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  • Selim Balcısoy, Berrin Yanıkoğlu, +5 authors Ekrem Serin
  • 2006
Visualization techniques for geographic data show vast variations which are well-developed over centuries. While most of the known techniques are sound for low dimensional data sets, few techniques exist for visualization of high dimensional data within the geographic framework. This thesis investigates visualization of temporal, high dimensional network(More)
With the advent of e-learning, there is a strong demand for tools that help to create e-learning courses in an automatic or semi-automatic way. While resources for new courses are often freely available, they are generally not properly structured into easy to handle units. In this paper, we investigate how state of the art text segmentation algorithms can(More)
The puzzle assembly problem has many application areas such as restoration and reconstruction of archeological findings, repairing of broken objects, solving jigsaw type puzzles, molecular docking problem, etc.. This paper presents a new approach to the puzzle assembly problem that is based on using textural features and geometrical constraints. The texture(More)
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