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Pupils' record book systems from the viewpoint of teachers
Melichová, Karolína ; Slussareff, Michaela (advisor) ; Černý, Michal (referee)
The theoretical part of the diploma thesis introduces the issue of gradebooks and school information systems. Finally, it describes the selected school information system Bakaláři, which is the subject of research. The research part deals with the view of teachers on online record books in education, on their evaluation and use of the Bachelors system. To collect research data, it was conducted through a questionnaire survey.
Analysis of the secondary circuit of the VVER 440 block
Černý, Michal ; Kracík, Petr (referee) ; Milčák, Pavel (advisor)
The main aim of this thesis is the model design and control the secondary circuit block VVER 440. The search part of my work is a description of the secondary circuit. In the first part of the calculation is performed for the rated secondary circuit. The second calculation part focuses on the calculation circuit of the secondary for the reduced, influenced by shutting down one steam generator.
Research on Management Tools Utilization in Companies
Černý, Michal ; Pajlová, Kateřina (referee) ; Chalupský, Vladimír (advisor)
This Master’s thesis evaluates the survey that mapped using management tools in contemporary practice. Respondents were senior and middle management of companies from the Czech Republic. They had to answer what they expect from the tools and what they think about the various claims concerning the parameters of the attractiveness of the market and competition. The survey was focused on portfolio analysis.
Design of circular saw
Taufer, Tomáš ; Zatočilová, Aneta (referee) ; Černý, Michal (advisor)
The proposal is based on the assumption given the small electric power and basic dimensions. Performing crossover design facility is documented drawing documentation and technical report
Korelační analýza akciových indexů pomocí Empirical Mode Decomposition
Ulyanin, Alexey ; Černý, Michal (advisor) ; Formánek, Tomáš (referee)
This thesis studies dependence of ?nancial time series, represented by stock indices of geographically separated economics. Daily prices of selected stock indices from 01.05.1988 to 20.04.2017 are used for the analysis. In the fi?rst section the dataset is described. The second section goes through methodology for the analysis, including empirical mode decomposition (EMD) algorithm, with the help of which the initial time series can be transformed into a few time series, that are mostly independent on each other, for further analysis (for example, correlation analysis). EMD is an interesting method of signal processing, which may help to look at the time series analysis from a different perspective. The thesis should extend the work of Guhathakurta et al. (2008) and extend the time scale and number of indices. Correlation analysis is also performed on the initial time series and the transformed ones. The aim of this thesis is to prove, whether stock indices of geographically separated economics have similarities in their behavior and test whether they are dependent on each other, by using methods from Guhathakurta et al. (2008) extended by correlation analysis.
Some of the macroeconomic effects of labour migration following the Czech Republic joining the European Union
Vystrčil, Tomáš ; Černý, Michal (advisor) ; Tomanová, Petra (referee)
When the Czech Republic joined the European Union in 2004, the number of foreign nationals working in the Czech Republic quickly grew, along with their impact on the national economy. The aim of this thesis is to analyse and compare the effects of foreign and native labour on the gross domestic product (GDP) of the Czech Republic. Then we shall compare the effects of immigrant labour originating from the EU with other foreign nationals. Using the ordinary least squares method to analyse time series data, it is shown that labour migration has a positive effect on the GDP growth and the results are statistically significant. It seems that labour from the EU is the most productive group, followed by the foreign labour from other countries.
Implied volatility and higher risk neutral moments: predictive ability
Hanzal, Martin ; Černý, Michal (advisor) ; Málek, Jiří (referee)
Implied volatility obtained from market option prices is widely regarded as an efficient predictor of future realised volatility. Implied volatility can be thought of as market's expectation of future realised volatility. We distinguish between volatility-changing events with respect to expectations - scheduled events (such as information releases) and unscheduled events. We propose a method of testing the information content of option-implied risk-neutral moments prior to volatility-changing events. Using the method introduced by Bakshi, Kapadia & Madan (2003) we extract implied volatility, skewness and kurtosis from S&P 500 options market prices and apply the proposed method in four case studies. Two are concerned with scheduled events - United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, 2016 and United States presidential election, 2016, two are concerned with unscheduled events - flash crash of August 24, 2015 and flash crash of October 15, 2014. Implied volatility indicates a rise in future realised volatility prior to both scheduled events. We find a significant rise in implied kurtosis during the last three days prior to the presidential election of 2016. Prior to unscheduled events, we find no evidence of implied moments indicating a rise in future realised volatility.

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