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National Phonotegue of the Czech Republic
Horová, Iva
The paper introduces the history of sound and efforts to create a Czech National Phonotegue. It describes the current situation in the area of care for this kind of cultural heritage, which is in the Czech Republic backward and insufficient. It presents the VNF portal and its functions.
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Sample preparation for tensile test from a form-complex part using Reverse Engineering and CAD/CAM systems
Okřina, Lukáš ; Jaroš, Aleš (referee) ; Slaný, Martin (advisor)
The Master's thesis deals with the proposition of a suitable methodology to produce test specimens intended for tensile testing. Considering the irregular geometries of the parts and deformations in previous tests, reverse engineering was used to obtain a CAD model that was used to control dimensions and create a machining strategy. This thesis also includes an analysis of current technologies in the field of reverse engineering.
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) in Business Practice
Morcinková, Lenka ; Nahodil, Petr (referee) ; Hammer, Miloš (advisor)
Master’s thesis is concerned with maintenance management in manufacturing companies focusing on TPM. The first part of the thesis deals with the topic theoretically and proposes possible solution in company Siemens Electric Machines s.r.o. based on system analysis. The practical part then describes the current state of maintenance management and recommend various measures to improve autonomous, scheduled and reactive maintenance in this company.
Design of replicated production of the selected part using the technology Reverse Engineering and Rapid prototyping
Kolář, Jakub ; Jaroš, Aleš (referee) ; Slaný, Martin (advisor)
This study has been as a diploma project at BUT. Theoretical part describes the most used methods in Reverse engineering and Rapid Prototyping. Each method describes its characteristics, usability and pros and cons in general. Practical part of this study deals with application of these methods. Goal of this work has been to obtain a digital model of a winker from Škoda 1000 car using optical scanner ATOS, making a new master model in CATIA software, analyzing its dimensions compared to the scanned model and choosing a suitable manufacturing technology with emphasis on functional properties of this component.
Design of Lean Production and its Implementation into the Conditions of Operation when Applying Digitization
Šmíd, Václav ; Matušinec, David (referee) ; Jurová, Marie (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is focused on design of lean production and its implementation by means of digitization in Fatra, a.s. Napajedla. The partial goal of the thesis is to analyze the functions, advantages and importance of the MES system in the company. First, the company, its production portfolio and organizational structure will be introduced. In the analytical part of the thesis, the production process and the current state of production in the selected section will be characterized. The practical part will focus on optimizing production using digital outputs. The thesis contains a proposal that contributes to increase of efficiency in the given production section.
OCR for tabular data
Tódová, Lucia ; Kratochvíl, Miroslav (advisor) ; Šefl, Vít (referee)
Table recognition is an important tool for digitalizing documents that con- tain tabular data, which often occur in areas of administration, finances and education. This thesis re-uses existing optical character recognition software to construct a new table recognition algorithm that aims to simplify the digitaliza- tion of diverse document types. The resulting algorithm achieves comparable or better results than currently available open-source software. Thesis additionally reviews common methods of OCR software implementation, and measures the influence of image preprocessing quality on the outcome of the table recognition. 1
Analysis of communication of the non-profit organization People in Need on Facebook
Sedláčková, Lucie ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Švec, Kamil (referee)
The aim and the goal of this thesis are to analyze the digital communication of the non-profit organization People in need through its Facebook posts. The thesis is divided into three main parts. The first one focused on the phenomenon of new media and social media. These two subjects will be defined and base on available literature. Then the theoretical part will focus on non-profit organizations, their strategies and especially their digitalization and digital communication. The finding from this part will be applied in the analyses. The methodological part will set the process of content qualitative analyses and pragmatic linguistic analyses, which will be used in the practical part. The practical part will focus on the categorization of the Facebook posts and then especially on language occurrences. There will be specific examples in every part of the thesis. The last part will sum up the findings and highlight the important parts.
Developmental trends in labor law in light of automation, digitization and robotization
Stolička, Jáchym ; Štangová, Věra (advisor) ; Hůrka, Petr (referee)
Developmental trends in labor law in light of automation, digitization and robotization Abstract This master thesis deals with developmental trends in labor law in the light of automation, digitization and robotization. It analyzes the individual trends and gives the evidence that the dynamic pace of the Fourth Industrial Revolution has a significant impact on labor law sub-institutes and the overall labor-law paradigm. The work itself is divided into four parts. The first and second part set out the starting points and basic concepts and analyze the developmental trends that have influenced the world of work since the beginning of human history. There is an emphasis on the similarity of historical development trends with current trends. The third part of the thesis analyzes the current developmental trends in labor law by prism of the values established in the first part of the thesis. It focuses on the ability of the Czech Labor Code to regulate flexible forms of employment. At the same time, it emphasizes the factual changes in labor relations and the legal status of their participants in the digital era. It also analyzes in detail the trend of shared economy and its influence on the form of labor relations with reference to the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union. It also takes into...
Dehumanization as a risk factor for the use of digital technologies in the context of social work
Brezina, Lukáš ; Vrzáček, Petr (advisor) ; Müller, Karel (referee)
The thesis deals with the threat of dehumanization when applying digital technologies and robotics into social work. The work focuses on the history and origin of digital technologies within the context of social changes. It explores the basic rules governing elementary functioning and development of digital technologies and robotics. The thesis describes and summarizes basic information about the possibilities and risks of using digital technologies and robotics within social work. Towards the end it also includes opinions of several professional and political authorities who are active in this topic. This thesis aims to trigger the debate over the possible threats connected to dehumanization of social work and the use of digital technologies and robotics, respectively make it more intensive.
Past and present the Pisek radiological workplace
X-ray examination is one of the oldest and easiest imaging methods, still widely used today in medicine. X-ray is always performed as an initial examination, and after further consideration or ambiguity of the attending physician, more expensive and complicated examinations with higher radiation load can be taken. For example, X-rays lung tests, which are required to be preoperative, can be determined by a number of possible health indications. Therefore, lung examination can not be substituted for anything similar and will always remain among the most basic investigative methods. In this bachelor thesis I will focus on the history and development of the X-ray workplace in Písek. This will span from its public sector origins, as a department within the local hospital. Until it moved into the private sector, where it remains today. It is generally reported from sources (IHIS) that the number of X-rays performed is constantly increasing. A fact I followed at the Rentgen Písek s.r.o. In this thesis, using a twenty year period from 1997 to 2017, I will discover whether the number of X-ray examinations has changed, as a result of new screening methods such as CT and MR. A final task of my bachelor thesis is to investigate whether the exposure values used for the separation of the X-ray Clinic of the Písek for the given period of observation have reduced or increased.

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