Volkan Gunes

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The Cyber-Physical System (CPS) is a term describing a broad range of complex, multi-disciplinary, physically-aware next generation engineered system that integrates embedded computing technologies (cyber part) into the physical world. In order to define and understand CPS more precisely, this article presents a detailed survey of the related work,(More)
The demand for compute cycles needed by embedded systems is rapidly increasing. In this paper, we introduce the XGRID embedded many-core system-on-chip architecture. XGRID makes use of a novel, FPGA-like, programmable interconnect infrastructure, offering scalability and deterministic communication using hardware supported message passing among cores. Our(More)
This paper presents an analysis framework for correct system operation (i.e. system success) of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) that deploy binary sensors with possible faults. We discuss potential faults in the interface part of such systems and address solutions for those faults in order to build dependable and reliable CPS applications. As a practical tool,(More)
The smart building, as an application of the cyber-physical systems (CPSs), plays an important role in everyday lives of people. Thermal comfort and energy efficiency are primary goals for HVAC systems in smart buildings. Since the controllers of the HVACs heavily rely on data of sensors that are deployed in the buildings, temporary or permanent sensor(More)
Building Effective Partnerships Between Vascular Surgeons and Podiatric Physicians in the Effective Management of Diabetic Foot Ulcers Timothy Wu and Rabih A. Chaer (on behalf of the Society for Vascular Surgery Young Surgeons Committee) and Nichol L. Salvo (on behalf of the American Podiatric Medical Association Young Physicians’ Leadership Panel) V O L U(More)
BACKGROUND We sought to report the clinical results of a new conservative treatment modality that uses a shape memory alloy device in patients with ingrown toenail. METHODS A retrospective review was performed on 41 patients with ingrown toenail treated with the K-D device (S&C Biotech, Seoul, South Korea) between April 2013 and July 2014. Recurrence(More)
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