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Teneke mahalles in the late Ottoman capital: A socio-spatial ground for the co-inhabitation of Roma immigrants and the local poor
(Liverpool Univ Press, 2018)
The term teneke mahalle, literally "tin can neighbourhood," has been widely used since the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878 to describe a specific kind of urban fabrication, possibly poor and physically dilapidated, but also ...
Understanding the role of urban form in explaining transportation and recreational walking among children in a logistic GWR model: A spatial analysis in Istanbul, Turkey
(Elsevier Sci Ltd, 2020)
This study aims to examine associations between urban form factors generally, and street network configuration in particular, and walking for different purposes among children in Istanbul, Turkey. Parents of randomly ...
FEATURE SELECTION FOR THE PREDICTION OF TROPOSPHERIC OZONE CONCENTRATION USING A WRAPPER METHOD
(Tsi Press, 2011)
High concentrations of ozone (O-3) in the lower troposphere increase global warming, and thus affect climatic conditions and human health. Especially in metropolitan cities like Istanbul, ozone level approximates to security ...
Identifying Effective Variables Using Mutual Information and Building Predictive Models of Sulfur Dioxide Concentration with Support Vector Machines
(Foundation Environmental Protection & Research-Fepr, 2010)
Sulfur dioxide (SO2) is an issue of increasing public concern due to its recognized adverse effects on human health. Therefore, accurate SO2 prediction models are very important tools in developing public warning strategies. ...