Erkan Celik
Erkan Celik
Associate Professor, Department of Transportation and Logistics, Istanbul University
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A state of the art literature review of VIKOR and its fuzzy extensions on applications
M Gul, E Celik, N Aydin, AT Gumus, AF Guneri
Applied Soft Computing 46, 60-89, 2016
A fuzzy DEMATEL method to evaluate critical operational hazards during gas freeing process in crude oil tankers
E Akyuz, E Celik
Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 38, 243-253, 2015
A comprehensive review of multi criteria decision making approaches based on interval type-2 fuzzy sets
E Celik, M Gul, N Aydin, AT Gumus, AF Guneri
Knowledge-Based Systems 85, 329-341, 2015
An integrated novel interval type-2 fuzzy MCDM method to improve customer satisfaction in public transportation for Istanbul
E Celik, ON Bilisik, M Erdogan, AT Gumus, H Baracli
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 58, 28-51, 2013
An interval type-2 fuzzy AHP and TOPSIS methods for decision-making problems in maritime transportation engineering: the case of ship loader
E Celik, E Akyuz
Ocean engineering 155, 371-381, 2018
A fuzzy logic based PROMETHEE method for material selection problems
M Gul, E Celik, AT Gumus, AF Guneri
Beni-Suef University Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 7 (1), 68-79, 2018
A hierarchical customer satisfaction framework for evaluating rail transit systems of Istanbul
N Aydin, E Celik, AT Gumus
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 77, 61-81, 2015
A combined fuzzy-AHP and fuzzy-GRA methodology for hydrogen energy storage method selection in Turkey
AT Gumus, AY Yayla, E Çelik, A Yildiz
Energies 6 (6), 3017-3032, 2013
A multiattribute customer satisfaction evaluation approach for rail transit network: A real case study for Istanbul, Turkey
E Celik, N Aydin, AT Gumus
Transport Policy 36, 283-293, 2014
Application of AHP and VIKOR methods under interval type 2 fuzzy environment in maritime transportation
O Soner, E Celik, E Akyuz
Ocean Engineering 129, 107-116, 2017
Hazard identification, risk assessment and control for dam construction safety using an integrated BWM and MARCOS approach under interval type-2 fuzzy sets environment
E Celik, M Gul
Automation in Construction 127, 103699, 2021
An integrated best-worst and interval type-2 fuzzy TOPSIS methodology for green supplier selection
M Yucesan, S Mete, F Serin, E Celik, M Gul
Mathematics 7 (2), 182, 2019
An integrated approach of best-worst method (BWM) and triangular fuzzy sets for evaluating driver behavior factors related to road safety
S Moslem, M Gul, D Farooq, E Celik, O Ghorbanzadeh, T Blaschke
Mathematics 8 (3), 414, 2020
Assessment of occupational hazards and associated risks in fuzzy environment: a case study of a university chemical laboratory
Y Ozdemir, M Gul, E Celik
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 23 (4), 895-924, 2017
A quantitative risk analysis by using interval type-2 fuzzy FMEA approach: the case of oil spill
E Akyuz, E Celik
Maritime Policy & Management 45 (8), 979-994, 2018
Fuzzy rule-based Fine–Kinney risk assessment approach for rail transportation systems
M Gul, E Celik
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 24 (7), 1786-1812, 2018
A trapezoidal type-2 fuzzy MCDM method to identify and evaluate critical success factors for humanitarian relief logistics management
E Celik, AT Gumus, M Alegoz
Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems 27 (6), 2847-2855, 2014
An exhaustive review and analysis on applications of statistical forecasting in hospital emergency departments
M Gul, E Celik
Health Systems 9 (4), 263-284, 2020
A modified human reliability analysis for cargo operation in single point mooring (SPM) off-shore units
E Akyuz, E Celik
Applied Ocean Research 58, 11-20, 2016
A hybrid risk-based approach for maritime applications: The case of ballast tank maintenance
M Gul, E Celik, E Akyuz
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 23 (6), 1389-1403, 2017
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