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Success rate monitoring of the selected volleyball spiker game moves in the male extraleague.
Horák, Tomáš ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: Success rate monitoring of the selected volleyball spiker game moves in the male extraleague. Aim: The aim of the thesis is to find out the success of the players in the hitter's position in the best eight teams of the men's volleyball extraleague on the pass and on the attack. Method: The thesis is based on empirical research using the technique of data collection using indirect observation, survey and video analysis of selected matches. Results: The results confirmed that the second spikers were better players in the passing ball than first spikers. It was further confirmed that the first spikers were better attacking players than second spikers. The first spikers were more used in the attack than second spikers, it wasn't confirmed. Keywords: Volleyball Spiker Pass Attack Male extraleague Statistics
The use of foreign players in Czech extraleague baseball
Ercoli, Lukáš ; Crossan, William Morea (advisor) ; Ruda, Tomáš (referee)
Title: The use of foreign players in Czech extraleague baseball Objectives: The thesis aims to determine the contribution of foreign players who were active in the Czech baseball extraleague at the game and club level for the seasons 2015-2020. The diploma thesis compares the effectiveness of game performance of foreign players with Czech players. Conducting statistical analysis can show how many foreign players were on individual teams, and how effective they are for the team. Methods: The thesis analyzes secondary data obtained from the information system of the Czech Baseball Association and data collected by the baseball-stat web portal. Furthermore, semi-structured interviews were conducted with representatives of six Extraleague clubs. The number of foreign players in 2015-2020 and their national composition was examined. Central to the thesis were statistics such as Wins Above Replacement (WAR), Number of innings pitched (IP), Earned run average (ERA) and Batting average (BA). Results: In conclusion, the thesis analyzes secondary sources compared with an analysis of interviews with representatives of Extraleague clubs. The main finding was that foreign players are differential players, and are most often placed in primary positions, such as a pitcher in baseball. This is confirmed by the...
Application of Mathematical and Statistical Methods in Company Management
Chládek, Ivo ; Michalíková, Eva (referee) ; Doubravský, Karel (advisor)
Bakalářská práce se zabývá posouzením finanční situace společnosti s použitím vybraných metod finanční analýzy a statistiky za období 2015-2019. Práce má 3 části. V teoretické částí jsou vysvětlena teoretická východiska finanční analýzy, časových řad a regresní analýzy. Analytická část obsahuje představení společnosti, analýzu finančních výkazů za zvolené období, statistickou analýzu pro stanovení trendu a předpověď budoucích výsledků a také zhodnocení dosažených výsledků. Závěrečná část je věnována návrhům opatření pro zlepšení finanční situace podniku.
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.
Unique Car Counting
Uhrín, Peter ; Špaňhel, Jakub (referee) ; Juránek, Roman (advisor)
Current systems for counting cars on parking lots usually use specialized equipment, such as barriers at the parking lot entrance. Usage of such equipment is not suitable for free or residential parking areas. However, even in these car parks, it can help keep track of their occupancy and other data. The system designed in this thesis uses the YOLOv4 model for visual detection of cars in photos. It then calculates an embedding vector for each vehicle, which is used to describe cars and compare whether the car has changed over time at the same parking spot. This information is stored in the database and used to calculate various statistical values like total cars count, average occupancy, or average stay time. These values can be retrieved using REST API or be viewed in the web application.
Software Application for Assessment of Selected Indicators
Lacková, Iveta ; Novotná, Veronika (referee) ; Doubravský, Karel (advisor)
This study describes development of the software to support stock management for small e-commerce companies. The software development was done for the company called MegaComics. The purpose of the developed software is automated calculation of the optimal stock values based on the predicted demand. The first part of the document contains an overview of theoretical knowledge needed during the development of the software. Next to that, it describes the company and calculations required for the application development. The last part contains details on the software application and code which was developed in Visual Basic for Applications.
Comparison of Innovation Activities in Selected Countries
Soukupová, Marie ; Veselý, Josef (referee) ; Putnová, Anna (advisor)
The bachelor thesis brings comparison of three selected countries, the Czech Republic, Canada and Poland, from the perspective of six indicators – innovativeness of companies, corruption perceived by citizens, engagement of stakeholders in forming legislation, female representation in the parliament, skills and abilities of students and future quality of life. The thesis includes thorough analysis of dependence among these indicators and provides recommendations derived from them that would increase the quantity and quality of innovation within Czech companies.
RQA System Anomaly Detection
Lorenc, Jan ; Jeřábek, Kamil (referee) ; Pluskal, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the theses is to design and implement a machine learning model for anomaly detection in Y Soft's RQA system. Owing to the microservice architecture, an anomaly is considered to be a recurring occurrence of outliers in durations of service requests or a considerable variance in error rate. The thesis outlines the current data collection process in the system and defines what kind of data describe the state of the system. It devises a suitable format of data storage for its subsequent analysis. It presents algorithms commonly used to solve anomaly detection problems. The anomaly detection is designed and implemented using cluster analysis and statistical methods. Finally, the thesis evaluates the quality of the detection and the achieved results.
Annual report 2019 National Information and Consulting Centre for Culture (NIPOS)
Lázňovská, Lenka ; NIPOS - Národní informační a poradenské středisko pro kulturu
Základním posláním NIPOS je podpora rozvoje kultury, především rozvoje kulturněspolečenských a tvůrčích aktivit občanů v místech a regionech, se zřetelem k oblasti neprofesionálních uměleckých aktiv. NIPOS je odborným pracovištěm pro amatérské umění, pro rozvoj dětských estetických aktivit a mládeže a pro rezortní statistiku. Je odborným garantem řady uměleckých přehlídek
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The Concept of Hope in the Epistles of Apostle Paul
Sluka, Jiří ; Ryšková, Mireia (advisor) ; Brož, Jaroslav (referee)
The work deals with the epistles of Paul the Apostle. Using Greek concordance, it searches for verses containing the words hope and to hope, analyzes them, and examines the context where Paul writes about hope. The analysis is then used to create generalizing characteristics: who or what, according to Paul, is a source of hope, what is its object or goal, what are its effects, how to distinguish beneficial hope from ineffective and harmful hope, what is the connection and order of virtues in the Faith - Love - Hope triad. The work also takes into account some parts expressing hope without explicitly mentioning the term, in addition to the expressed use of the word hope. It evaluates the obtained proper findings and compares them with published conclusions of other authors in professional biblical literature from the end of the 20th century to the present and with the opinion of two modern important ecclesiastical documents dealing with hope. The conclusions of the work show Paul as a biblical author who uses the concept of Christian hope extremely often in a wide range of contexts and whose epistles have a reference meaning for understanding this concept. Hope is significantly Christocentric in Paul's presentation with a very close relationship to faith and love. The work outlines general...

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