thesis, we utilize a line based pose representation to recognize human actions in videos. We represent the pose in each frame by employing a collection of line-pairs, so that limb and joint movements are better ...
    • Line segment based range scan matching without pose information for indoor environments 

      Yakın, İskender (Bilkent University, 2008)
      A mobile robot exploring an unknown environment often needs to keep track of its pose through its sensors. Range scan matching is a way of computing the pose difference of a robot at two different locations on the ...
    • A Line-based representation for matching words 

      Can, Ethem Fatih (Bilkent University, 2009)
      With the increase of the number of documents available in the digital environment, efficient access to the documents becomes crucial. Manual indexing of the documents is costly; however, and can be carried out only in ...