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Web Page Transformation to Vector Graphics
Nguyen, Hoang Duong ; Bartík, Vladimír (referee) ; Burget, Radek (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is devoted to the problem of rendering websites with vector graphics. The goal of this thesis is design and implement an extension of the WebVector project, which allows creating the output in PDF format and rendering some specific CSS3 properties. The terms related to vector graphics and its formats are explained. This work describes the structure and features of the CSSBox library, which project WebVector works with, and other related libraries. Then some of the CSS3 properties and also their design and implementation in platform Java are detailly described.
Improving an Existing System for Clustering of Files
Jasnický, Matúš ; Kolář, Dušan (referee) ; Křivka, Zbyněk (advisor)
The aim of this work is to extend the existing tool named Clusty --- developed by Avast Software to cluster various file types --- with new file types, namely PDF and LNK (MS Windows shortcut). Data needed for clustering are obtained by static analysis of files by third-party tools. The work also describes the selection of suitable attributes and methods for clustering. All parts of the work have been tested and deployed into production.
Web Tool for Estimation of Document Size
Dlouhá, Simona ; Dobeš, Petr (referee) ; Herout, Adam (advisor)
Aim of this thesis is to design and create web tool, which will allow users to get a text range in standard pages from a PDF file. The thesis introduces algorithms designed for retrieving statistics from a file. The tool is implemented using Python and Django framework, user interface is realized by HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Result of this thesis is a tool that provides text statistics, image statistics and chapters overview. Benefit of this tool is also more precise page counting in documents with images in comparison with other tools. 
High-Quality Visualization of Petri Nets for Publishing Purposes
Bednář, Drahoslav ; Kočí, Radek (referee) ; Janoušek, Vladimír (advisor)
This work is trying to solve the problem of graphical visualization of Petri nets in text publications. The aim of the thesis is to create a tool that will simplify generating of Petri nets and at the same time provide a more aesthetic graphical output than existing tools do. A simplex algorithm was used for automatic network layout. The program has both graphical interface and text mode and can cooperate well with existing tools for working with Petri nets, which the text also mentions. The program is able to load a pnml file and produce a usable image in png, pdf, and svg formats.
A Reading Diary Application
Navrátil, Petr ; Podivínský, Jakub (referee) ; Krčma, Martin (advisor)
Development of information technology enables us to take notes of all kind in more comfortable, electronic way than as it was in written form. Improvement can be seen for example in case of reading diaries which were mostly hand-written when we first got in touch with them in elementary school. This Bachelor's thesis is focusing on creating an application suitable for writing a personal reading diary. Application will enable user to fill own literary analysis, track reading time of books or add books to user's individual lists which will represent shelves as known from libraries. Users will be able to share their books and shelves with other users.
Implementing technology visualisation in COMES
Sýkora, Tomáš ; Pásek, Jan (referee) ; Kaczmarczyk, Václav (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with visualization of laboratory tasks in the COMES production information system from Compas automatizace s.r.o. The first part describes the COMES system and its individual parts. The second part deals with the description of the laboratory task. The third part describes the program part of the work with a detailed description for easy extension of the task. And the final part is dedicated to the documentation of the created application.
A Tool for Transformation of PDF to Text
Bujok, Jonáš ; Raab, Jan (advisor) ; Falt, Zbyněk (referee)
Title: A Tool for Transformation of PDF to Text Author: Jonáš Bujok Department: Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics (32-UFAL) Supervisor: Mgr. Jan Raab, Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics (32-UFAL) Abstract: In this thesis we described an extraction procedure of text information from PDF (Portable Document Format) files. Thesis is focused mainly on middle-Europe languages. We designed, described and implemented program for this purpose. Besides the program and it's description the thesis contains information about PDF format object structure, it's syntax and logic necessary for proper understanding of text searching principles in PDF file. We also discussed filters, fonts and all other PDF Objects that the program need to process. This thesis also deals with methods and possibilities of improving program's functionality, speed, memory usage, reliability an universality of usage.
Designing and implementing GUI for PDF Editor
Pešková, Eva ; Mišutka, Jozef (advisor) ; Lasák, Petr (referee)
Thesis analyses existing PDF editors and focuses on creating new one that is user-friendly, simple and easy-to-use. The final product contains basic operations with text, images and annotations. It is also possible to view the changes via version control. Implementation was based upon existing project PDFEdit, created as a Software Project for Faculty of mathematical and physics at Charles university. It is using QT4 library for creating graphical user interface. The final product will be distributable to Windows-class operating systems via installation file and on system based on Unix via Makefile.
A Tool for Transformation of PDF to Text
Bujok, Jonáš ; Raab, Jan (advisor) ; Hauzar, David (referee)
Title: A Tool for Transformation of PDF to Text Author: Jonáš Bujok Department: Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics (32-UFAL) Supervisor: Mgr. Jan Raab, Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics (32-UFAL) Abstract: In this thesis we described an extraction procedure of text information from PDF (Portable Document Format) files. Thesis is focused mainly on middle-Europe languages. We designed, described and implemented program for this purpose. Besides the program and it's description the thesis contains information about PDF format object structure, it's syntax and logic necessary for proper understanding of text searching principles in PDF file. We also discussed filters, fonts and all other PDF Objects that the program need to process. This thesis also deals with methods and possibilities of improving program's functionality, speed, memory usage, reliability an universality of usage.

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