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*2004
43EEOrkunt Sabuncu, Ferda Nur Alpaslan, Varol Akman: Using Criticalities as a Heuristic for Answer Set Programming. LPNMR 2004: 234-246
42EEVarol Akman, Selim T. Erdogan, Joohyung Lee, Vladimir Lifschitz, Hudson Turner: Representing the Zoo World and the Traffic World in the language of the Causal Calculator. Artif. Intell. 153(1-2): 105-140 (2004)
2003
41EEOrkunt Sabuncu, Ferda Nur Alpaslan, Varol Akman: Using Criticalities as a Heuristics for Answer Set Programming. Answer Set Programming 2003
40EEVarol Akman: Reading McDermott. Artif. Intell. 151(1-2): 227-235 (2003)
2002
39EEAyisigi B. Sevdik, Varol Akman: Internet in the Lives of Turkish Women. First Monday 7(3): (2002)
38EEKemal Altintas, Tolga Aydin, Varol Akman: Censoring the Internet: The Situation in Turkey. First Monday 7(6): (2002)
2001
37 Varol Akman, Paolo Bouquet, Richmond H. Thomason, Roger A. Young: Modeling and Using Context, Third International and Interdisciplinary Conference, CONTEXT, 2001, Dundee, UK, July 27-30, 2001, Proceedings Springer 2001
2000
36 Varol Akman: Introduction to the special issue on philosophical foundations of artificial intelligence. J. Exp. Theor. Artif. Intell. 12(3): 247-250 (2000)
35 Varol Akman, Patrick Blackburn: Editorial: Alan Turing and Artificial Intelligence. Journal of Logic, Language and Information 9(4): 391-395 (2000)
1999
34EEVarol Akman, Ferda Nur Alpaslan: Strawson on Intended Meaning and Context. CONTEXT 1999: 1-14
1998
33EEVarol Akman: Book review: Mind Design II Philosophy, Psychology, and Artificial Intelligence John Haugeland, editor(A 5radford Book The MIT Press Cambridge, MA, 1997 476 pp. ISBN 0-262-58t53-1 (paper) $t9.50 tSBN 0-262-08259-4 (cloth) $40.00). SIGART Bulletin 9(3-4): 33-36 (1998)
1997
32 Erkan Tin, Varol Akman: Situated Nonmonotonic Temporal Reasoning with BABY-SIT. AI Commun. 10(2): 93-109 (1997)
31 Varol Akman, Mehmet Surav: The Use of Situation Theory in Context Modeling. Computational Intelligence 13(3): 427-438 (1997)
30 Varol Akman: John Barwise and Lawrence Moss, Vicious Circles: On the mathematics of Non-Wellfounded Phenomena. Journal of Logic, Language and Information 6(4): 460-464 (1997)
1996
29 Varol Akman, Mehmet Surav: Steps Toward Formalizing Context. AI Magazine 17(3): 55-72 (1996)
28EEErkan Tin, Varol Akman: Situations and Computation: An Overview of Recent Research CoRR cmp-lg/9602002: (1996)
27 Varol Akman, Müjdat Pakkan: Nonstandard Set Theories and Information Management. J. Intell. Inf. Syst. 6(1): 5-31 (1996)
1995
26 Varol Akman: V. Lifschitz, ed., Formalizing Common Sense: Papers by John McCarthy. Artif. Intell. 77(2): 359-369 (1995)
25 Müjdat Pakkan, Varol Akman: HYPERSOLVER: A Graphical Tool for Commonsense Set Theory. Inf. Sci. 85(1-3): 43-61 (1995)
24EEMurat Ersan, Varol Akman: Situated Modeling of Epistemic Puzzles. Logic Journal of the IGPL 3(1): 51-76 (1995)
23 Erkan Tin, Varol Akman, Murat Ersan: Towards Situation-Oriented Programming Languages. SIGPLAN Notices 30(1): 27-36 (1995)
1994
22 Müjdat Pakkan, Varol Akman: Issues in Commonsense Set Theory. Artif. Intell. Rev. 8(4): 279-308 (1994)
21EEMarko Marhl, Varol Akman: On the correct determination of rotational angles for twisted-profiled sweep objects. Computers & Graphics 18(5): 691-694 (1994)
20 Erkan Tin, Varol Akman: Computational Situation Theory. SIGART Bulletin 5(4): 4-17 (1994)
1992
19EEVarol Akman, Ahmet Arslan: Sweeping with all graphical ingredients in a topological picturebook. Computers & Graphics 16(3): 273-281 (1992)
18 Erkan Tin, Varol Akman: Computing with Causal Theories. IJPRAI 6(4): 699-730 (1992)
1991
17 Varol Akman: Undaunted Sets. Bulletin of the EATCS 45: 146-147 (1991)
16 Varol Akman: Implementation of Karp-Luby Monte Carlo Method: An Exercise in Approximate Counting. Comput. J. 34(3): 279-282 (1991)
1990
15 Varol Akman: Review of Actors: A Model of Concurrent Computation in Distributed Systems. AI Magazine 11(4): 92-95 (1990)
14EEVarol Akman: 'Snapshot' of geometric reasoning : Geometric Reasoning J Woodwark (ed) Clarendon Press, Oxford (1989) xvi + 282 pp. Computer-Aided Design 22(10): 675-676 (1990)
13EEVarol Akman, Paul J. W. ten Hagen, Tetsuo Tomiyama: A fundamental and theoretical framework for an intelligent CAD system. Computer-Aided Design 22(6): 352-367 (1990)
1989
12 Varol Akman, Paul J. W. ten Hagen: The Power of Physical Representations. AI Magazine 10(3): 49-65 (1989)
11EEVarol Akman, Wm. Randolph Franklin: Representing objects as rays, or how to pile up an octree? Computers & Graphics 13(3): 373-379 (1989)
10EEVarol Akman, Wm. Randolph Franklin: Ray representation for k-trees. Pattern Recognition Letters 10(5): 315-320 (1989)
1988
9 Wm. Randolph Franklin, Varol Akman: Adaptive Grid for Polyhedral Visibility in Object Space: An Implementation. Comput. J. 31(1): 56-60 (1988)
1987
8 Varol Akman: Unobstructed Shortest Paths in Polyhedral Environments Springer 1987
7 Varol Akman, Paul J. W. ten Hagen, Alfons A. M. Kuijk: A Vector-like Architecture for Raster Graphics. Advances in Computer Graphics Hardware 1987: 137-154
6 Alfons A. M. Kuijk, Paul J. W. ten Hagen, Varol Akman: An Exact Incremental Hidden Surface Removal Algorithm. Advances in Computer Graphics Hardware 1987: 21-37
5EEWm. Randolph Franklin, Varol Akman: A Simple and Efficient Haloed Line Algorithm for Hidden Line Elimination. Comput. Graph. Forum 6(2): 103-109 (1987)
4 Varol Akman: An Algorithm for Determining an Opaque Minimal Forest of a Convex Polygon. Inf. Process. Lett. 24(3): 193-198 (1987)
1986
3 Wm. Randolph Franklin, Varol Akman: Reconstructing Visible Regions from Visible Segments. BIT 26(4): 430-441 (1986)
2 Varol Akman, Wm. Randolph Franklin: On the question "Is Sigma (between 1 and n) root a1 =< L?". Bulletin of the EATCS 28: 16-19 (1986)
1985
1 Wm. Randolph Franklin, Varol Akman, Colin Verrilli: Voronoi diagrams with barriers and on polyhedra for minimal path planning. The Visual Computer 1(2): 133-150 (1985)

Coauthor Index

1Ferda Nur Alpaslan [34] [41] [43]
2Kemal Altintas [38]
3Ahmet Arslan [19]
4Tolga Aydin [38]
5Patrick Blackburn [35]
6Paolo Bouquet [37]
7Selim T. Erdogan [42]
8Murat Ersan [23] [24]
9Wm. Randolph Franklin [1] [2] [3] [5] [9] [10] [11]
10Paul J. W. ten Hagen [6] [7] [12] [13]
11Alfons A. M. Kuijk [6] [7]
12Joohyung Lee [42]
13Vladimir Lifschitz [42]
14Marko Marhl [21]
15Müjdat Pakkan [22] [25] [27]
16Orkunt Sabuncu [41] [43]
17Ayisigi B. Sevdik [39]
18Mehmet Surav [29] [31]
19Richmond H. Thomason [37]
20Erkan Tin [18] [20] [23] [28] [32]
21Tetsuo Tomiyama [13]
22Hudson Turner [42]
23Colin Verrilli [1]
24Roger A. Young [37]

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