Research interests of Pattern Analysis and Recognition (PAR) Group are mainly on pattern analysis and pattern recognition.
The aim of pattern recognition is to classify objects of interest, or patterns, into appropriate categories or classes. A pattern recognition system mainly consists of a feature extraction mechanism that computes numeric or symbolic information from the patterns, and a learning algorithm (classifier) that executes the classification process of patterns using the extracted features. Pattern analysis plays also an important role to find out the discriminative features so that both processing time and accuracy of the recognition model are improved.
"Automatic Traffic Sign Detection and Recognition System", funded by Anadolu University under grant no. 1304F061, 2013-2015.
"Health Status Monitoring of Drivers using Physiological Signals", funded by Eskisehir Osmangazi University under grant no. 201215037, 2012-2015.
"Identification of SMS Spam Messages on Smartphones", funded by Anadolu University under grant no. 1103F054, 2011-2012.
Turkish is one of the widely used agglutinative languages worldwide. TurkishSMS is the first Turkish SMS message dataset constituted for academic literature.
dataset, which consists of legitimate and spam SMS messages, has been created by
Alper Kursat Uysal,
Serkan Gunal, Semih Ergin and Efnan Sora Gunal as part of the scientific research project funded by Anadolu University under grant number 1103F054. The dataset can be freely used by researchers for academic purposes as long as the following publication is properly cited:
TurkishEmail is the first Turkish E-mail message dataset collected
for academic purposes. The dataset, which consists of legitimate and
spam email messages, has been created by Semih Ergin, Huseyin Yigit,
and Rifat Aydin as an Engineering Synthesis and Design Project disserted
at Eskisehir Osmangazi University in 2011. There are 400 spam and
400 legitimate email messages that are collected from volunteers. The
collection can be freely downloaded by researchers for only academic
purposes as long as the following publication is properly cited: