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Analysis of Outlier Detection Methods
Labaš, Dominik ; Bartík, Vladimír (referee) ; Burgetová, Ivana (advisor)
The topic of this thesis is analysis of methods for detection of outliers. Firstly, a description of outliers and various methods for their detection is provided. Then a description of selected data sets for testing of methods for detection of outliers is given. Next, an application design for the analysis of the described methods is presented. Then, technologies are presented, which provide models for described methods of detection of outliers. The implementation is then described in more detail. Subsequently, the results of experiments are presented, which represent the main part of this thesis. The results are evaluated and the individual models are compared with each other. Lastly, a method for accelerating outlier detection is demonstrated.
Comparison of Personal Income tax in the Czech Republic and Slovakia
Hauptmanová, Tatiana ; Svirák, Pavel (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the comparison of personal income taxation in the Czech and Slovak Republics. The theoretical part defines the tax, important concepts related to it and individual tax systems in both countries. The analytical part consists of examples on the basis of which taxation in the Czech Republic and Slovakia is compared and evaluated. Based on the results, solutions are proposed in the last part. Finally, it is evaluated which country is more suitable for a natural person.
Comparison of Personal Income tax in the Czech Republic and the Slovakia
Grác, Henrich ; Hobza, Tomáš (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the comparison of personal income tax in the Czech Republic and the Slovakia for 2019. It describes the tax system and the process for personal income tax in individual states. The practical part focuses on concrete calculation of personal income tax, and contains a proposal leading to tax optimization in the Czech Republic.
Slovak and Czech architecture of the 20th century 60: Comparison of selected buildings
Rusňáková, Lucia ; Czumalo, Vladimír (advisor) ; Šmied, Miroslav (referee)
Abstract The bachelor thesis deals with the determination of the basic common features and the differences between Slovak and Czech architecture of the 60s and 70s year of the 20th century. It is based on a comparison of four selected representative pairs of buildings, architectural monuments (Monument of Slovak National Uprising in Banska Bystrica and completion of the tower of the church of the Virgin Mary and St. Jeroným, Cyril and Metod, Vojtech and Prokop in Prague), crematoriums (Bratislava and Zlin), University campuses (Slovak University of Agriculture and the Czech technical University in Prague) and bridges in the urban environment (SNP bridge in Bratislava and Prague Nusle Bridge). The comparative analysis is preceded by the insight on the development of the Slovak and Czech architecture in the 20th century, focusing on the 1960s and the question whether in the joint Czechoslovak state existed two specific national schools. Comprehensive responds is given in the final chapter by summarizing the results of the comparison of selected buildings. The analysed buildings are graphically and photographically documented.
Do Determinants of Happiness Vary across Demographic Groups?
Marčiš, Peter ; Chytilová, Julie (advisor) ; Janotík, Tomáš (referee)
This thesis examines relationships between subjective well-being of individuals and various factors (determinants of happiness) using the ordinary least squares (OLS) method separately for each of the major religious denominations, world regions, and sizes of municipalities. The results are then compared across the specified groups in order to find out if there are any significant differences. Based on the output of the analysis it can be inferred that there are remarkable differences especially across religious denominations and world regions where the most notable differences are found in case of relative income, unemployment, gender and marital statuses. On the other hand, the differences across various municipality sizes are not so frequent or substantial and the most significant variations are found for variables representing GDP per capita and marital statuses. Key Words subjective well-being, determinants of happiness, religious denominations, world regions, municipality sizes, comparison, differences
Comparison of the determination of hormones (Follicle stimulating hormone, Luteinizing hormone, Prolactin, Testosterone, Progesteron) by two analytical systems. Converting accredited method and its verification.
Kucejová, Soňa ; Martínková, Markéta (advisor) ; Mrízová, Iveta (referee)
Analytical system ARCHITECT i2000SR was verified according to requirements of ÚLBLD VFN and 1. LF UK laboratory in Prague. Repeatability, intermediate precision, and measurement uncertainty were determined as performance parameters for verification of analytical assays for testosterone, progesterone, luteinizing hormone, follicule stimulating hormone and prolactin. Results of Lyphochek control samples, which were measured, were consistent with values given by manufacture. Repeatability: coefficients of variation for testosterone Lyphochek 1 6,81%, for Lyphochek 3 6,40%, progesterone 2,4% and 1,8%, luteinizing hormone 5,38% and 1,89%, follicle stimulating hormone 5,12% and 3,24% prolactin 1,45% a 1,83%. Intermediate precision: coefficients of variation for testosterone Lyphochek 1 6,02%, Lyphochek 2 3,60%, Lyphochek 3 3,07%, progesterone 7,9%, 4,9% and 5,8%, luteinizing hormone 4,50%, 5,51% and 5,83%, follicle stimulating hormone 4,00%, 3,72% and 4,87%, prolactin 4,60%, 4,20% and 5,00%. Measurement uncertainty: testosterone 6,02%, progesterone 7,9%, luteinizing hormone 5,83%, follicle stimulating hormone 4,87%, prolactin 5,00%. Analytical System Architect i2000SR was compared with previously used ADVIA Centaur system to find out, whether it is possible to convert the method Centaur Testosterone,...
Comparison of Personal Income Tax in the Czech Republic and Slovakia
Koptáková, Alexandra ; Blahušiaková,, Miriama (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the issue of comparing personal income tax in the Czech Republic and the Slovakia for 2016. It describes the tax system and process for persoal income tax in mentioned countries. Practical part is focused on concrete calculation of taxing and it contains tax optimisation for each taxpayers.
Legal regulation of hunting in the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic
Bubelíny, Ľubomír ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Stejskal, Vojtěch (referee)
In present days hunting in not only a livelihood as it was plenty years ago. Nowadays it helps among others to achieve sustainable and durable development of the environment. The purpose of the thesis is to analyze the hunting law in both, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The paper consists of ten chapters. First chapter introduces hunting legislation during the period of the common state formed by the Czechs and Slovaks. First Act which was applied in the whole territory of the former Czechoslovakia was the Hunting Act no. 225 adopted in 1947. This Act was based on the principle of connection right of hunt with the right of property to the land. Right to hunt meant inter alia a right to protect a game. In 1962 was adopted a new Hunting Act which was in accordance with the law principles of that period. Main principle of the Hunting Act of 1962 was separation of right to hunt from property right to land. Chapters Two and Three contain the relevant description of the legislation of the European Union and norms of the international law related to the hunting. The main purpose of the EU legislation as well as of the international law is the protection of the species and the nature. Due to the differences in the hunting traditions in the member states the common European hunting legislation is not desirable....
Concrete flat slab supported by columns
Neuschl, Marcel ; Strnad, Jiří (referee) ; Perla, Jan (advisor)
The aim of bachelor thesis was to design locally supported ceiling slab, according to the assignment of the lead work. During designing were used three static methods that work compared (additivity method of moments, method of replacement frames and finite element method using software RFEM - Dlubal). Own design of structure defected to the results of the finite element method.
Performance Evaluation of Graphics Accelerator
Vanek, Juraj ; Drábek, Vladimír (referee) ; Herout, Adam (advisor)
My work is about performance evaluation of graphics accelerator by 3D scenes rendering. It focuses on how to test the performance of the accelerator from every point of view during the performance critical operations in 3D graphics. It deals with implementation problems of individual measures, their influence on total results and evaluation of the measurements. The final output of the application is a score, by which is possible to judge what performance is giving the accelerator in comparison with others. For this comparison is available an on-line results database.

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