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Albrecht von Wallenstein's dominions after 1618
Hamplová, Veronika ; Županič, Jan (advisor) ; Šedivá Koldinská, Marie (referee)
This thesis deals with the gradual territorial development of dominions held by Albrecht von Wallenstein not only as a direct owner but also as a feudal lord. A significant part of attention of this thesis is focused on studying of the administrative development of the duchy of Friedland and its specific status within the Czech lands. As the starting point the year 1618 was chosen, when the Bohemian revolt started. Thanks to its defeat Wallenstein got most of his estates. This thesis investigates gains not only within Bohemia but also describes the episodic tenure of duchy of Mecklenburg and the Silesian principalities.
Testing lab visualization for air conditioning units
Hamplová, Veronika ; Marada, Tomáš (referee) ; Zuth, Daniel (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the creation of visualization for testing lab for air conditioning unit. This unit was made by Strojírenský zkušební ústav. The visualization was programmed in the visualization and simulation program called ControlWeb. This application allows controlling, monitoring, storing and retrieving all necessary variables. Next part of diploma thesis discusses techniques of measurement, automation devices and visualization software.
E-commerce Options of Purchasing a New Car
Hamplová, Veronika ; Lacman, Petr (referee) ; Dvořák, Jiří (advisor)
This master thesis includes a comprehensive analysis of the new car sales via the internet. The SLETPE and SWOT analyses were used for the overall analysis of the external and internal environment. The opinion about this new way of selling cars was inspected by marketing research. The current websites of companies are described and assessed, because of the importance for the implementation of e-commerce.
Present State of Vibration-diagnostics
Hamplová, Veronika ; Vdoleček, František (referee) ; Zuth, Daniel (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis is interested in new trends in vibrodiagnosis. There are described and compared properties of present-day measuring instruments and sensors. The thesis shows the newest trends and progress in the wireless transmission, minimisation and better accuracy of sensors. Then, there are described portable instruments, where progress has been registered in two fields, minimisation and better accuracy.

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