Ozkan Kilic

Ozkan Kilic

Doctor of Philosophy

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A cognitive architecture aimed at cumulative learning must provide the necessary information and control structures to allow agents to learn incrementally and autonomously from their experience. This involves managing an agent's goals as well as continuously relating sensory information to these in its perception-cognition information processing st...
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A cognitive architecture aimed at cumulative learning must provide the necessary information and control structures to allow agents to learn incrementally and autonomously from their experience. This involves managing an agent's goals as well as continuously relating sensory information to these in its perception-cognition information stack. The mo...
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This paper introduces a new metamodel-based knowledge representation that significantly improves autonomous learning and adaptation. While interest in hybrid machine learning / symbolic AI systems leveraging, for example, reasoning and knowledge graphs, is gaining popularity, we find there remains a need for both a clear definition of knowledge and...
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This paper introduces a new metamodel-based knowledge representation that significantly improves autonomous learning and adaptation. While interest in hybrid machine learning / symbolic AI systems leveraging, for example, reasoning and knowledge graphs, is gaining popularity, we find there remains a need for both a clear definition of knowledge and...
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Can artificial intelligence systems exhibit superhuman performance, but in critical ways, lack the intelligence of even a single-celled organism? The answer is clearly ‘yes’ for narrow AI systems. Animals, plants, and even single-celled organisms learn to reliably avoid danger and move towards food. This is accomplished via a physical knowledgeprese...
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Can artificial intelligence systems exhibit superhuman general intelligence, but in critical ways, lack the "intelligence" (i.e. the ability to adapt to the environment under limited knowledge and resources) of a simple worm, or single-celled organism? The answer is clearly 'yes' for narrow AI systems. Moreover, artificial general intelligence ("AG...
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Morphological analysis is an important component of natural language processing systems like spelling correction tools, parsers, machine translation systems, and dictionary tools. In this paper, we present TRMOR, a morphological analyzer for Turkish, which uses the SFST tool (Stuttgart Finite-State Transducer). TRMOR can be freely used for academic...
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Eye Movements in Turkish Reading; Silent Reading; Oral Reading; Perceptual Span; Parafoveal Processing
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In the field of medicine, with the introduction of computer systems that can collect and analyze massive amounts of data, many non-invasive diagnostic methods are being developed for a variety of conditions. In this study, our aim is to develop a non-invasive method of classifying respiratory sounds that are recorded by an electronic stethoscope an...
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For a language learner, any new word is a pseudoword. A pseudoword is a string of of letters or phonemes that sounds like an existing word in a language, though it has no meaning in the lexicon. On the other hand, speakers are well aware of permissible phonemes, their frequencies and collocations in their language due to the phonotactics inherent i...
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Design diagrams employed in software development process deliver groups of associated information about the software to be developed. They enhance the perception of the software engineers helping them better understand the software system at various levels of system development process. Today’s fast-changing business environment necessitates the re...
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Nonce words are widely used in linguistic research to evaluate areas such as the acquisition of vowel harmony and consonant voicing, naturalness judgment of loanwords, and children’s acquisition of morphemes. Researchers usually create lists of nonce words intuitively by considering the phonotactic features of the target languages. In this study, a...
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Designing and understanding of diagrammatic representations is a critical issue for the success of software projects because diagrams in this field provide a collection of related information with various perceptual signs and they help software engineers to understand operational systems at different levels of information system development process...
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The aim of the study is to investigate the diagrammatic reasoning and error detection strategies of conceptual modeling representations. Experiments were performed on a notation-familiar group with degrees in computer science related fields and a domain-familiar group with experience in simulated systems. The use of eye tracking and verbal protocol...
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The aim of the study is to investigate and compare experimentally the error finding strategies of a notation-familiar group with degrees in computer science related fields and a domain-familiar group on a simulation conceptual modeling representation based on UML. The use of eye movement and verbal protocols together with performance data underline...
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The terms uninterrupted communication and communication technologies remind us about the satellite network technologies. By focusing on the satellite technology-based fields and corresponding sub-fields in terms of public benefit, a country's strategy, current laws, policies, economics, knowledge, and technology transfers are in the main scope of c...
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Software engineering education has been emerging as an independent and mature discipline. Accordingly, various studies are being done to provide guidelines for curriculum design. The main focus of these guidelines is around core and foundation courses. This paper summarizes the current problems of software engineering education programs. It also pr...
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The premise of unsupervised statistical learning methods lies in a cognitively very plausible assumption that learning starts with an unlabeled dataset. Unfortunately such datasets do not offer scalable performance without some semi-supervision. We use 0.25% of METU-Turkish Corpus for manual segmentation to extract the set of morphemes (and morphs)...

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Introduce a new model of knowledge and an AGI framework based on this model