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Analysis of the 2014 European Parliamentary election in Great Britain
Čermák, Miroslav ; Kasáková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Váška, Jan (referee)
Bachelor thesis Analysis of European Parliament Elections 2014 focuses on topic of the theory of second-order elections which is put into context of the United Kingdom's political system. At first the theory of second-order elections is introduced for using on the examples of British politics. Thesis tries to answer the question whether the European Parliament Elections 2014 could be find as a second-order elections. Text analyzes turnout and results of single british political parties in past European Parliament Elections and compares these statistics to results of European Parliament Elections 2009 and General Elections 2010. Thesis works with three component research criteria which analyzes single hypotheses in way of theory of second- order elections. The results of every single criterion that tend to be used correctly. So thesis leads to conclusion that the European Parliament Elections 2014 could be find as a second order elections.
Simulation of Multi-UAV Cooperative Surveillance Using Pogamut and USARSim
Dufek, Jan ; Plch, Tomáš (advisor) ; Čermák, Miroslav (referee)
The main objective of this thesis is to introduce a simulation platform, which has been developed utilizing Pogamut and USARSim, for cooperative aerial surveillance using multiple unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The graphical user interface (GUI) of the simulator contains the automatically created bird's eye view of a 3D virtual environment. This is used to enter locations and parameters of objects (UAVs, charging stations and areas) and also to visualize the process of a simulation. The thesis proposes a system for the analysis of the quality of surveillance, whose results are presented in the GUI in the form of a time graph and a heat map. Part of the proposed platform is a UAV objective-based control system including charging stations scheduling. A total of seven algorithms for cooperative surveillance has been implemented, tested in three different scenarios and analyzed for coverage quality. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
SPARQL compiler for Bobox
Čermák, Miroslav
The goal of the work is to design and implement a SPARQL compiler for the Bobox system. In addition to lexical and syntactic analysis corresponding to W3C standard for SPARQL language, it performs semantic analysis and optimization of queries. Compiler will constuct an appropriate model for execution in Bobox, that depends on the physical database schema.
Model-driven Pretty Printer for Xtext Framework
Novotný, Marek ; Malohlava, Michal (advisor) ; Čermák, Miroslav (referee)
The domain-specific language allows for describing problems of a concrete domain, for which the language is created. This fact implies that a number of languages of this kind grows with a number of problem domains. The use of domain-specific languages brings a necessity to pretty-print these languages, where the concept of pretty-printing consists of code formatting and syntax highlighting. One of tools that allow for creating domain-specific languages is the Xtext framework, which offers only a limited range of tools that are able to define a configuration for pretty-printing. Moreover, these tools are hardly understandable because they are confusing and requires knowledge of Xtext's internals. Thus this thesis introduces a new way of pretty-printing domain-specific languages. The way is based on declarative definition of formatting rules. Furthermore, this thesis helps a user to create formatting rules by utilizing nontrivial heuristics.
Web server attack analyzer
Mižišin, Michal ; Novotný, Miroslav (advisor) ; Čermák, Miroslav (referee)
Web server attack analyzer - Abstract The goal of this work was to create prototype of analyzer of injection flaws attacks on web server. Proposed solution combines capabilities of web application firewall and web server log analyzer. Analysis is based on configurable signatures defined by regular expressions. This paper begins with summary of web attacks, followed by detection techniques analysis on web servers, description and justification of selected implementation. In the end are characterized possibilities of further development in area of better results of false positives. Implemented detection of all proposed attacks did slow down server response time by 10% and was able to detect more than 99% SQL injection, Path traversal and SSI injection attacks contained in web application security scanners.
Voice Communication System
Stránský, Martin ; Ježek, Pavel (advisor) ; Čermák, Miroslav (referee)
This text is aimed at solving problems that are associated with communication over IP networks, problems that are primarily related to real-time voice communication. Outcome of this thesis is program with voice communication as main feature. Other features include administration of communications using given permissions system. This application allows multiple concurrent separate communications of two or more participants, while ensuring correct functionality over unreliable protocol. Program can be extended using third party plug-ins without any modifications to the program itself. Application is targeted at Windows operation system with .NET installed.
Framework for internet strategy & heroes
Pešek, Jan ; Čermák, Miroslav (advisor) ; Martínek, Vladislav (referee)
This bachelor's thesis describes a software project framework that enables the user to create an online turn-based game inside an internet browser, focusing on customizability. The framework allows the user to create a game for two players and enables him to implement advanced configuration of the game by programming additional modules. Part of the project is a model game with predefined data, example modules and graphic representation. The text contains an evaluation of current available technologies usable for developing interactive online applications, along with discussion of some key problems that show up during developing such application. The text includes description of project implementation, the structure of the application, database and object design and application documentation with a manual for creating customized modules.
SOFA 2 graphical tools improvement
Kudláček, Ondřej ; Malohlava, Michal (advisor) ; Čermák, Miroslav (referee)
This enhancement of component system SOFA 2 is focused on the graphical interface. SOFA 2 is based on Eclipse Modeling Framework, through which is constructed a hierarchical model of the system. The extension of SOFA 2 developed in this project provides - via the graphical interface tools for the so called Deployment Plan - an editing of applications developed by SOFA 2 and copying of their components between repositories. The graphical interface is created as a stand-alone program or as a plug-in for the Eclipse platform. The enhancement is added to the management console called MConsole, which allows editing models and applications developed in SOFA 2. The whole library is programmed in the Java programming language. The graphical environment is build on JFace library for EMF-based models editors. EMF.Edit framework and its library Command are used for the editation of the models.

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