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Implementation of Message Queue as a Service in Cloud Computing
Hanus, Tomáš ; Burget, Radek (referee) ; Rychlý, Marek (advisor)
Thesis discusses about different ways of a communication between components of a distributed system. It describes a communication using a message exchange and at the same time talks about other alternatives. It adds details about various models of a message exchange, various message types and about various specifications as well. Commercial tools ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ and Kafka are presented. Special emphasis is placed on describing the way these tools exchange messages, scalability options and others. The web service is designed according to the described features. Its main purpose is management and  monitoring of the tool by user choice and easy replacement of this tool with another one. Designed application is implemented using the Kotlin language for selected tool RabbitMQ. The implemented solution allows a simple exchange of messages through the REST api.
Detection of neuronal activity associated with function of lower urinary tract with use of functional magnetic resonance imaging
Holý, Petr ; Zachoval, Roman (advisor) ; Hanuš, Tomáš (referee) ; Mašata, Jaromír (referee)
of the thesis Considerable research attention has been paid to the neural regulation of the lower urinary tract (LUT) in past three decades. The aim of this work is mapping of a brain activity by functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) using refined scanning protocol with synchronously performed urodynamics. We aimed to detect neural activity associated with pelvic floor muscle (PF) contractions, filling of urinary bladder and miction. In addition we evaluated using fMRI brain activity associated with urinary bladder filling in patients with a complete spinal cord injury (SCI). We hypothesized activation of brainstem and forebrain areas in receiving information from the vagal nerves. Adjustments of urodynamic system enabled successful implementation of synchronous filling cystometry with fMRI evaluation of cortical activity. We concluded that synchronous urodynamic examination is a novel feasible method that facilitates and enhance interpretation of fMRI data acquired. The main clusters of brain activation during PF contractions were observed in the medial surface of the frontal lobe (primary motor area) and supplementary motor area (SMA). We detected neural activity associated with filling of urinary bladder and miction in middle and inferior frontal gyrus, angular gyrus, posterior and...
Prostatic cancer and possibilities of prediction of early success of radical prostatectomy
Svačina, Jakub ; Hanuš, Tomáš (advisor) ; Zachoval, Roman (referee)
Classification of adenocarcinoma prostatae is very important for the treatment. I have described the disease, its treatment and classification in the introduction. I have analysed a sample of 52 patients from the Urological Clinic of General Faculty Hospital. Simple statistics was used for comparing and analysing of relation of preoperative classification and postoperative development of PSA. I have compared preoperative and operative Gleason's score. Preoperative Gleason score underscores the operative score. PSA decrease is significantly higher in patients with high initial PSA and in patients with classification T2N0M0. PSA one month after surgery does not differ in patients with classification T1C and T2 and it does not correlate with the preoperative characteristics of patients. The decrease of PSA is perhaps dependent only on the surgical treatment. Effect of operation cannot be predicted by Gleason score and by age. These results are valid only for patients undergoing radical prostractomy
Hormonal profile in men with localized and locally advanced prostate cancer
Heráček, Jiří ; Urban, Michael (advisor) ; Bílek, Radovan (referee) ; Hanuš, Tomáš (referee) ; Marenčák, Jozef (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to contribute to understanding the mechanisms and regulatory pathways by which hormones influence prostate tissue. Includes a total of 4 experimental work dealing with hormonal environment in men with prostate cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Extending the Laboratory Educational Kit PIC Edu Kit with a Set of Wireless Sensors
Hanuš, Tomáš ; Najman, Jan (referee) ; Sova, Václav (advisor)
This thesis describes the design and implementation of extension of laboratory training model PIC Edu Kit. It is about set of wireless sensors. These sonsors have to measure temperature and deformation. Mesure of temperature was realized by temperature resistive sensor Pt100 and deformation by resistive tenzometr. These wireless moduls comunication on protocol Wi-Fi. In this work is introduced propose of measuring dictucts for measure of temperautre and deformation. There is evidenced their realization, showed software for receiving dates on PC and programme for the microcontroler.
Graphical Editor for Job Structure Configuration in Batching API
Hanus, Tomáš ; Kolář, Dušan (referee) ; Křivka, Zbyněk (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis describes implementation of a graphical editor for a job structure configuration in Java EE Batching API in the form of a plugin for integrated development enviroment IntelliJ IDEA. It focuses mainly to allow a bi-directional propagation of changes between both graphical and text representation of JSL language. This document introduces the characteristic of batch processing and also the architecture of IntelliJ IDEA. It also briefly describes the design of the plugin and some of the procedures used in its implementation. The usability of this tool is demonstrated by five examples of batch jobs. In the end, there are mentioned some possibilities for the future improvements. The tool is available under Open Source license.
Implementation and analysis of control circuits in MATLAB/Simulink
Hanuš, Tomáš ; Houška, Pavel (referee) ; Singule, Vladislav (advisor)
The thesis is focused on comparing the characteristics of the most common types of controllers. This comparison is done in MATLAB / Simulink to model the DC motor. First, in the thesis, theoretical description of all structures controllers that are tested. This is specifically the PID controllers, PSD, PI-D, PS-D, S-PD, I-PD, PID filtering of derivative and PSD also with this filtration. Then there is the function given the DC motor and its mathematical description. In the last section of the theoretical part describes the different methods of setting regulators. In conclusion, this thesis compares the structure of individual regulators. There are the results. A comparison of their behavior with position control of DC motor.

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