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Heating and cooling systems in office operations
Dostál, Petr ; Horák, Petr (referee) ; Formánek, Marian (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the design of the heating and cooling system, inclu-ding hot water preparation for the administrative part of the production hall. The first part of the thesis briefly discusses the history of heating and cooling of office buildings, legislative requirements and current solutions. The second part contains the design of the entire heating and cooling system with heat pump as a source of heat and cold. The final part of the thesis describes the experimental measure-ment and evaluation of the efficiency of the ice rink source.
Log-optimal investment
Král, Stanislav ; Dostál, Petr (advisor) ; Večeř, Jan (referee)
1. Abstrakt Suppose we have a capital, which we will redistribute into investment op- portunities. The financial valuation of these investments will be a sequence of independent, identically distributed random vectors that acquire finite amount of values. We will have full knowledge of the entire history of these valuations before each investment. It turns out that if our strategy is to always maximizes the mean value of the logarithm of the investment value, denoted by Λ∗ , then this strategy is asymptotically the best one possible. If strategy Λ is not asymptotically close to Λ∗ and if x goes to infinity, then the mean of the time we earn atleast x using Λ∗ is infinitely smaller than the time if we used Λ. We also earn infinitely times more money using the strategy Λ∗ . 1
Stochastic analysis with applications in finance
Petrášová, Libuša ; Dostál, Petr (advisor) ; Maslowski, Bohdan (referee)
The purpose of the thesis is to provide a useful concept in the framework of stochastic analysis applicable in finance. The thesis offers proof for Doob- Meyer theorem for boundend martingales which is then extended for local martingales. It also proves the strong Markov theorem for Wiener process and some of its significant consequences. The built framework is then used for creating a method for solution of different tasks in applied finance. 1
Decision making based on partially known decision trees
Poláček, Tomáš ; Dostál, Petr (referee) ; Koutský, Jaroslav (referee) ; Váchal, Jan (referee) ; Dohnal, Mirko (advisor)
There is a wide range of different algorithms for insolvency prediction. The complex concept of insolvency proceedings from the point of view of both parties (debtor versus creditor) and from the point of view of the macroeconomics in this dissertation is new. It is often very difficult to generate forecasts using numerical quantifiers and traditional statistical methods. The reason is the lack of input data. Therefore, the work uses trend analysis tools based on the least information intensive quantifiers, ie trends, increasing, constant, and decreasing. A trend model solution is a set of scenarios where a set of variables is quantified by these trends. All possible transitions between the scenarios are generated and plotted in transition graphs. The oriented transition graph has as a node a set of scenarios, and as a branch the transitions between the scenarios. The given path through the transition graph describes any possible future and past behavior of the insolvency system being investigated. The Transition graph is a complete list of trend-based forecasts. The heuristics for determination of the payoff values from the insolvency proceedings applicable to the decision tree tools and the generated transition graphs from trend analyzes are also presented and used in the thesis. A nine-dimensional model serves as a case study. Vague variables are used in models that may have a major impact on the entire insolvency process, eg greed level and political situation.
The use of soft computing as support for business decision-making
Pekárek, Jan ; Jašek, Roman (referee) ; Lenort, Radim (referee) ; Zinecker, Marek (referee) ; Dostál, Petr (advisor)
The presented dissertation deals with the problem of deploying the charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in the Czech Republic. The core of the thesis is a mathematical optimization model, which is implemented in the language of MATLAB computing software. The model consists of several sub-units representing separate models of studied sub-problems. The individual chapters of the work describe successively these sub models. The sub models are: demand model of the charging service, model of charging supply, charging simulator model, optimization model and its resolving optimization method. The optimization model is accelerated by parallelization on the graphics card. The optimization method is designed as a case-specific implementation of genetic algorithms on a population of tree-structured individuals. The final chapter deals with an economic aspect of the problem under consideration, the implications of the findings and the role that the optimization model plays in the context under consideration. The main benefit of the work lies in the formulation of the problem as a mathematical model, the accompanying analyses and the provided justifications. Any user with updated data can then use this work along with the attached scripts to find answers to questions about the relationship between electromobility and the charging infrastructure.
Hortai, František ; Jašek, Roman (referee) ; Dočkal, Jaroslav (referee) ; Dostál, Petr (referee) ; Smejkal, Vladimír (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to provide comprehensive information on the possibilities of authentication, combination of authentication factors and the integration of this issue into corporate communication. The work focuses on this issue and specifies the possibilities for obtaining authentication information, analyses the authentication methods, identification and authorization. It examines the applicability of biometric technologies, the principle of their functionality, examples of their use, their impact, the advantages and disadvantages they bring. A natural, easy-to-use, convenient tool for effective and secure communication is authentication including the dynamic biometric signature. The issues of the dynamic biometric signature technology and its implementation are examined from a comprehensive perspective involving experiments. The research proved that the dynamic biometric signature can serve as a method for supporting secure corporate communication and reduce authentication risks in companies and for individuals.
Risk Related to Selecting a Supplier Using Fuzzy Logic
Černá, Hana ; Doskočil, Radek (referee) ; Dostál, Petr (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with selection and evaluation of phone accessories suppliers for ZONES s.r.o. company and evaluates their possible risks. In thesis is created decision model which is using fuzzy logic. The main part of the thesis consists of proposals for the evaluation of the company's suppliers. At the beginning of thesis are theoretical bases which will be used in the practical parts. Decision models are created in Microsoft Excel and MATLAB. The fuzzy model is based on requirements of the company. Another part of the thesis deals with analysis and comparison of results from both programs. The result of this thesis is the model which is easy to use and improves selection and evaluations of phone accessories for ZONES s.r.o. company.
The Use of Artificial Intelligence for Decision Making in the Firm
Seryj, Michal ; Budík, Jan (referee) ; Dostál, Petr (advisor)
Diploma thesis deals with design of a model for currency rate prediction by using artificial intelligence as a tool for decision making process in business and public administration. Concrete usage of this prediction is applied in company TechPlasty s.r.o. The thesis focuses on analysis of input data, optimization of a prediction model and evaluation of the results and their profit for the selected company.
Algorithmization for decision support
Magda, Michal ; Budík, Jan (referee) ; Dostál, Petr (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is a strategy creation for bitcoin towards dollar (BTC/USD) on the MetaTrader5 (MT5) platform by utilizing programming language MQL5. The basis of the analysis is to import data from crypto-exchange into the MT5 platform, to program a special strategy based on technical indicators and to backtest the performance efficiency on the historical growth of the bitcoin value. Created solution provides a trading robot with simple access to the crucial parameters modification. Primal finding is the ability to predict the future value of bitcoin, evaluation and comparsion between the revenue and risk.

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