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A Case of Pericardial Cyst with an Atypical Location (Paratracheal) Which was Removed by Mediastinoscopy
ülkü Yaz?c?,Taner Ege,Erkmen Gülhan,?rfan Tastepe
Turk Toraks Dergisi , 2010,
Abstract: The incidence rate of pericardial cysts accounts for nearly 7% of all mediastinal cysts. They occur in one in 100.000 people. They may either be of congenital origin or acquired. Their most common location is the right anterior cardiophrenic angle. This is a report of a case who underwent mediastinoscopy for a 3x4 cm coelomic pericardial cyst with an atypical location in the paratracheal area. A paratracheal cyst was incidentally detected in a 41 year old male patient. The cyst was in the upper right mediastinum with a paratracheal location. The patient underwent mediastinoscopy and the cyst was completely removed. Postoperative pathology reported a coelomic pericardial cyst. The patient was discharged on the 3rd postoperative day. Mediastinoscopy is a less invasive method compared to median sternotomy, thoracotomy and VATS in a mediastinal cyst.
Different typologies of workplace conflict and their connections with post traumatic embitterment disorder (PTED)  [PDF]
Harald Ege
Health (Health) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/health.2010.23033
Abstract: Reported is an empirical study which shows that Post-Traumatic Embitterment Disorder (PTED) is the most appropriate psychological diagnosis for victims of workplace conflicts, particularly bullying. A group of 118 people all reporting conflict at work were evaluated with the LIPT questionnaire, the PTED self-rating scale and a guided psychological interview. 91.5% proved to be affected by a PTED, the slight majority males, aged between 31 and 40 years and subjected to bullying. The evidence suggests that some workplace conflict victims who are presently diagnosed and treated as depression or phobia can be in fact cases of PTED. The treatment may be adjusted and the PTED scale may be used as a screening in-strument similar to scales for anxiety and depressive disorders.
Trust Management for Mobile Media Distribution  [PDF]
Raimund K. Ege
Engineering (ENG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2013.512112
Abstract:

Multimedia content delivery to capable smart phones with high-speed next-generation Internet connectivity is becoming commonplace. However, the openness of delivery demands adaptive and robust management of intellectual property rights. The purpose of this article is to describe a framework to address the central issues in content delivery: a scalable peer-to-peer-based content delivery model. Our method pairs the delivery with a secure access control model that enables data providers to secure a return from making their original content available. Our work resulted in a prototype implementation written in Java that includes a client for the Android mobile platform. Adding robust trust management to scalable peer-to-peer content delivery is the major significance of our work.

An Integrated Air Data / GPS Navigation System for Helicopters  [PDF]
Taner Mutlu, Chingiz Hajiyev
Positioning (POS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/pos.2011.22010
Abstract: In this study, the integration of two navigation systems Air Data System (ADS) and Global Positioning System (GPS) was aimed. ADS is a widely used navigation system which measures static and total air pressure and the air temperature. ADS has high sampling frequency and poor accuracy, on the other hand, another navigation system GPS has high accuracy compared to ADS but lower sampling frequency.Kalman Filter is used to integrate and minimize the errors of the two navigation systems. By this integration a navigation system with high sampling frequency and high accuracy is aimed. Another object is to calculate the wind speed with high accuracy.
On some inequalities for the gamma function
I. Ege
Applied Mathematical Sciences , 2013,
Abstract: In this paper, we give some inequalities involving the gamma functionusing its integral representation and the concepts of neutrices.
The Evaluation of the Patients with Clefts in Aegean Region in Turkey between the Years 2000 to 2011  [PDF]
Ege Dogan, Erdal Is?ksal, Servet Dogan
Open Journal of Stomatology (OJST) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojst.2014.46042
Abstract: Purpose: The evaluation of the patients with clefts; the number, type, distribution by gender, etiological factors in Aegean region in Turkey between the years 2000 to 2011. Material and Method: The patients with clefts who referred to Ege University from different cities were evaluated. The number of the clefts, the type of the clefts, and the causative etiological factors which were known, were recorded for each year separately, from 2000 to 2011. At the same time, the distribution of the gender was made for each year. Chi-square test is used for the statistical evaluation. Results: According to the results of the study, the numbers of the patients with clefts were increased day by day. Totally 741 (49.6% female, 50.4% male) patients with clefts were identified. Unilateral complete cleft lip and palate appeared in the left side was seen more in males (23.8%), while seconder palate cleft was seen more in females (16.7%). Drugs, which were used in the first trimester of the pregnancy, were the most seen etiological factors for the clefts (42.5%), while genetic was 23.3% only. Conclusion: The prevention for one of the mostly seen congenital anomaly; cleft lip and palate is still unknown. For this reason, the determination of the newborn babies with cleft lip and palate has an important role in order to give these patients more effective treatment.
PERTEV TEVF K AND MUAHEDE (TREATY) NEWSPAPER ABSTRACT PERTEV TEVF K VE MUAHEDE GAZETES
Taner ASLAN
Turkish Studies , 2011,
Abstract: The Muahede, which was owned by Pertev Tevfik Bey and edited by ehabettin Süleyman Bey, began its publication life as newspaper in stanbul on October 18, 1910 with the tag line “Demokrasi Mesle inin Hadim ve Müdafii” (The Servant and Defender of Democracy). It was a daily newspaper with political, economic and literary content. Its publication life did not last long in the convulsive atmosphere of the Second Constitutional Era and only 24 issues were printed. The newspaper, which adopted the mission of promoting the ideas of democracy and liberties among the public, criticized the policies of ttihat ve Terakki (The Union and Progress Party) government especially with respect to these aspects. The publication did not hesitate to write about the political and administrative mistakes of the government even in a period when martial law was in effect and those newspapers writing against the government were closed down. It asked the government to adopt democratic means in accordance with the spirit of constitutionalism. The newspaper expressed the view that the regime of constitutionalism can be completely established in the country only with the implementation of a democratic government. While emphasizing the importance of the role the press must play in the development of democracy, the publication foregrounded the press as the essential element of a democracy. By criticizing the censorship practices, it asserted the idea that censorship was a barrier for the development of democracy. By frequently referring to the ideas of democracy, the articles in the publication often included terms like constitutionalism, justice, freedom, Kanun- Esasi (Main Constitution) and democracy, so that these terms could be better understood by the general public. The newspaper pursued a policy which aimed to promote the development of the state socially, economically, administratively and politically. The newspaper, which stated that the mission of the press was to place the problems of the society on the agenda, thereby directing the attention of the government to these problems, as well as informing the public about all kinds of developments, wrote about the problems and difficulties encountered by the people of Anatolia and tried to influence the government towards the solution of these problems. Despite the Press Law (Matbuat Kanunu), it bravely wrote about administrative weaknesses, corruption, abuse and mistakes. Moreover, as a supporter of the policy of Ottomanism, the paper also wrote about the social, cultural, administrative and educational problems of the Christi
The Amnesty Implementations of II. Constitutional Monarchy Period
Taner Aslan
Journal of Gazi Academic View , 2009,
Abstract: One of the most significant advantages of the II. Constitutional Monarchy is the grant of the freedoms. The Committee Of Union And Progress enabled a general amnesty and issued the freedom rights for the prisoners of the preceding period. However this narrowly extended amnesty brought about a reaction inside and outside the country, and the government enlarged the extent of the amnesty in order to prevent this reaction and to regain the trust of the society. The political crimes, ordinary crimes as well as those who had ended up one third of their penalties were included in the scope of the amnesty. In some cases it was observed that some of those are with major crimes also made use of the amnesty, which removed the objectivity of the amnesty. In the research the amnesty law and those who benefited from the law were studied.
Evaluating The Impact of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) on The Culture of School: Strategies and Implications For Teacher Education
Taner ALTUN
Journal of Kirsehir Education Faculty , 2006,
Abstract: This study aims to give some insights about challenging issues in coping with the rapidly changing world, and outlines the main issues in the educational change process and the role of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) within this process. The other aim of this study is to seek answers for questions such as: does ICTreally affect the culture of schools? If so, in which direction and which part of a school feels its impact most? Does ICT really change the school or ICT just contributes to change? And finally, what are the most challenging implications for teacher education? The study based on the literature review, in which contemporary research on thediscussion of educational change and the role of IC T in this process is reflected in the article. The study analyses and important the critical place of ICT in today’s schools and draws conclusions about some issues which are crucial for teacher professional development. The article ends with some practical suggestions for Initial Teacher Education(ITE) institutions for overcoming the difficulty of change through ICT.
Information And Communications Technology (ICT) In Initial Teacher Education: What Can Turkey Learn From Range Of International Perspectives?
Taner ALTUN
Journal of Turkish Science Education , 2007,
Abstract: This study aims to review the strategies of preparing pre-service teachers to use new technologies to enhance subject matter training in teacher education (ITE) programs in various contexts, and intends to come out with the some possible ways of pedagogically appropriate integration of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) into Turkish ITE programs. Through the literature review, perspectives from German, British, American, Japanese and Turkish ITE programs are examined in terms of the diffusion of ICT and as a result general strategies of integrating ICT into the ITE programs are articulated. Literature suggests that there are four essential factors which need to be taken in to consideration when ICT is intended to be implemented into ITE. These vital factors are; ICT infrastructure and physical resources, curriculum and policy development, training lecturers and pedagogical training of teachers in ICT. At the end of the paper, a critical analysis about pedagogically appropriate integration of ICT into ITE programs is made.
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