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Vliv vybraných faktorů působících na výskyt zánětů mléčné žlázy u holštýnských dojnic
Dvořák, Jan
This bachelor thesis analyses factors that affect the occurrence of mammary gland inflammation of Holstein cows. The factors such as frequency of inflammation, position of inflamed teat, season, succession of lactation and bacterial strain infection affected milk production of tested dairy cows. The study was performed at the milk farm Zeras, a.s, Radostín nad Oslavou. Each cow with inflammation disease was monitored and the cause of the disease was analyzed. The study was performed in the period between 23/9/2016-13/10/2017 and all the data from this period were statistically analyzed. The total number of detected mastitis was 237. The occurrence of mastitis was most frequent in the autumn (75 cases). The numbers of mastitis were increasing with each lactation, except for the fourth lactation. The average manifestation of the disease was on the day 119 of lactation. The most affected part of the udder were left forward and left ba-ckward quarter (70 and 63 cases, respectively). The majority of mastitis was caused by gram-positive bacterial infection (213 causes). The milk production of diseased dairy cows significantly decreased. The most significant factors affecting the milk production are the season, order of lactation and inflammation location. The influence of all the three factors were highly statistically significant.
Approximate equality of character strings and its application to record linkage in metadata of scientific publications
Dobiášovský, Jan ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Ivánek, Jiří (referee)
The thesis explores the application of approximate string matching in scientific publication record linkage process. An introduction to record matching along with five commonly used metrics for string distance (Levenshtein, Jaro, Jaro-Winkler, Cosine distances and Jaccard coefficient) are provided. These metrics are applied on publication metadata from V3S current research information system of the Czech Technical University in Prague. Based on the findings, optimal thresholds in the F​1​, F​2​ and F​3​-measures are determined for each metric.
Application clarifying basics of operations of communication protocols
Marcin, Michal ; Dvořák, Jan (referee) ; Jeřábek, Jan (advisor)
The diploma thesis aimed at the study of the topic of communication protocols and several transmission modes, as well as ARQ (Automatic Repeat Request) mechanisms. Subsequently, the task was to design and describe individual scenarios for their simulation. As a part of solving the mentioned task, it was necessary to create an application that allows the emulation of the behaviour of communication protocols without the need for a transmission in the real network a nd the requirements for the edition of the source code. The application was created in the Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 development environment using the C# programming language and .NET framework and it consists of a library and a graphical interface. The output of the solution is the application of a mode simulator of the data transmission in the network with two scenarios with the prepared input situations in the frame of graphical environment together with instructions, additional tasks and sample solutions. The program allows the simulation of the behaviour of communication protocols between the client and the server without the need for a transmission in a real network. In conclusion, the simulator of data transfer was created in the form of the desktop application which contains two scenarios. The first scenario is used to simulate ARQ mechanisms and the second one is active in the simulation of commutation of messages, circuits, packets or cells.
Synthesis of the electronically reconfigurable frequency filters
Michalička, Filip ; Dvořák, Jan (referee) ; Langhammer, Lukáš (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with design of reconection-less electronically reconfigurable filter structures which have single input and single output using unconventional active elements, which have ability to adjust one of their parameter e.g. gain or transconductance. The first part describes basic parameters of frequency filters, the division of filters by frequency transfer response and used circuit elements, their operational modes, the principle of reconnection-less electronically reconfiguration and the circuit design method MUNV. Second part describes all active elements used in the proposal of filters, their properties and the implementation using existing transistor-level models. The third part contains the design of three reconnection-less electronically reconfigurable filters and the simulations results obtained from simulation programs OrCAD Capture and PSpice. The obtained results were compared with theoretical behaviour. This part also contains results of these analyses: sensitivity, parasitic, Monte Carlo and temperature to determine the behaviour in varied cases.
Basic properties of network protocols and communication techniques
Cigánek, Josef ; Jeřábek, Jan (referee) ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on the basic properties of network protocols. The main task is to create laboratory tasks that deal with the basic features of network protocols and communication techniques, along with detailed instructions for students of communication technologies. The theoretical part of thesis acquaints the reader with the topic of computer networks and the basic network protocols of the TCP/IP architecture, which occur within the created lab. The practical part contains a selection of testing environment and subsequent description of installation and preparation of selected GNS3 environment. Finally are presented labs, which have been created. First lab deals with the basic differences between TCP and UDP. The second lab is focused on the issue of multicast and the third deals with the basics of penetration testing.
Heir's Capacity
Protivová, Kateřina ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Elischer, David (referee)
Heir's Capacity Abstract The main purpose of the law of succession is to regulate the transfer of the estate from testator to the heir and also to regulate problems that may be connected with the transfer and as well to regulate the question of who is eligible to acquire the estate. This master thesis deals and focuses on the question of heir's capacity. In particular, it deals mainly with the issue and question of heir's incapacity and its legal reasons in the Czech legislation. The aim of this thesis is to analyze the current legal regulation of the legal institute of heir's incapacity and its legal reasons in the Czech legislation and at the same time to compare it with other legal institutes such as disinheritance, waiver of inheritance, refusal of inheritance and renunciation of succession right, as these legal institutes also cause the loss of succession law. The thesis is divided into 4 chapters, which are subsequently systematically divided into subchapters and points. The first chapter provides a brief explanation of the general interpretation of the concept of law of succession and its principles, which are important for this diploma thesis. At the same time, the concept of inheritance titles is explained in the first chapter, because knowledge of inheritance titles is important for the...
Social favours and other liberalities in Czech private law
Pražák, Petr ; Elischer, David (advisor) ; Dvořák, Jan (referee)
This thesis is focused on voluntary acts of generosity that do not give rise to any mutual obligation (liberalities), but which are, however, often very similar to it. This thesis first concentrates on the concept of liberalities in the existing literature and case law. The results from this search show that liberalities have not been given much attention so far and that even basic conceptual issues, such as relationship between liberalities and main institutes of private law (juridical acts, contracts, obligations), have not been properly resolved. According to some concepts, liberalities are acts of low pecuniary value and have no legal consequences (and hence no legal significance), while, according to other concepts, liberalities may have high pecuniary value and legal significance. According to some concepts, the expressed intention of the acting person and its perception by the addressee is decisive to distinguish liberalities from obligations (or juridical acts), while, according to other concepts, the objective circumstances in which the persons act are decisive. Last but not least, this thesis focuses on the precarious loan. For a long period of time, the precarious loan has been non-binding agreement. However, since the entry into force of the Act No. 89/2012 Coll., it is systematically...
Private-law consequences of a breach of competition law and their enforcement in the Czech Republic
Mikulíková, Lucie ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Havel, Bohumil (referee) ; Šmejkal, Václav (referee)
V ANGLICKÉM JAZYCE Private-law consequences of a breach of competition law and their enforcement in the Czech Republic The private-law consequences of a breach of competition law, Articles 101 and 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU and Sections 3 and 11 of the Czech Competition Act, may affect many entities, irrespective of whether they are competitors or consumers. Recently, emphasis has been placed on private enforcement of competition law that is intended to serve as an important complement to public law enforcement. The first part of the dissertation defines basic concepts and principles of competition law including "public rules on restriction of competition". The history of the enforcement of competition law in the Czech Republic and the dynamic development in this area at the EU level are outlined in the second part. The third crucial part of this work deals with the right to damages caused by a breach of competition law in the Czech Republic. In 2014, the EU adopted Directive 2014/104 on certain rules in damages actions with the view, inter alia, to increase the effectiveness of private enforcement of competition rules by civil courts of EU Member States. On August 18, 2017, new Act No. 262/2017 Coll. which implements the Directive into Czech law was adopted. The dissertation...
Guardianship and other forms of care of minors
Fidrmucová, Anna ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Frinta, Ondřej (referee) ; Spoustová, Ivana (referee)
Guardianship and other forms of care of minors Abstract The objective of this thesis is to analyse the legal possibilities in problematic situations when parents are not capable of caring for their children due to objective or subjective barriers on their sides. These possibilities are enshrined in the second part, Title III., § 928 - § 975 of the Civil Code of the Czech Republic. In order to derive recommendations for the Czech legal system, particularly with regard to the work overload of judges for minors in the Czech Republic, these regulations will subsequently be compared to the legal situation in France which is mainly determined by the Code civil and the Code de l'action sociale et des familles. The comparison namely includes critical juxtapositions of tutorship, curatorship, entrusting a child to the care of another person, foster care and placing a child in the children's home. Hereby, the content, purpose and requirements of the legal bases for these areas in both countries are presented and contrasted. Thus, the differences are highlighted, evaluated and analysed with regard to the effectiveness and the level of protection of rights which is assured in the countries. This thesis is divided into fourteen chapters, starting with the first two chapters covering the topics tutorship and curatorship...
The Elements of Liability for Damage under Civil Law
Novák, David ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Doležal, Tomáš (referee) ; Frinta, Ondřej (referee)
1 Abstract The objective of this thesis is to analyse the liability in civil law, mainly from the prospective of individual preconditions that together result in such liability for inflicted harm. The text is divided into nine parts including introduction and conclusion. The first part comprises the analysis of the legal term of liability from the prospective of existing theoretical concepts, then the approach as set forth under Act no. 89/2012 Sb, Civil Code, as amended (hereinafter referred to as "Civil Code") and the author's own approach is presented at the end of this part. The next part discusses in details the preconditions of liability for harm and then the sets of preconditions that together result in such liability are analysed. The author calls these sets as liability systems, as they are actually a variant of the objective and subjective liability. A separate chapter is dedicated to the objective liability. A separate chapter is also dedicated to the division of types of liabilities such as for defects, harm, default, etc., as this is crucial for the discussed topic. Next parts focus on individual preconditions for liability for harm, namely on violating legal obligations and relevant damage, harm, causality and fault as on the precondition typical for subjective liability, i.e. liability for...

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