Yucel Batu Salman

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A usable medical information system should allow for reliable and accurate interaction between users and the system in emergencies. A participatory design approach was used to develop a medical information system in two Turkish hospitals. The process consisted of task and user analysis, an icon design survey, initial icon design, final icon design and(More)
Mobile phones are increasingly becoming ubiquitous computational devices that are almost always available, individually adaptable, and nearly universally connectable (using both wide area and short range communication capabilities). Up to now, mobile phones have been used in purpose of the fact that we can send SMS messages among each other, save our(More)
CAPTCHA is a standard defense system which stands for Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Human Apart. The basic idea of CAPCHA is providing questions that human users can easily recognize and answer but computer programs cannot. In this study, an interactive 3D CAPTCHA was introduced, and developed for better security. The design(More)
Healthcare authorities have recognized the potential of information technology (IT) systems to improve the quality of service and provide better patient care. It is not easy to develop software applications that meet quality standards, time pressure, and budget constraints without making a predictive preparation. It is crucial to collect accurate data in a(More)
E-learning refers to the use of telecommunication technology to deliver information for education with a broad array of solutions. In the information age, the central concept of education has switched from teacher-centered to learner-centered education. Many studies proved the advantages of implementing teaching methods to the web environment and the(More)
The field of dentistry lacks satisfactory tools to help visualize planned procedures and their potential results to patients. Dentists struggle to provide an effective image in their patient's mind of the end results of the planned treatment only through verbal explanations. Thus, verbal explanations alone often cannot adequately help the patients make a(More)
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