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A FANTASY IN CENTRAL ANATOLIAN ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE: DOVE COTES AND TOWERS IN KAYSER
Vacit ?MAMOLU,Mustafa KORUMAZ,?a?r? ?MAMOLU
Middle East Technical University Journal of the Faculty of Architecture , 2005,
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Evaluation of the normal choroid plexus size in adults with Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Hakan ?mamolu,Mustafa Fatih Erko?,?smail ?alk,Aylin Okur
Cumhuriyet Medical Journal , 2013,
Abstract: Aim. According to our knowledge, there is no definition for the normal choroid plexus (CP) size with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in adults. The aim of this study was to evaluate the normal CP size in the adult population. The data for normal size may help to evaluate the early diagnosis of CP pathologies. Methods. The measurements were obtained retrospectively from 380 MRIs. The thickness of CP was evaluated in eight locations from different two planes for each study. The exclusion criterions were; absent or inadequate demonstration of CP and the existence of CP pathologies. Means and ranges of CP thickness were evaluated in different gender, age groups and also in general population. Comparisons were made between genders, age groups and between the thickness from left and right. Results. The mean CP thickness was found 2.22 mm, 4.63 mm and 1.95 mm in body, atrium of lateral ventricles and in fourth ventricles respectively. There was no significative difference between gender and the thickness from left and right. Conclusion. Various CP pathologies can occur in adults. To know the normal CP size may help to early diagnosis of CP pathologies that can be very important.
Two Cases of Vulvovaginitis Caused by Shigella flexneri and Shigella sonnei: a Case Report
Gül?in Bayramo?lu,Faruk Ayd?n,Gülay Karagüzel,Mustafamamolu
Balkan Medical Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Vulvovaginitis caused by Shigella species (Shigella spp.) has rarely been reported. This paper describes two cases of prepubertal vulvovaginitis, presenting with a bloody and purulent vaginal discharge, separately caused by ampicillin-resistant Shigella flexneri and trimethoprim-sulfomethoxazole-resistant Shigella sonnei. Our conclusions are that Shigella spp. is the potential cause of vulvovaginitis in prepubertal girls in developing countries where these pathogens are endemic, and identification of the bacteria and making antibiotic susceptibility testing in these cases should not be overlooked.
WALL PAINTINGS OF NEC P ZAL HOUSE IN GES
Vacit ?MAMOLU,?a?r? ?MAMOLU
Middle East Technical University Journal of the Faculty of Architecture , 2009,
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SOFA AS THE EXPRESSION OF ELEGANCE IN TRADITIONAL KAYSER HOUSES
Vacit ?MAMOLU
Middle East Technical University Journal of the Faculty of Architecture , 2010,
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THE ROLE OF SCHEMAS IN UNDERSTANDING PLACES
?a?r? ?MAMOLU
Middle East Technical University Journal of the Faculty of Architecture , 2009,
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"Kayseri'de Ya am ve Konut Kültürü" Kitab üzerine, Book Review
Vacit ?MAMOLU
Middle East Technical University Journal of the Faculty of Architecture , 2006,
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MEETING OF MECCA PAGANS WITH ISLAM (An examination of the Historical and Psychological Process)
Vehbi ?MAMOLU
Journal of International Social Research , 2009,
Abstract: In this article, it dealt with the historical and psychological process, which Jahiliyya Arabs experienced with raising of Islam. Moreover, it was tried to examine the effects of the idolatry structure of Jahiliyya Community on attitudes of Jahiliyya Arabs against Islam, and in their psychological development. To understand this process, it was tried to evaluate the structure of Arab Community in Jahiliyya Period, the revelation process which began with the life of Muhammad, the reasons of objections of Jahiliyya Pagans to Islam and Prophet Muhammad, and the character of relations between them and Muhammad in the context of historical and psychological factors.
A Research Concerning to The Problems of Drawing Lessons in The Department of The FineArts (Painting)
Gülten ?MAMOLU
Journal of Kirsehir Education Faculty , 2004,
Abstract: It aims to find out the problems affecting the productivity of the drawing lessons in the departments of fine arts. The questionnaire developed by the researcher has been applied on the 49 lecturers from different brunches and universities. The percentage of those finding the drawing lessons insufficient in terms of duration and content was 40.8%. The percentage of those who think that the duration of drawing lessons should be 8 terms is 46.9%, which isthe highest rate. Creative, guiding and explorative method rank first with the percentage of 65.3% main lessons of art are considered to be associated with the drawing lessons with the percentage of 37.19%. 57.1% of the lecturers agree that there should be a parallelism between the methods of drawing lessons and other related lessons. The method applied predominantly affects the success of education. The success of the student with the percentage of 85.7% depends on, intellectual level, coordination between the brain and hand and eye, level of perception, motivation, thecapacity of perception. Lecturers’ ability to make the students explore plays a 36.47% part. Drawing lessons are insufficient in terms of both duration and content. The intellectual level of the student the coordination between the brain and hand and eye, level of perception, motivation, the method applied, the method employed by the lecturer affect the success of the drawing lessons. The best method to be employed is the guiding, explorative and the creativeone.
Salient Region Detection and Analysis Based on the Weighted Band-Pass Features  [PDF]
Nevrez ?mamolu, Jose Gomez-Tames, Wenwei Yu
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2013.65B009
Abstract: Researches on visual attention mechanism have revealed that the human visual system (HVS) is sensitive to the higher frequency components where they are distinctive from their surroundings by popping out. These attentive components of the scene can be in any form such as edge to texture differences based on the focus of attention of HVS. There are several visual attention computational models that can yield saliency values of attentive regions on the image. Some of these models take advantage of band-pass filter regions on spatial domain by computing center-surround differences with difference of low pass filters. They use either down-sampling that may cause loss of information or constant scale of the filters that may not contain all the necessary saliency information from the image. Therefore, we proposed an efficient and simple saliency detection model with full resolution and high perceptual quality, which outputs several band-pass regions by utilizing Fourier transform to obtain attentive regions edges to textures from the color image. All these detected important information with different bandwidth, then, were fused in a weighted manner by giving more priority to the texture compared to edge based salient regions. Experimental analysis was made for different color spaces and the model was compared with some relevant state of the art algorithms. As a result, the proposed saliency detection model has promising results based on the area under curve (AUC) performance evaluation metric.
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