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Aplication of simulation models for operating production line analysis and improvement
Zajoncová, Michaela ; Kuncová, Martina (advisor) ; Fábry, Jan (referee)
This work is dedicated to analysis and potential improvement in operation of production line using simulation model. More precisely the analysis goal is to optimize production line used for production of Cisco routes in company Foxconn CZ. Aim of this work is to verify options for line balancing improvement by decreasing human resources and increasing the number of testing units. For this purpose, simulation was used as tool for optimization. This work focuses on application of simulation modelling theory in practical case. Results were acquired by experimenting with simulation model created in computer mode, which is describes real operating system. With use of simulation, non-effective parts of real system were detected and for these non-effective parts, more effective use of human and technical resources was suggested.
Vehicle financing choice through decision making methods
Dubnová, Jindřiška ; Borovička, Adam (advisor) ; Kuncová, Martina (referee)
The subject of this thesis is to find the right choice of vehicle financing possibilities that are offered by a company named ŠkoFIN s.r.o. The first chapter analyses the behaviour of customers on the market of vehicle financing in the past 10 years and their current preferences based on a statistics given by ŠkoFIN s.r.o. The possibilities of a vehicle purchase are described and also their pros and cons. In the second chapter there are explained basic concepts and methods of a multi-criteria decision making with focus on methods based on a utility function and an evaluation according to preference intensity. The last part focuses on the analysis of ŠkoFIN´s customers that are distributed into characteristic subgroups based on their preferences and choices in the previous year 2016. Multi-criteria decision making methods described in the theoretical part of this thesis are then applied to those subgroups of customers. The aim of the thesis is to pick the best choice of a vehicle financing for different groups of customers.
Optimalization of production of restaurant
Beroušková, Klára ; Skočdopolová, Veronika (advisor) ; Kuncová, Martina (referee)
The topic of this thesis is to optimize production of restaurant Kořenského. The restaurant specializes in making burgers which are offered in many variations. The thesis will solve production planning with sets and integer programing with limited production. Practical part of the thesis is based on actual restaurant data over a one month period. The main goal of the thesis is to create a model which finds the optimal manufacturing structure to maximize sales while keeping prices and inventory in the same level. Additional goal is to optimize prices and inventory and recalculate the optimal manufacturing structure. All calculations are done in MPL for Windows software.
Blending problem and its utilization in practice
Jurda, Daniel ; Dlouhá, Zuzana (advisor) ; Kuncová, Martina (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to find out how much it would cost millions of people to cover the minimum recommended daily allowance of nutrients using the LINGO mixing task. We select eight basic raw materials as food and we will review the price over a 30-year period, this data being drawn from commodity exchange prices. Then, using the EViews program, we estimate the price for another 5 years. Finally, we will find out how much it would be worth resolving the problem of food scarcity globally and what sums would have to be sacrificed in the past so that nobody died in the famine in this time span.
Possibility of linking inventory models with logistics method JIT
Pospíšilová, Kristýna ; Kuncová, Martina (advisor) ; Jablonský, Josef (referee)
This thesis deals with the interconnection of inventory models and logistic control methods. The purpose of the thesis is to apply inventory models for the production company and its subsequent connection with the selected logistic method. Based on the data, future demand is estimated. For items that are described by a probability distribution, they explain how likely the values will be at the certain interval. Demand for items whose consumption values are of a random nature is estimated using the exponential balancing method. Stochastic models are selected for inventory optimization if monthly consumption data is described by a probable distribution. For other items, deterministic models are selected at approximate annual demand. For these items, aggregation of orders is then considered. In addition, for all models, variable delivery costs are taken into an account. Finally, a possible link to the chosen logistic method JIT is described. The calculations are executed in MS Excel. At the end of the thesis there are recommendations for the company.
Practical use of diet problem
Vítek, Lukáš ; Kuncová, Martina (advisor) ; Sekničková, Jana (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to formulate a mathematical model of linear programming problem, which will optimize the menu composition based on a required optimal amount of macronutrients. The goal programming approach is used to solve this problem. At first, the model which will only optimize diet with respect to nutritional values is formulated. After that this model is modified to provide a practically usable menu composition. Finally, the model is upgraded to three days model and more alternative ways are used to solve the problem. There is introduced theory of operational research and linear programming and basic recommendations on a balanced diet in the beginning of the thesis. Then these theoretical knowledges are used in a practical part. All models are formulated in MPL for Windows and solved by the solver Gurobi. The foodstuff database was created in the Microsoft Excel.
Application for graphical solution of linear programming problems
Nebesová, Anna ; Sekničková, Jana (advisor) ; Kuncová, Martina (referee)
Linear programming problems with maximally three variables can be solved graphicaly. The aim of this thesis is to create an application in Microsoft Excel using VBA that graphicaly solves any linear programming problem with two variables, compute the optimal solution and display feasible solution set. At first, finding a graphical solution by hand is explained. Further, the code of the application and the application itself is described. The thesis also includes a list of problems occurred in the process and their solution if found. Finally, possible extensions are suggested and the user manual including errors and bugs is written.
Diet Problem and Osteoporosis Prevention
Jáňová, Nikola ; Kuncová, Martina (advisor) ; Sekničková, Jana (referee)
The bachelor thesis Diet Problem and Osteoporosis Prevention is, among other things, dedicated to a brief introduction to linear programming. It represents a procedure to solve linear programming tasks. It also focuses on the essence of the diet problem, its history and its use in praxis. Besides the diet problem, the word osteoporosis appears in the title, because the thesis deals with diet-based prevention of osteoporosis. An introduction to the subject of osteoporosis is also included. After defining the theoretical basis, the one-day and five-day diet models are formulated. Both models have to meet many criteria and constraints. The models emphasize two categories of people: adults aged from 18 to 50 and adults older than 50. One-day diet models are solved in MS Excel. A solution of the extended five-day model is designed with MPL for Windows.
Multicriteria analysis of current accounts on the Czech banking market
Pacovská, Lucie ; Jablonský, Josef (advisor) ; Kuncová, Martina (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the analysis of current accounts on the Czech banking market. Its goal is to find the most appropriate accounts for different types of clients. The work is divided into three parts. The theoretical part describes the problem of multicriteria decision making, basic concepts and principles, methods for calculating weight of the criteria and individual methods of multicriterial evaluation of alternatives. The second part is devoted to the description of the currently offered current accounts for individuals and a description of the selected criteria according to which the individual alternatives are evaluated. The last computational part tries to find the most appropriate accounts for those clients. Weights are calculated using the scoring method and DEMATEL method. Subsequently, the best accounts are selected by WSA, TOPSIS, ELECTRE III and MAPPAC. The calculations are made by using MS Excel add-in application Sanna.
High school timetabling using multicriteria linear programming
Žítek, Jan ; Skočdopolová, Veronika (advisor) ; Kuncová, Martina (referee)
The theme of this thesis is high school timetabling. The built mathematical model is based on bivalent programming. The model uses multicriteria linear programming too, because a timetable has to fill legal and school's requests and student's and teacher's wishes. Firstly, there are given theoretical basics. Then there is described economic model with school's characteristics and it continues by mathematical model. For optimization, tool MPL for Windows with using Gurobi. Finally, export of optimization is transferred using VBA to form for end users.

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