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Recognition of music style from orchestral recording using Music Information Retrieval techniques
Jelínková, Jana ; Zvončák, Vojtěch (referee) ; Kiska, Tomáš (advisor)
As all genres of popular music, classical music consists of many different subgenres. The aim of this work is to recognize those subgenres from orchestral recordings. It is focused on the time period from the very end of 16th century to the beginning of 20th century, which means that Baroque era, Classical era and Romantic era are researched. The Music Information Retrieval (MIR) method was used to classify chosen subgenres. In the first phase of MIR method, parameters were extracted from musical recordings and were evaluated. Only the best parameters were used as input data for machine learning classifiers, to be specific: kNN (K-Nearest Neighbor), LDA (Linear Discriminant Analysis), GMM (Gaussian Mixture Models) and SVM (Support Vector Machines). In the final chapter, all the best results are summarized. According to the results, there is significant difference between the Baroque era and the other researched eras. This significant difference led to better identification of the Baroque era recordings. On the contrary, Classical era ended up to be relatively similar to Romantic era and therefore all classifiers had less success in identification of recordings from this era. The results are in line with music theory and characteristics of chosen musical eras.
Josef Svátek (1835-1897) and his library
Jelínková, Jana ; Pokorná, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Beneš, Zdeněk (referee)
The topic of the thesis is the library of Josef Svátek (1835 - 1897) who was not only author of historical fiction but also editor and historician. The thesis is based on Svatek's coresspondence, period magazines and his own library. The thesis is focused on Svatek as editor and historician and the attention is paid to not yet published fact about Svatek's life. Svatek's library is the subject of analysis which allows us to see how the library itself was effected by Svatek's interests, hobbies and duties. This thesis is also a part of the project PROVENIO conducted by National Museum Library. Key words Correspondence Library Czech periodicals Editor Writter
The Analysis of Selected Swimming Pools in Prague
Jelínková, Jana ; Flemr, Libor (advisor) ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (referee)
Title: The Analysis of Selected Swimming Pools in Prague Objectives: The aim of my thesis is to create an analysis of selected swimming pools and to compare them to each others. Furthermore, the thesis should show the threats and opportunities of the selected swimming pools. Methods: The case analysis was chosen as the main research method. In the preparation of this analysis other methods were applied, such as intentional selection, document analysis and semi-structured interview. Based on the results the SWOT analysis was developed. Through this method the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the selected swimming pools are shown. The final comparison of all the swimming pools was made using all the previously mentioned methods. Results: The analysis shows that we can label all the selected swimming pools in Prague as functional swimming pools. Functional swimming pools do not lose money, nor do they profit. However, it was proved that none of the chosen swimming pools would be able to function without getting some form of grants. The location of a swimming pool does not influence the number of visitors coming there. Every location has its advantages and disadvantages. The selected swimming pools should try to make their web sites more interesting and easily accessible to visitors,...
Quality management of rehabilitation in patients with cerebrovascular accident
Sádlová, Tereza ; Vaculíková, Barbora (advisor) ; Jelínková, Jana (referee)
OF MASTER THESIS Author: Bc. Tereza Sádlová Supervisor: Mgr. Barbora Vaculíková, MBA Expert guarantor: plk. MUDr. Michal Říha, PhD., MBA Title of master thesis: Quality management of rehabilitation in patients with cerebrovascular accident This master thesis deals with quality management of rehabilitation in patients with cerebrovascular accident and we can also seen her as a basic summary of everything what is connected with quality rehabilitation understood as a service provided in medical devices. The main goal of this master thesis was determined as a presentation of possible form for monitoring and evaluating quality of rehabilitation using Indicator of quality stroke rehabilitation in patients with cerebrovascular accident. For the complex assessment of functional status of patient before and after stroke rehabilitation was reflected all items which are trained during physiotherapy, occupational theray, speech therapy etc. This master thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and empirical. Theoretical part provides basic information of cerebrovascular accident, system of stroke rehabilitation and quality management of health care, which si relative to stroke rehabilitation. Empirical part describes a process of creating of Indicator of quality management of rehabilitation in patients...
Sports event management - Princeton-Blairstown Center
Jelínková, Jana ; Voráček, Josef (advisor) ; Procházka, Jan (referee)
Title: Sports event management - Princeton-Blairstown Center Objectives: The aim of this work is on the basis of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to propose particular arrangement that would improve organization of Princeton-Blairstown Center in following years. Methods: Case analysis was used as the main research method. In preparation of this analysis participant observation, document analysis, semi-structured and unstructured interviews were applied. On the basis of these methods SWOT analysis was developed, which shows the strengths and weaknesses Results: The analysis showed that the Princeton - Blairstown Center was very well organized event with small issues. The camp is associated organization to Princeton University, camp gains part of the funding from the university or its foundations. The advantages of Princeton - Blairstown Center are mainly a high ropes course, a unique environment and area and because of these advantages camp has increasing number of participants every year. For the following years, it is very important to keep a good relationship with the university, take care of the site, keep the lake in good condition, try to find sponsors and improve promotion of Princeton - Blairstown Center. Keywords: Management, sports management, manager, sports event,...

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