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Preparation and management of the contract in the construction company
Jedlička, Jan ; Vala, Jiří (referee) ; Nový, Martin (advisor)
This diploma thesis aims to describe preparation and management of a contract in a building company using the tools of project control. The thesis contains a theoretical and a practical part, where the problem is first explained theoretically and then practically on the chosen contract. This contact is a block of flats in Stepanov, which was realized in the years 2017 and 2018 by the building company Moravostav Brno, a. s.
War od Drug Cartels in Mexico and Columbia
Jedlička, Jan ; Krausz Hladká, Malvína (advisor) ; Kofroň, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis analyzes and compares the fight against the drug cartels in Colombia and Mexico from the point of view of US foreign policy. The first section contains a general description of the historical development of drug trafficking in both countries, which is crucial for a better understanding of the whole issue and subsequently examines the role of the United States in either case. The last section describes and compares connections and differences that can be found in both countries.
Web Application for Longboard Routes Mapping
Jedlička, Jan ; Beran, Vítězslav (referee) ; Bambušek, David (advisor)
The gole of this thesis is creating web application with database of longboard routes, which will allow users to find the nearest places suitable for this sport, or add their own route with its description. Framework Google Maps API is used for displaying the map and routes.
Construction Project Realization Planning
Jedlička, Jan ; Vala, Jiří (referee) ; Nováková, Jana (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on the basic terminology and the principles of planning the course of construction projects. The aim of this thesis is the familiarization with the methodology of planning the course of construction projects and their practical implementation on an actual project.
Legal regulation of the activities of banks
Jedlička, Jan ; Kotáb, Petr (advisor) ; Kohajda, Michael (referee)
The subject matter of this thesis is a treatise on legal regulation of bank activities. I have chosen this topic for its recency in a connection with global financial crisis and also in a connection with application of new European legislation in the field of bank regulation. Activities of banks belong among one of the most regulated market areas because eventual failures of banks are very dangerous not only for a functioning of the bank system but also for a huge amount of other subjects dependent on proper financial factoring. An importance of bank regulation is also given by a large amount of depositors who have their money deposited with the bank and who can lose their funds in the case of a failure of the bank unless the institutes of the financial safety net will provide compensation. Regulatory rules impact on banks already in the phase of their origin. There are strict conditions for an obtaining of the bank license from a reason of a prevention of an entry of unhealthy business subjects to bank market to avoid problems prior to their creation. An exit from bank market is also regulated in the form of a different legal regulation of insolvency and liquidation of the bank. The thesis is divided into eleven chapters which are divided into several subsequent subchapters. The thesis starts with...
Evaluation of forest calamites using the remote sensing data
Chrást, Josef ; Štych, Přemysl (advisor) ; Jedlička, Jan (referee)
Evaluation of forest calamities using the remote sensing data Abstract The objective of this paper is to evaluate possibilities of medium-spatial resolution satellite data assimilation for monitoring of the forest disturbances. The aim of the study is to monitore the bark beetle outbreak in the Šumava Mountains. For this purpose were used eight MERIS scenes from 2002 to 2009. Spectral response of the damaged spruce stands has been analyzed on the based of the values of selected vegetation indices (NDVI, LAI, LAI.Cab, fCover, fAPAR and three newly defined indices) and their temporal progress. The results were compared with values for healthy forests. The values of spectral indices have shown the ability of data MERIS to monitor forest disturbances at regionale scale.
Monitoring of agricultural land by using the satellite high temporal resolution data in Czechia
Oubrechtová, Veronika ; Jedlička, Jan (referee) ; Štych, Přemysl (advisor)
Monitoring of agricultural land by using the satellite high temporal resolution data in Czechia Abstract This Bachelor thesis deals with the usage of the satellite high temporal resolution data in the field of agriculture. Our faculty gains these satellite data from satellite ENVISAT, concretely from spectometer MERIS. The first half of the work contains the theoretical elaboration of remote sensing and electromagnetic radiation and its interaction with land surface. The spectral reflectance of agricultural land and the vegetation index are analyzed in the second part of the work. Keywords: remote sensing, spectral reflectance, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, MERIS
Analysis of long-term changes of vegetation indices
Beránková, Petra ; Jedlička, Jan (referee) ; Štych, Přemysl (advisor)
The work deals with the issue of research of long-term changes of vegetation indices concretely indices NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index). The first part is devoted to detailed analysis of domestic and foreign literature, which deals with the calculation and interpretation of vegetation indices values. The main theme of this work is to explore relation between temperature and NDVI changes and precipitation and NDVI changes over the period 1982-2006. These connections are examined using correlation and regression analysis. Attention is concentrated to the Czech Republic, Central Europe and Finland. The average value of NDVI in Central Europe increased over the study period of 0,0012 per year. The average value of NDVI in Czech Republic increased of 0,0014 per year. On the territory of the Czech Republic increased the value of NDVI in three seasons (spring, autumn and winter). In the summer, in some areas, decreased NDVI values. Correlation coefficients between NDVI and temperature and NDVI and precipitation appeared consistently the highest in the spring. Keywords: NDVI, vegetation indices, temperature, precipitation, Central Europe, Czech Republic

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