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Multiple myeloma with multilobated plasma cell nuclei
Nergiz Erkut,ümit ?obano?lu,Mehmet S?nmez
Turkish Journal of Hematology , 2011,
Zeitschrift für die Welt der Türken , 2011,
Abstract: It is common knowledge that Gestalt Theory argues that an organized whole represents more than the sum of its parts. According to this theory, which emerged in studies on visual perception, a whole is made up of many parts each of which cannot reflect the whole on its own. Likewise, an industrial design comprises various parts which create a meaningful and functional whole. The success of a design can be measured against its ability to be perceived the same way as it is designed. In this respect, the inclusion of Gestalt theory principles in the process of design will enable the end product to differ from others and its user to perceive it in the right direction.
Zeitschrift für die Welt der Türken , 2010,
Abstract: An industrial product can be defined in broad terms as “any product produced by the industry.” Today’s products no longer distinguish themselves from their rivals in terms of their technologies, material and uses only, but also in terms of their design, which can figure as a reason for purchase for consumers. The motive behind the protection of industrial designs by way of official registration is the purpose to protect the rights of individuals or institutions who has created the design and to promote competition. Therefore once they are officially registered, all the industrial designs in the world are under the protection of certain laws and regulations for a certain amount of time. In Turkey, industrial designs are protected by decree law number 554 concerning the protection of industrial designs that passed on June 27, 1995. In the EU countries, industrial designs are protected by community design regulations that passed on June March 6, 2002.
The manifest but concealed background of our communication
Essachess : Journal for Communication Studies , 2012,
Abstract: That manifest background needs to be elucidated as against intentional memory and imagination habits structured by our learning and operating with rules and pictures (representations) of language. That’s the background which is concealed by our very demonstrative forms of expressions meaning and speaking habits expressed by intentional gestures and gesticulations of meaning the surrounding differences and identities: As if they are self essential representative of their own truth and certainty, which is supposed to be meant by the demonstrative, intentional form of the expression. While on the other hand, such intentional demonstrative gestures and gesticulations of meaning operate as conditioned forms of expressions of truth beliefs of imagination and memory habits expressed in reaction to the differences and identities pictured (represented by names and descriptions) in deep oblivion of the internal signifying connections of the Use of pictures.
Investigation of High School Students’ Environmental Attitudes in Terms of Some Demographic Variables  [PDF]
Nergiz Koruoglu, Ilker Ugulu, Nurettin Yorek
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2015.613158
Abstract: Studying individuals and students’ attitudes towards environment and factors affecting students to be responsible individuals towards their environment may provide help towards the solution of environmental problems. In this study, it is aimed to evaluate environmental attitudes of high school students in terms of some variables. The sample of the study consists of 330 participants of whom 145 are male and 185 are female having studied in a High School in Balikesir (in western Turkey). In the study, as a means of data collection, Environmental Attitude Scale (EAS) and the personal information form have been used. The EAS which consists of 35 items is composed of 4 sub-dimensions as “Environmental awareness”, “Attitude toward recovery”, “Attitude toward recycling” and “Environmental consciousness and behavior”. According to the findings, considering the analysis of the EAS, statistically a considerable difference was reached between the sub-dimensions of the EAS and the gender, grade and parent education level variables. However, a considerable difference was not found between the branch of students and some sub-dimensions of the EAS.
Journal of Applied Quantitative Methods , 2008,
Abstract: In this study, the effect of population proportion difference (effect size) and the relation between sample sizes on test power in comparing two independent proportions were investigated. At the end of 50 000 simulation experiments it was observed that increasing in the sample size and population proportion difference increase the test power while the controversy decreases it. In the case of studies with equal sample sizes, sufficient test power level (80.0 %) was obtained by 60, 90, 150 and 350 observations when = 0.25, 0.20, 0.15 and 0.10, respectively. On the other hand, it is not available to obtain sufficient power level even for the extremely large sample size taken into consideration (500 observations) when =0.05. Results of this study showed that the inequality in sample size or relations between sample sizes (n2=r.n1 or n1=r.n2) affect the test power. However, total number of observations may be more effective on the test power rather than inequality in sample sizes.
Regression tree analysis for predicting slaughter weight in broilers
Mehmet Mende?,Erkut Akkartal
Italian Journal of Animal Science , 2010, DOI: 10.4081/ijas.2009.615
Abstract: In this study, Regression Tree Analysis (RTA) was used to predict and to determine the most important variables in predicting the slaughter weight of Ross 308 broiler chickens. Data for this study came from 224 chickens raised during three different seasons, namely spring (n=66), summer (n=66), winter (n=92). Second week body weight, shank length, shank width, breast bone length, breast width, breast circumference and body length were used to predict the slaughter weight. Results of RTA showed that among the seven independent variables only four were selected, namely; body weight, breast bone length, shank width, and breast circumference. These selected independent variables were more efficient than the others in predicting the slaughter weight. RTA indicated that the birds which had values of second week body weight >295.95 g, breast bone length >55.82 mm and breast circumference >14.18 cm or that of body weight ≤295.95 g, breast bone length >60.26 mm and shank width >8.32 mm could be expected to have higher slaughter weights.
Digital Waveguides versus Finite Difference Structures: Equivalence and Mixed Modeling
Karjalainen Matti,Erkut Cumhur
EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing , 2004,
Abstract: Digital waveguides and finite difference time domain schemes have been used in physical modeling of spatially distributed systems. Both of them are known to provide exact modeling of ideal one-dimensional (1D) band-limited wave propagation, and both of them can be composed to approximate two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) mesh structures. Their equal capabilities in physical modeling have been shown for special cases and have been assumed to cover generalized cases as well. The ability to form mixed models by joining substructures of both classes through converter elements has been proposed recently. In this paper, we formulate a general digital signal processing (DSP)-oriented framework where the functional equivalence of these two approaches is systematically elaborated and the conditions of building mixed models are studied. An example of mixed modeling of a 2D waveguide is presented.
Comparison of Some Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp)
Erkut Peksen,Cengiz Artik
Journal of Agronomy , 2004,
Abstract: In this study, six cowpea genotypes from different locations in Turkey (Dalbah e, Doganca, Duragan, Igdir, Kirazlik 1 and Kirazlik 2) and two registered cultivars (Akkiz-86 and Karag z-86) as control were compared for their seed yield and yield related characters during 2002 and 2003 years. In addition, correlation and path coefficients between seed yield per plant and yield related characters were determined. The highest seed yields per hectare were obtained from Kirazlik 2 (1120.9 kg ha-1), Doganca (1093.1 kg ha-1), Duragan (1078.6 kg ha-1), Kirazlik 1 (1066.6 kg ha-1), Dalbah e (993.6 kg ha-1) and Igdir (922.1 kg ha-1). Seed yields of Akkiz-86 and Karag z-86 were highly significantly lower than the other genotypes. Karag z-86 was the superior for seed yield per plant (10.70 g plant-1). This followed by Doganca (8.27 g plant-1) and the rest of the genotypes were not statistically different from each other for seed yield per plant. Pod length and 100 seed weight showed a positive and highly significant correlation with seed yield per plant. Path analysis results revealed that pod length had the highest direct positive effect on seed yield per plant, followed by 100 seed weight and pods number per plant. On the other hand, seed yield per plant was directly and negatively affected by first pod height and branches number per plant.
High-Frequency QPOs as a Product of Inner Disk Dynamics around Neutron Stars
M. H. Erkut
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1063/1.3629493
Abstract: The kHz QPOs observed in a neutron star low mass X-ray binary are likely to be produced in the innermost regions of accretion disk around the neutron star. The rotational dynamics of the inner disk can be characterized by the presence of either sub-Keplerian or super-Keplerian accretion flow depending on the relative fastness of the neutron spin as compared to the Keplerian frequency at the inner disk radius. Within the magnetosphere-disk interaction model, the frequency difference between the two kHz QPOs observed in a given source can be estimated to be slightly higher than or nearly around the neutron star spin frequency if the neutron star is a slow rotator and less than the stellar spin frequency if the neutron star is a fast rotator.
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