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Tunable loop antenna for ham radio
Šmerda, Jaroslav ; Šrámek, Petr (referee) ; Lukeš, Zbyněk (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on the design and construction of loop antenna that can tune the stepper motor using capacitors. The antenna is designed for short waves used by radio amateurs. My task is to establish an antenna tuning using 4-position stepper motor controlled by a microprocessor, which will set the stepper motor to the positions that will change the capacity of capacitors needed to tune the antenna for the frequency band.
Changes in kinesiological analysis and diagnostical part of Computer Kinesiology as the Evidence-based medicine indicated therapy of active athletes with musculoskeletal system disorders
Pavluch, Lukáš ; Jandová, Dobroslava (advisor) ; Šrámek, Petr (referee)
Manifestation of functional disorders of the movement system has several diagnostic denominations in terms of diagnosis, namely the fixation of new non-economic motor stereotypes due to the formation of muscle imbalances, changes in postural load, increased demands on spinal biomechanics and joint system, the presence of reflective changes and also the chaining phenomenon. Long-term functional deficiency disrupts the motion strategy and is a risk for structural failure. For active athletes, the need to harmonize the movement system is essential. It is a prerequisite for improved performance, easier regeneration and adaptation of body to increased physical strain. Taking into account the different individual physical predispositions, the unequal demands on the movement system in individual disciplines, the need for long-term compensation is obvious. A group of five athletes of various sport disciplines was diagnosed by the CK system methodology and for a period of two months practiced a regularly designed set of exercises. In all monitored, the input values of the total dysfunction decreased, the number of reflex changes decreased, and the spine dynamics improved. Output data from Computer Kinesiology confirmed the final kinesiological analysis. The CK Expert System offers an effective, measurable diagnostic...
Bilateral investment treaties from the view of investment protection
Šrámek, Petr ; Štěrbová, Ludmila (advisor) ; Černá, Klára (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with bilateral investment treaties, which create investment environment and ensure investment protection between states. Protection is based on adherence to accepted rules. In the event of a breach of terms of the agreed rules, there are investment disputes which this thesis also discusses. The aim is to analyze and identify bilateral investment agreements and the problems associated with them.
Sino-American Ideological Clash: Washington Consensus and Beijing Consensus
Šrámek, Petr ; Sehnálková, Jana (advisor) ; Bečka, Jan (referee)
The objective of my master's thesis, "Sino-American Ideological Clash: Washington Consensus and Beijing Consensus" is to consider two models of economic development, the Washington Consensus and the Beijing consensus. In the first part, I analyze the discourse that evolves around these two concepts, and I also consolidate the definitions of these terms. Washington Consensus was a set of specific rules for macroeconomic policy of the state. As a result of the ending Cold War, the discrediting of alternative models of economic development and direct link of this model to the financial support from international financial institutions, the popularity of the Washington consensus in the 1990s soared. The democratization of the country was perceived as another unwritten rule. In the wake of the Asian financial crisis of 1997, as well as other crises in developing countries which actively engaged the World Bank and IMF, the term has been largely discredited. It was associated with concepts like 'shock therapy', 'neoliberalism' or 'market fundamentalism'. Meanwhile, the long-term economic growth of China drew the attention of developing countries. In connection with the declining popularity of the Washington Consensus and the global economic crisis, the demand for alternative development policies increased. The...
The use of bioimpedance analysis for kidney function evaluation
Veselková, Alena ; Šrámek, Petr (advisor) ; Švára, František (referee)
Objective: To calculate glomerular filtration (GF) through the use six available methods to estimate GF and measure impedance parameters phase angle () and fat free mass (FFM) by using multifrequency and monofrequency measurement. Select one method of estimating GF as a strict method of estimation GF for this study and by using linear regression relate with other method of estimating GF and impedance parameters measured () and FFM. Consider if () and FFM are significant parameters to improve methods of estimating GF given below (MDRD-A, MDRD-B, CLCG, CLcysC). (...) Conclusions: Impedance parameters () and FFM correlate with GF, decreasing GF cause decreasing of these impedance parameters. This study proved very close relationship between parameters FFMx and FFMc, obtained by using two different kinds of measuring (R2 - FFMx and FFMc = 0,843). Method of bioimpedance is ready to other validation and to develope bioimpedance scale to estimate renal function.
Diary of 1955
Schejbalová, Tereza ; Šrámek, Petr (advisor) ; Špirit, Michael (referee)
Uvažování o deníku jako literární (nebo obecněji umělecké) formě1 s sebou nese vždy řadu problémů, a to na mnoha úrovních. Deníky můžeme pojímat čistě literárně-teoreticky - z hlediska literárního žánru; na základě naratologických kategorií, jako je čas, adresát, fabule versus syžet; z pohledu literárně-historického, textologického, můžeme je interpretovat nebo hodnotit. Stejně tak se ale na konkrétní deníkové texty i na deník jako fenomén můžeme dívat z pozic psychologie (i psychiatrie), filozofie, sociologie, historie nebo třeba didaktiky či kriminalistiky. Každý pohled může mít svůj smysl, často však jedině v kontextu jednoho konkrétního deníku, a někdy dokonce jen v rámci jednoho jediného deníkového záznamu. Deník jako předmět zkoumání se totiž zároveň neustále vzpírá každému zobecnění a jasnému vymezení. Dosud se tak vedou různě zaměřené diskuse o jeho postavení v systému literárních útvarů (Je deník žánr? Jaká jsou pak jeho žánrová omezení?) i vztahu mezi uměním a skutečností vůbec (deník jako literární artefakt a deník jako dokument). Většinu z těchto potíží můžeme hledat v okolnostech a důvodech vzniku deníku, tedy v oblasti mimoliterární a literárním měřítkům nepodléhající. Deník málokdy vzniká jako záměrné literární dílo, a přece se jím po svém vydání stane. Známe však převážně jen ty deníky,...
Jiří Kolář's Nový don Quijote
Říha, Jakub ; Šrámek, Petr (advisor) ; Jiráček, Pavel (referee)
My thesis "Jiří Kolář's Nový don Quijote" focuses on the hitherto unknown manuscript of Jiří Kolář called Nový don Quijote (The New Don Quixote). It was written between 1936 and 1938/1939; in Kolář's bibliography it thus occupies a position between the typescript "novel reafora" Rudý havran (The Red Raven, written 1934-1936) and Kolář's first published collection of poems Křestný list (Birth Certificate,1941). Nový don Quijote is a poetical autobiography and it closes the first period of Kolář's literary work. It is divided into three parts in which the author summarizes his personal, erotic and creative life and builds his "poetical genealogy". The second part contains pieces of Kolář's older work, including two extensive examples from Rudý havran. Seen from this perspective Nový don Quijote is an invaluable source for the understanding of Kolář's early published writings. My thesis is divided into three parts. The first part deals with the poetics of Nový don Quijote. It contains a brief description of formal inovations, examples of intertextuality and main motifs and themes of Nový don Quijote. The second part is a description of the editor's work with the text including a detailed description of textual sources, textual changes, linguistic and stylistic revisions and the making of editor's note. The...
The Influence of Anatomical Structure of an Arm on the Results of Indirect Blood Pressure Measurement
Kreuter, Jakub ; Šrámek, Petr (advisor) ; Špunda, Miloslav (referee)
Important differences in the results of auscultatory and oscillometry blood pressure measurement in active and sedentary population led us to the idea of the influence of tissue, which is the brachial artery compressed across.On an artificial model we investigated possible influence of morphological structure of an arm on the accuracy of blood pressure measurement performed with indirect techniques. Results of the measurements testified, that the thicker stripe of the insulating material between the cuff and the tubing is, the higher pressure is needed to stop the liquid dripping. In order to be able to perform this experiment, we made an artificial model of an arm, consisted of glass paper-weight, infusion set and insulating material. Measurements were performed by an aneroid tonometer.We performed the studies on two groups of subjects - subjects in the first group were randomly chosen sportsmen, that took part on the regular port check-up.The health state of the persons was not allowed to influence the results of blood pressure measurements. In the first group, there were 48 subjects. The second group was composed of 10 subjects with big arm muscles and of 10 subjects with small arm muscles. All of the subjects in the second group were sportsmen, whose health state was not affecting the results of the...
Skupina 42 and Chicago Renaissance - Kolář, Sandburg, Masters (1914-1948)
Vondřichová, Anna ; Šrámek, Petr (advisor) ; Holý, Jiří (referee)
This text is concerned with the connections between the Chicago Renaissance movement and the Czech post-war Skupina 42 (Group 42). Not being a fixed programme, Chicago Rennaisance covers not only the work of its major representatives - Carl Sandburg, Edgar Lee Masters and Vachel Lindsay, but also the general cultural atmosphere around the time of the First World War in the American Middle West. Although there are considerable timespace differences, the poetics of the particular poets and Skupina 42 members (especially Jiří Kolář) have much in common. Primarily, it is the effort to define a newly developing city as well as an individual's role in a human community. The complexity of this community requires adequate forms of poetic expression, which is in both cases performed by the use of everyday speech and free verse, depicting aptly social, ethnic and individual variability. Moreover, the imperfection and at the same time beauty of the common speech offer a fitting parallel to the character of the city as a whole.
Sound poetry
Januš, Petr ; Šrámek, Petr (advisor) ; Jiráček, Pavel (referee)
The present work introduces the phenomenon of sound poetry on both the historical and theoretical levels. From the historical perspective, it is focused on the transitional phase of the development of experimental poetics, seen here as an emancipation of poetry based in its sound qualities from the traditional "paper literature". This process is traced with a view to major subgenres and individual poetics. One chapter is also dedictated to Czech auditive production. The theoretical section deals with selected issues of the given poetic domain and its relations to neighbouring areas. As a part of the work there is a 4 CD set enclosed, illustrating the development of both international and Czech sound poetry.

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