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Publisher and Date:(Elsevıer, 2020)Whether it be long-term, like year-ahead, or short-term, such as hour-ahead or day-ahead, forecasting of electricity demand is crucial for the success of deregulated electricity markets. The stochastic nature of the demand for electricity, along with parameters such as temperature, humidity, and work habits, eventually causes deviations from expected demand. In this paper, we propose a feedback-based forecasting methodology in which the hourly prediction by a Fourier series expansion is updated ...
What Can We Estimate From Fatality and Infectious Case Data Using the Susceptible-Infected-Removed (SIR) Model? A Case Study of Covid-19 Pandemic Authors:
Publisher and Date:(Frontıers Medıa Sa, 2020)The rapidly spreading Covid-19 that affected almost all countries, was first reported at the end of 2019. As a consequence of its highly infectious nature, countries all over the world have imposed extremely strict measures to control its spread. Since the earliest stages of this major pandemic, academics have done a huge amount of research in order to understand the disease, develop medication, vaccines and tests, and model its spread. Among these studies, a great deal of effort has been invested ...
Revisiting the Britain-US-Turkey triangle during the transition from Pax Britannica to Pax Americana (1947-1957) Authors:
Publisher and Date:(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francıs Ltd, 2020)This article analyses the triangular relations between Britain, the United States and Turkey in the volatile Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean region at the advent of the Cold War. It examines the political, economic and military strategies that enabled Turkey to adapt to the transitional period from the Pax Britannica to the Pax Americana (1947-1957) in the Middle East and the Eastern Mediterranean. By focusing on this turbulent decade extending from the Truman Doctrine (1947) to the Eisenhower ...
Across dimensions: Two- and three-dimensional phase transitions from the iterative renormalization-group theory of chains Authors:
Publisher and Date:(2020)Sharp two- and three-dimensional phase transitional magnetization curves are obtained by an iterative renormalization-group coupling of Ising chains, which are solved exactly. The chains by themselves do not have a phase transition or nonzero magnetization, but the method reflects crossover from temperaturelike to fieldlike renormalization-group flows as the mechanism for the higher-dimensional phase transitions. The magnetization of each chain acts, via the interaction constant, as a magnetic ...
The role ofco-regulationof stress in the relationship between perceived partner responsiveness and binge eating: A dyadic analysis Authors:
Publisher and Date:(Ohn Wıley & Sons Ltd, 2020)The main aim of this study is to investigate whether there are relationships between perceived partner responsiveness (PPR), co-regulation of negative affect between romantic partners and binge eating. Data were collected from 148 opposite-sex romantic partners (18-61 years old) with the mean relationship duration being 8.04 years. Dyadic data were analysed through the actor-partner interdependence model framework. We proposed a model where co-regulation between partners has indirect effects on ...