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Získávání dat pro hodnocení kvality veřejných prostranství
Kilnarová, Pavla ; Horáková, Eva
Urban spaces hold a lot of essential public functions and play an irreplaceable role in the operating of a modern city. Therefore, monitoring their quality in relation to social needs and the way of its utilization are very important. There are some empirical methods suitable for long-term observation based on direct observation of users’ behaviour in a space that require a rather high number of researchers and are time-consuming. The most frequently used empirical methods for studying public life are the monitoring of pedestrian movement, the monitoring of traffic movement, path tracking and the monitoring of people movement intensity based on the local amenities.
Sociologická a urbanistická analýza města použitím dat mobilních operátorů, použito na případové studii města Brna
Horáková, Eva
Daily movement patterns of inhabitants derived from mobile phone data are one of very valuable data sources for today’s sociological and urban analyses of modern cities. These data sets are open but – while being of a limited quality – available on a mobile provider’s website. This data enables a number of users in selected areas to be observed through two-hour time slots. It also provides anonymous information about the age and gender of the users. The aim of this paper is to introduce mobile phone data visualisations through a case study of the city of Brno, Czech Republic.
Analysis of Business Environment
Horáková, Eva ; Rompotl, Jaroslav (referee) ; Breinek, Pavel (advisor)
This Bachelor thesis analyses the business environment. In the theoretical part the environment of the company, barriers and problems of the business are described. In the practical part this theory is applied to one specific company and the evaluation of the facts and a proposal of some possible options for improvement takes place at the end.
Potenciál využití otevřených dat v městském plánování
Horáková, Eva
Open data are collected by public institutions and freely distributed online in computer readible format. This enable third parties to further use data for various appllications or participatory processes in the city. Which cities had already joined the open data concept and what kind of information they mostly open? This paper brings an overview to open data situation in Czech and Slovak cities.
Analysis of changes in an approach to state's rating after the financial crisis
Horáková, Eva ; Blahová, Naďa (advisor) ; Šíma, Ondřej (referee)
This thesis deals with globalisation of markets. It focuses on examining the economic crisis of 2008 and 2010 and on how individual countries can cope with deteriorating of macroeconomic values, especially with financial implications of this situation. The thesis also examines credit rating agencies as indicators of financial soundness of investment instruments, to which is often reffered as to culprits of the crisis for their reaction to the development of the mortgage market. The thesis defines the rating in the concept of sovereign states and describes the market of credit rating agencies. It further evaluates individual rating agencies and practices in the context of the crisis, bringing a comprehensive picture of the role they played at the beginning of the crisis. It also attempts to outline more points of view on the previously unilaterally and predominantly negatively perceived issue of reputation of credit rating agencies.
Mercury Electrodes as Tools for Voltammetric Determination of Biologically Active Organic Compounds and for Detection of Their Interaction with DNA
Horáková, Eva ; Vyskočil, Vlastimil (advisor) ; Ludvík, Jiří (referee) ; Vytřas, Karel (referee)
The main aim of this work was to use traditional mercury electrodes for the development of voltammetric methods of determination of organic xenobiotics and for the electrochemical study of the interaction between double-stranded deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and these compounds. In relation to my previous research work (conducted in the framework of my diploma thesis), firstly, 4-nitrobiphenyl (4-NBP), the suspected carcinogen, was studied. Interaction of DNA with 4-NBP was studied using differential pulse voltammetry (DPV), cyclic voltammetry (CV), and chronocoulometry at a hanging mercury drop electrode (HMDE), and using CV and alternating current voltammetry at a DNA modified HMDE. Using CV, the reduction mechanism was investigated. The interaction of DNA with 4-aminobiphenyl (4-ABP), a metabolite of 4-NBP, and 4-NBP reduction intermediates was studied. It was found that the interaction of DNA with 4-NBP or 4-ABP results in a formation of a DNA aggregate with these analytes. The second studied analyte was methyl violet 2B (MV). For determination of MV in a buffered solution were used: direct current tast polarography and differential pulse polarography at a dropping mercury electrode, and direct current voltammetry, DPV, and differential pulse adsorptive stripping voltammetry (DPAdSV) at HMDE. The...
Mercury Electrodes as Tools for Voltammetric Determination of Biologically Active Organic Compounds and for Detection of Their Interaction with DNA
Horáková, Eva
The main aim of this work was to use traditional mercury electrodes for the development of voltammetric methods of determination of organic xenobiotics and for the electrochemical study of the interaction between double-stranded deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and these compounds. In relation to my previous research work (conducted in the framework of my diploma thesis), firstly, 4-nitrobiphenyl (4-NBP), the suspected carcinogen, was studied. Interaction of DNA with 4-NBP was studied using differential pulse voltammetry (DPV), cyclic voltammetry (CV), and chronocoulometry at a hanging mercury drop electrode (HMDE), and using CV and alternating current voltammetry at a DNA modified HMDE. Using CV, the reduction mechanism was investigated. The interaction of DNA with 4-aminobiphenyl (4-ABP), a metabolite of 4-NBP, and 4-NBP reduction intermediates was studied. It was found that the interaction of DNA with 4-NBP or 4-ABP results in a formation of a DNA aggregate with these analytes. The second studied analyte was methyl violet 2B (MV). For determination of MV in a buffered solution were used: direct current tast polarography and differential pulse polarography at a dropping mercury electrode, and direct current voltammetry, DPV, and differential pulse adsorptive stripping voltammetry (DPAdSV) at HMDE. The...
Voltammetric Determination of Genotoxic Nitrobiphenyls
Horáková, Eva ; Vyskočil, Vlastimil (advisor) ; Navrátil, Tomáš (referee)
The presented diploma thesis is devoted to study of determination of 4-nitrobiphenyl (4-NBP) in model river water by DC voltammetry (DCV) and differential pulse voltammetry (DPV) at m-AgSAE (diploma thesis relates to bachelor thesis, in it DCV and DPV methods for determination of 4-NBP in deionized water were developed). Limit of determination (LOD) is 2·10-7 mol·l-1 by DCV and 4·10-7 mol·l-1 by DPV. The adsorptive stripping DPV (AdSDPV) technique was tested to archive lower LOD the AdSDPV, optimal conditions were not found. Electrochemical behavior of 2-nitrobiphenyl (2-NBP) at m-AgSAE was studied. Optimal conditions for its determination by both techniques DCV and DPV were found in methanol-0,01 mol·l-1 LiOH (1:9) and in this medium peak current dependence in 1·10-7 mol·l-1 to 1·10-4 mol·l-1 2-NBP (LOD ≈ 2·10-7 mol·l-1 by DCV and 1·10-7 mol·l-1 by DPV) concentration range was measured. Developed methods were successfully tested for determination of 2-NBP in drinking and river water samples. For both mediums obtained LODs were 2·10-7 mol·l-1 by DCV and 1·10-7 mol·l-1 by DPV. AdSDPV technique was unsuccessfully tested to achieve lower LOD. Optimal conditions for simultaneous determination of 4-NBP and 2-NBP by DPV technique at m-AgSAE were found: methanol-0,25 mol·l-1 acetate buffer (pH = 6,0) 3:7....

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