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Saint Francis' quest for the Crucified through the San Damiano Cross
Růžička, Jakub ; Sládek, Karel (advisor) ; Červenková, Denisa (referee)
Saint Francis' quest for the Crucified through the San Damiano Cross Abstract The encounter with the Crucified is the constitutive element of the spirituality of Saint Francis of Assisi. The objective of my thesis is finding the deeper understanding of Francis' perception of the cross. The topic should be elucidated by the San Damiano Cross Icon and other moments of the Saint of Assisi's life. The study of Francis' relation to the cross will be put into an appropriate context: the theology of the cross is mainly ingrained in the Jesus Christ's Mystery of Easter. This knowledge is deepened in life of the Early Church and, through the enriching epoch-making interposition even the "poor little" of Assisi may experience its fruits. In the fundamental part of the text I will organize the key materials for the study of Francis' relation to the crucified Christ contained in the franciscan sources with the help of the newest literature. Therefore the thesis will offer a complex view to one of the crucial moments of Francis' conversion. Keywords Saint Francis of Assisi, San Damiano, icon, cross, theology of the cross, The Crucified, history of the cross, speaking cross, franciscan sources, St. Paul, St. Bonaventure
Determination of the working range and efficiency of the water hammer pump
Růžička, Jakub ; Himr,, Daniel (referee) ; Špano, Miroslav (advisor)
This thesis focuses on setting the range and efficiency of a water ram pump through experimental measurements in a laboratory. The measurements were carried out on three different constructions of water ram pump, each of the designed and assembled by the author of this thesis himself, to find out whether the weight on the pulsating valve has an influence on the water ram pump efficiency. Further on this thesis aims at the comparison of up to now methods of water transport arrangement used at a summer camp and the usage of the water ram pump and its advantages. The principal of water ram pump originates in hydraulic impact that is being precisely described in a great detail as well. On of the chapters even includes the placement manual for the water ram pump and its overall assembly and connexion. Because the presence of floating debris is inevitable, this thesis also deals with the possibility to solve the incoming water impurities by adding an inflow gating to prevent such problem. This inflow gating has only been designed in a Flow 3D programme to introduce the idea and functions.
Determination of the working range and efficiency of the water hammer pump
Růžička, Jakub ; Haluza,, Miloslav (referee) ; Špano, Miroslav (advisor)
This thesis focuses on setting the range and efficiency of a water ram pump through experimental measurements in a laboratory. The measurements were carried out on three different constructions of water ram pump, each of the designed and assembled by the author of this thesis himself, to find out whether the weight on the pulsating valve has an influence on the water ram pump efficiency. Further on this thesis aims at the comparison of up to now methods of water transport arrangement used at a summer camp and the usage of the water ram pump and its advantages. The principal of water ram pump originates in hydraulic impact that is being precisely described in a great detail as well. On of the chapters even includes the placement manual for the water ram pump and its overall assembly and connexion. Because the presence of floating debris is inevitable, this thesis also deals with the possibility to solve the incoming water impurities by adding an inflow gating to prevent such problem. This inflow gating has only been designed in a Flow 3D programme to introduce the idea and functions.
Keeping linear objects of cycling infrastructure in topographical databases and digital cartography.
Růžička, Jakub ; Šára, Pavel (advisor) ; Novotná, Kateřina (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is creating of a new methodology of keeping linear objects of cycling infrastructure in the ZABAGED® database. The methodology determines the way of keeping data in the database including attributes, attributes' description and the way of their assignment to appropriate lines. Objects of interest are marked cycling routes and special types of infrastructure which have been designed for cycling (e.g. bicycle trails, traffic lines reserved for cyclists or cycling corridors). Theoretical part is an overview of different types of cycling infrastructure including legislatively-bounding properties (width, marking) and an overview of the methodology of marking cycling routes. Furthermore, there is an overview of existing databases in which cycling infrastructure is already being kept and five of these are further characterised. The practical part comprises creating of a new data layer to evaluate the function of created methodology in covering real-life object's parameters. The created data layer can be found in attachment of this thesis together with its visualisation on a map. Included in the practical part there also is a description of possible problems which occurred during vectorisation and possible solutions or precautions on how to prevent them.
Water supply of scout camp by hydraulic ram
Růžička, Jakub ; Duchan, David (referee) ; Špano, Miroslav (advisor)
This work is dealing with water supply of a scout camp from Trusovický potok. The water is pumped with a ram pump to the water tank. The construction of the ram pump is simplified and it is collected from commonly available fittings and fixtures. The water from the tank is distributed by pipe network gravitationaly. Operating charakteristics of the hydraulic ram pump were measured in the laboratory.
Study of student groups on Facebook focused on two different methods of data collection
Stavárek, Filip ; Růžička, Jakub (advisor) ; Remr, Jiří (referee)
The work focuses on student groups on Facebook, their structure, the highly acclaimed users and types of posts being posted in the groups. All those aspects are being observed by different methods, online survey and data mining. The main goal is to compare those methods of data collection and observe, whether are findings comparable and if, to what extend. The other goal is to highlight unique aspects of each of methods. Based on the results it is safe to say that the findings of both methods are interchangeable in limited extend. Those limitations are based on different approach to data collection. Each of chosen methods offer different advantages which ought to be considered while deciding one or another method. While one of advantages of web surveys is the ability to work with paradata and ask possibly on anything, data mining from Facebook offer the possibility to work with big data and their analysis. The main benefit of work is the demonstrational usage of both methods to better understand the limits of findings. Thus the reader will gain better idea when use one or another method. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
How to Create Self-Driven Education: The Social Web & Social Sciences, Coursera & Khan Academy 2014 Case Study
Růžička, Jakub ; Remr, Jiří (advisor) ; Soukup, Petr (referee)
This diploma thesis is concerned with the possibilities of the social web data employment in social sciences. Its theoretical part describes the changes in education in the context of the dynamics of contemporary society within three fundamental (interrelated) dimensions of technology (the cause and/or the tool for the change), work (new models of collaboration), and economics (sustainability of free & open-source business models). The main methodological part of the thesis is focused on the issues of sampling, sample representativeness, validity & reliability assessment, ethics, and data collection of the emerging social web research in social sciences. The research part includes illustrative social web analyses and conclusions of the author's 2014 Coursera & Khan Academy on the Social Web research and provides the full research report in its attachement to compare its results to the theoretical part in order to provide a "naive" (as derived from the social web mentions and networks) answer to the fundamental question: "How to Create Self-Driven Education?" Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Techn(olog)ical Revolution in Education: Practices and Attitudes of Ninth Grade Pupils to Education and Autodidacticism within the Reforming System of Education
Růžička, Jakub ; Remr, Jiří (advisor) ; Buchtík, Martin (referee)
Jakub Růžička Techn(olog)ická revoluce ve vzdělávání: zvyklosti a postoje žáků devátých tříd ZŠ ke studiu a samostudiu uvnitř reformujícího se školství Bakalářská práce Abstract The impossibility of mastering the entire existing knowledge of humankind, which means entire knowledge that has been produced up to know, by independent and individual human being, and also the development and massive expansion of computer technologies and the Internet, imply the necessity of rethinking current educational practices. Despite that, implementing new means of education, progressive didactic methods and crossing the boundaries of study and self-study, is being obstructed by institutional conventional educational system and related methods. Even thought the system responds to the transformation of the labour market, it does not put the main emphasis on information technologies, which are great facilitators in achieving these goals. The ongoing reform of the Czech educational system has the spirit of broader European reforms. This dissertation is concerned with description of the current trend, implementation of new educational methods and associated stances and attitudes of ninth grade pupils, who are one of the first generation in the Czech Republic which has been affected by the revolution in IT and by the above...
Analysis of factors influencing the crime in the city of Liberec
Růžička, Jakub ; Spilková, Jana (advisor) ; Vávra, Jaroslav (referee)
This thesis deals with crime in the urban environment, focusing on the city of Liberec. The basic approaches to urban studies and the basic theories of criminality are mentioned in the theoretical background. The results of various Czech and foreign studies dealing with the same topic are also mentioned. The methodological section contains the explanation of statistical analyses based on the data obtained from the Police and Czech statistical office and from guided interviews with members of the Police and the Municipality of Liberec. The main aim of the thesis is to define characteristics which influence crime and its location in the urban space, and to sketch out what the best crime prevention in the urban space could be. In the empirical part of the thesis firstly, the most frequent offenders and the most frequent types of crime are identified. Then, the influence of the residents' characteristics and the characteristics of urban environment on the crime rates are considered in the subsequent analyses. These analyses are grouped into three factors called the socioeconomic conditions of residents, the living conditions and the quality of flats. The results of the analyses are combined with the outcomes of guided interviews to form the final conclusions. The first one is that crime in Liberec is mainly...

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