Caglar Cengizler

Caglar Cengizler
Cukurova University | CU · Department of Biomedical Engineering

Doctor of Engineering

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September 2012 - present
Cukurova University
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Publications (22)
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Despite advances in medical technologies, Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) continues to be a problem for neonatal intensive care units. Analysis of crying sounds may be a valuable tool for predicting neonatal disease. However, the characteristics of crying in newborns with HIE are still unclear. One of the factors limiting the ability to focus...
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Tomography is simply generation of cross-sectional images of body via any kind of penetrating wave. Today, tomography is one of the most popular medical imaging modalities that is mostly preferred for monitoring body internals to search for any kind of abnormalities. In this article, it is aimed to review some of the most successful implementations...
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IJABE is a peer reviewed open access scientific journal. Accepts high quality scientific articles in English. IJABE is published quarterly and completely free for both authors and readers which means there is no charge for submission, processing or publication of manuscripts. IJABE is an interdisciplinary journal and scope of the journal includes a...
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Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) would be defined as functional brain disorder that occurs when the brain does not receive sufficient oxygen or blood flow for a certain period of time. existence and severity of the disorder is mostly diagnosed by an expert physician. In this study, implementation of a automated classification mechanism is aime...
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Background and Objectives Spina bifida is a fetal spine defect observed during pregnancy. The defect is caused by unfinished closure of the embryonic neural column. Common diagnosis of the defect is still based on manual examination which aims to detect any deformation on spinal axis. This study proposes a novel evolutionary method for locating sp...
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Spina bifida is a birth defect caused by incomplete closing around the spinal cord. Spina bifida is diagnosed in a number of different ways. One approach involves searching for a deformity in the spinal axis via ultrasound. Although easy to apply, this approach requires a highly trained clinician to locate the abnormality due to the noise and disto...
Conference Paper
Condylomatosis is one of the most common histopathological types of malignant tumors. The high probability of delayed intervention due to its prevalence and misdiagnosis makes proactive approaches to these cases essential. In this study, data collected from 858 patients in "Hospital Universitario de Caracas" hospital in Caracas, Venezuela were exam...
Thesis
Spina bifida (SP) is a spine defect observed when a baby is still in the womb. The defect is caused by unfinished closure of the embryonic neural column. This thesis proposes a combination of novel nature inspired methods for locating spinal axis on sonograms, where deformation due to spina bifida is observed. The method involves a flocking dynamic...
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An unsupervised feature selection and classification approach is presented for automated discrimination of Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle tree leaves in this study. Experimental setup is consist of a total of 20 different tree specimens and 735 leaf images taken from Leafsnap Dataset where a binary mask is extracted from each of the leaves. 10...
Conference Paper
An unsupervised machine learning approach is presented for automated classification of Ailanthus altissima tree leaves in this study. Experimental setup is consist of a total of 390 leaf images taken from leafsnap dataset where a binary mask is extracted from each of the leaves. There are ten different tree specimens in the dataset and it was expec...
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In this paper, the classification capability of Calinski-Harabasz criterion as an internal cluster validation measure has been evaluated for clustering-based region discrimination on cervical cells. In this approach, subregions in the sample image are initially randomly constructed to be the individuals of the population. At each generation, indivi...
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The extraction of overlapping cell nuclei is a critical issue in automated diagnosis systems. Due tothe similarities between overlapping and malignant nuclei, misclassification of the overlapped regionscan affect the automated systems¿ final decision. In this paper, we present a method for detectingoverlapping cell nuclei in Pap smear samples. Judg...
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A novel deformable model for unsupervised segmentation of cervical cells within Pap smear images is presented in this paper. The proposed method is inspired by fluid mechanics and based on the simulation of incompressible fluid flood via grid-based solution of Navier–Stokes equations. In this approach, simulation starts inside the cytoplasmic regio...
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In this study, development of a wearable embedded system design for real time motion tracking and processing is aimed. Real time motion data is captured by bendable textile sensors. . Accordingly, the rate of angle changes in the joints are measured by conductive impregnated fibers inside the sensing regions. Resistance of such fibers change due to...
Thesis
Today, cancer is one of the most important health issues of humanity. Diagnosis of cancer is based on examination of tissue samples, taken from patients by pathologists. One of the most common types of cancer is cervical cancer and it’s diagnosis is made by Pap-smear test which is based on visual examinations of biopsy samples under microscope...
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In this study, new speech sounds were created for Turkish letters from the allophones listed in SpeakJet Magnevation complex sound synthesizer IC, which is intended for English, by selecting and paring the most similiar phonems. Consequently, Turkish Text to Speech synthesizer was implemented with minimum enviroment elements and no physical modific...

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Proposed method relies on an evolutionary algorithm where each individual represents a solution to the classi cation problem.