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1 CYCLE Environment Administration Legislation Technology Community Operation Economy inventory exchange strategy audit awareness innovation

2 object process instrument agent state attribute 19.05.02 Graphical Description of Natures’ Beauties

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4 STORM xxx yyy zzz aaa

5 acting processes components actorsdirectors selection analysis stagers backgroundexperiences realisation development dramatists motivation concentration score beat enhancing attention dramastage relaxation improvisation mannerism speech audience language body visual

6 MS Learning Plan BASIC VISUAL BASIC VISUAL STUDIO SECURITY DIRECTX SQL ASP LONGHORN ACTIVEX COM+ ADO SNA UML ORM CE SERVER

7 New model Education Legislation Admistration after i-ching # Systemics* Physics Chemistry Biology Ecology Sociology Technology * http://www.isss.org/taste.html # http://pacificcoast.net/~wh/Index.html

8 Strategies for Enhancing Individual Well-being in Personal Relations Composition: who is involved Couple Sibling Peer Friend Adult Adopted Cross Caregiver Conflict: why does it occur Misunderstanding Mismatch Incompatibility Abuse Prejudice Stigma Expectation Attachment Aggression Anxiety Anger Competition Dominance Jealousy Violence Cooperation: how can be solved Acceptance Disclosure Balance Network Autonomy Privacy Reciprocity Attraction Solidarity Commitment Companionship Appreciation Tolerance Intimacy Forgiveness Character: why does it vary Open Polite Reliable Assertive Confident Flexible Dedicated Whole ommunication: what can be done Greeting Understanding Attraction Articulation Solidarity Empowerment Closing Context: where to go (NGO) BNV AÇEV TEMA TOG TV ICDE EDEN Cycle: when Start Approach Climax Block Break End Reflect Conclusion: which next Emulation Accommodation Facilitation Intervention Withdraw Asymmetry Choice Development * Family Organization Internal External Reproduction **************** Emulation * Community Strategy (WSE) Trust Body language Skills

9 Kilyos-Bahçeköy Community Development Community Development (leader) Toprak, B. Political (national, regional) Esmer, Y. Economical (micro, macro) Adaman, F. Social (micro, macro) Öncü,A. Legal (national, regional) Buğra, A. Moral (public, private) Çötüsöken, B. Technology (high, basic) Barlas, Y. Ecological (national, regional) Kocasoy, G. Medical (preventive, curative) Ülgen, Y. Cutural (art, literature) Eldem, E.. Educational (basic, adult) Akarsu, F. Sponsors: UN, Padova, Barcelona, London, Siemens, Open_Society, Ford 12.10.03

10 introduction conclusion struggle Genetics : mismatch Education: elite Frustrations: seniors Achievements: juniors Reflection: happiness Legacy: path

11 information: temperature, pressure, volume credit: stock, cash, bond people : secretary, director, driver equipment : printer, lift, box material : paper, ink, pencil schedule: day, week, month

12 Population youngadultsenior location dietary activity genetics normaloverweightobese fat colinearity among nutrients variety health therapy consumption daily weekly age weight nutrients vegetables longitudinal demographic drugs gender

13 knowledge universe star planet substance life flora fauna animal human motives artifacts documents tools physics chemistry biology philosophy psychology sociology space time movement transformation behaviour static dynamic instinct purpose survival excellence record achieve

14 identification interpolation of the attributes single points on the surface of the attributes missing points on the surface aggregationof the attributes particular areas on the surface inductionof the common Wetland Forest Agriland Farmland Residence Commerce Industry Coordinates Use Volume x,y,z salinity, sex,.. GEOGRAPHY attributesin areas on the surface

15 CITY BUILDINGS WATERFRONTS WALLS GARDENS STREETS RAILWAYS AIRPORTS monuments ports bridges schools hospitals houses temples towers parkings markets stations roadcrossings 8.02.04

16 Joint Force 2004 WBANK BNV ICDE BIM BULIB QMER MEB ERG GAZİ TED EREC TBD EDEN MSAKA EARLI YORET

17 Complex Adaptive Systems physicalsocial methods analysis synthesis technical hypothesis strategive normative operative hierarchy phenomena individual society survivalevolution 1.11.03 Properties: fixed + emergent

18 SPIDER xxx yyy zzz

19 Integration education aesthetics technology ecology philosophy ?

20 registar library security computer personal relations deanship press construction 12.05.03 audit

21 resources schedulesregulationsjobs adequateconflictlessacceptable atractive LEARNING PROCESSES CIRCUMSTANCES INPUTSOUTPUTS assigmentsevaluationscontactsassesments skills expectations personalities* motivation skills expectations personalities* motivation effective** relevantfairsufficient ~reliable higher high *= values, believes, behaviour, habits, feelings, mood, inspiration, attitude, attention, powers (of all parties involved ) **=acquisiton, creation, delivery Fuzzy Model Building for Human Learning Dynamics (variables, ranges, spaces, memberships, rules, model, validation) FOR THEN

22 NY NA AD ZB AC RO GY KO DN JV OS ÜŞ SB ZB EK Eİ Dİ Kİ TT IB AI

23 PHILOSOPHY ECONOMY PHYSICS POLITICS GEOGRAPHY EDUCATION SOCIOLOGY 27.12.04 CULTURE MEDICINE Land River Coast Climate Krist BIOLOGY Mountain Water ECOLOGY

24 PHILOSOPHY ECONOMY TECHNOLOGY POLITICS EDUCATION mediation distribution responsability awarness PSYCHOLOGY SOCIOLOGY justification equality solidarity Education Research Center 23.11.04 ART LITERATURE deliberation visualization A multidisciplinary approach GK,SY,Eİ

25 QUERY ? xxx

26 Complete Assignment Complete Classwork Complete Labwork Complete Final Prepare Draft Review discussions Give feedback Use examples Check peers Hang draft Do presentation Survey documents Follow outline Obtain information Ask help Notice evaluation Show slides Make improvements

27 example COURSE instructor learner organizer assignment implements completes announces registers assesses evaluates releases

28 STUDENT TEACHER ADMINISTRATION discipline schedule curriculum regulates implements imposes dislikes follows grade gives objects evaluates decides agreement forges

29 GRADE Student Teacher Administration effort criteria + evaluation + expectation policies load - average - - information + encouragement - evaluation objection skills ambition + - influence conflict - understandingobjectives constraints

30 grade theme work class list meeting schedule register quota exposure 17.07.03 record select freeze check get prepare enter share guide evaluate review policy motivation skill negotiation propose adopt w-7 inform w-3 w+0 w+n outline assess conflict

31 Fuzzy Logic logic iak fuzzy set uses rules uses has smooth set iak boundaries element has antecendent consequent has range has universe has name number can be membership type crip set has membership function membership degree possibility iak value defines has defines define linguistic variable has term uses inference operator uses hedge can have solves by implication aggregation defuzzification turns to reduces by has two can be multi 19.06.03 fuzzification turns to fires relation form

32 citizens institutions providers profitwelfare survival max world peace = max profit (max welfare + max survival) world peace

33 ? You always want what you cannot get

34 life nature culture industry art visual music drama ecology biology cinema script theater scene shot editing closure continuity fade split context horror Knowledge Umbrella Chart 24.10.04 character event crime in out footage soundtrack narrative humour aperture fabula cutting dissolving playback screen off on flashback close-up pace superimposition setting morphing

35 SPACE

36 30 29 28 27 26 25 24

37 Green areas at the heart of life move rest earn provide

38 Anatomy of a park : the essentials of recreation area planning and design / [by] Albert J. Rutledge. Illus. by Donald J. Molnar. New York : McGraw-Hill, 1971] sun rain cloud pond catering wind signpost steps fauna trees restroom flora safety bench play service road grass monument access 13.07.04 greenhouse exhibition

39 0,0,0 1,0,0 0,1,0 0,0,1 1,0,1 1,1,0 1,1,1.... ????

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41 Text...................

42 TIME

43 Health Expenditures Health Standing Geographical Standing Welfare Budget Limit Life Expentancy Life Quality City Budget Contribution + + - + + + + + + - + -

44 www.gppnresearch.org/ about/sdmodel.html credit people material equipment -

45 www.gppnresearch.org/ about/sdmodel.html credit people material equipment -

46 conflict leader (aggressiveness) military relation

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48 increase / decrease credit people equipment material stock System Dynamics 7.11.03 + - 2 1 + + 4 6 - + 3 7 + 5 sensitivity perturbation divergence ITERATION

49 MATRIX xxx

50 AGENTS OBJECTS EVENTS CALENDERS CAUSES CONSTRUCTS PLACES who what where how when why which Men, animal House, men Europe, school Meeting, expedition Modern, ancient Economical, social Go, move

51 creditpeopleequipmentmaterial infirmaryCEYRANDEMİRCİCEPEAYBAR laboratoryİGÜNAKINKOÇDELİJA conferenceKAYATOPAÇANKÖRGÜL libraryKÖSEDAĞDALANKÖROĞLUKOÇAK centerSAVRANIŞIKLIMUHAMEDZYAKUÇKAROV cateringAKSUKARAÇELEBİŞENCANTARLA dormKARAKUŞKOCATAŞTÜZERÇELİKPENÇE transportYANARSESLİYAKARYILMAZEVMEK marketGÖRELTEMİZSİMŞEKKAHRAMAN multiple service

52 CaptureAnalysisCreation collaborationcategorizationinterpolation facilitationstandardizationanimation representationcodificationinnovation externalizationidentificationdissemination

53 codeexample TransactionTomake tea AgentByjanitor ViewIn order torecover energy CustomerBystaff EnvironmentSubject toavailable tea given OwnerByadministration

54 Commandments for the universal well being :

55 Education Golden Rules Motivation Classification Deliberation Reflection Evaluation 7.05.01

56 Search Recognize Classify Understand Predict Decide Control MENTAL MODELS EXAMPLES 22.07.03 To: FA path class categories media * outcome solution system + Try routes Group sets Set values Find exit Give output Choose way Fix output ? * text, sound, graph after Winston, P.H., 1984

57 Instructors as Center Directors S1 S8000 S2 S20 I1I2I400I4 20.11.04 T1T40

58 FRAME xxx yyy zzz aaa

59 PHILOSOPHY GEOGRAPHY MEDICINEECONOMY TECHNOLOGY POLITICS EDUCATION spaceformation prevention conformation contribution responsability awarness governance LAW PSYCHOLOGY SOCIOLOGY WELFARE food shelter security leisure freedom equality solidarity obesity hills >>> plateaus senior

60 Developmental Approach WELFARE SOCIOLOGY ECONOMY MEDICINE TECHNOLOGY foodleisure sheltersecurity personal social construction distribution production consumption art literature

61 ROADMAP

62 INSTRUCTOR LEARNER 1 LEARNER 2 writereadlinkaccount

63 On education To:OK Review literature Involve stakeholders Engage learner Mentor graduate Design curriculum Prepare schedule 3.04.04 Empower partners Education today needs to be revitalized Learners should be aware of frontier research Employers, parents, educators, etc. must be involved Modular schedule with team teaching adopted Top down approach enhances motivation Life long learning must be encouraged Learner should be like a partner Active participation in the class via projects

64 15.05.03 philosophy history culturejusticeeconomy politics psychology society ideas events behaviour values esthetics laworder path for happiness

65 Assembly 5BoardSenate1/5 4Rector 3Deans 2CommitteesFaculties1/2 Staff

66 The instructor as the knowledge manager: the bridge between data and knowledge (“wisdomflow”) Manager Expert User repository 28.04.03 To: AB store add request search sourceinterfacesink respond queryretrieve data >>>> information >>> knowledge MINDSCAPINGsoftware click SIS-Model Self-knowledge

67 War as a dilemma for humanity actorsobjects places Roadmap phone events dates father mother son daughter knife book lovely pen old house park office school visit wedding greeting travel warm yesterday today 12.01.04 summer large last

68 slides file Presentation Skills Objects and relations

69 examples

70 Tour outline Parse sentences Define keywords Link text Combine others Find new Conclude ideas Compile roadmap 2 weeks each 88 slides

71 Tour outline Parse sentences Define keywords Link text Combine others Find new Conclude ideas Compile roadmap 12

72 Tour outline Parse sentences Define keywords Link text Combine others Find new Conclude ideas Compile roadmap 12

73 Tour outline Parse sentences Define keywords Link text Combine others Find new Conclude ideas Compile roadmap

74 Tour outline Parse sentences Define keywords Link text Combine others Find new Conclude ideas Compile roadmap with boxes 48

75 Tour outline Parse sentences Define keywords Link text Combine others Find new Conclude ideas Compile roadmap 6

76 Tour outline Parse sentences Define keywords Link text Combine others Find new Conclude ideas Compile roadmap 6

77 Tour outline Parse sentences Define keywords Link text Combine others Find new Conclude ideas Compile roadmap with animation 4

78 Education for the Mining from a Recognition Knowledge System,

79 Title Murat Taşkın BU Multiple Level for a Student Service “Knowledge Base System”

80 Introduction Aim To propose the implementation of Multiple Level Student Service Knowledge Base System.

81 Outline Introduction Includes design of a Knowledge Base System, the Multiple Level paradigm, and a Student Service proposal.

82 Background 12 slides !!!!! 4 key words

83 Infirmary Laboratory Conference Library Center Catering

84 Dorm Transport Market Capital People Equipment Material

85 Title Murat Taşkın BU Equipment Level for a Student Laboratory “Knowledge Base System”


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