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Hudínková, Veronika ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Boháč, Ivo (advisor)
The bachelor´s thesis focuses on the solution of today's unused Vyškov brewery, which is part of the city's history. The proposal presents a new use of existing buildings and revitalization of the entire complex. The main task is to revitalize this area and find suitable uses that will co-operate and complement the original main function of the site.
Transparency in the State Administration as Protection of Legal Principles Illustrated by the Example of Using of Hedge Commands by the Financial Administration
Bajmaku, Violeta ; Kohoutek, Jan (advisor) ; Ochrana, František (referee)
The thesis explains the need for a high level of transparency in the state administration on a concrete example of administrative practice - using of hedge commands by the financial administration. For explanation, the hedge command is is the ultima ratio tool in the area of the tax administration. The topic was widely publicized and, in particular, the cases of liquidation effects of the hedge commands on some entrepreneurs and cases where the courts decided against financial administration. The mistrust that has arisen in using of this tool is considered a public-political problem in the text. The thesis examines the trustworthiness of the state institution in connection with the degree of transparency. It deals with the influence of the bureaucracy on the state administration, with the accountability of the state officials and with the concept of good governance, on which the need for transparency proves. The multiple case study in the empirical part of the thesis presents five selected critical cases of the use of the hedge command, when the courts decided in favor of the companies. A document analysis was used to describe the cases, especially court judgments, also news and reports. The expert survey then offers a view of experts on the given issue. The primary data was obtained through eight...
Program Development of the Czech Pirate Party
Michalová, Ivana ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Mlejnek, Josef (referee)
This thesis analyses selected program documents of the Czech Pirate Party for the period 2009- 2017 in terms of content of its themes. Specifically, these are the Statute and all election programs created at that time. The aim of the thesis is to determine whether the program development of the Czech Pirate Party occurred during the monitored period. From a methodological point of view, this is a content analysis supplemented by a comparative method. The thesis is based on the characteristic of the theoretical concept of the niche party, which will be presented in the first, theoretical part of thesis. The second part of the thesis takes a closer look at methodology. The third and at the same time the most comprehensive part deals with the introduction of pirate parties and the Czech Pirate Party, the actual content analysis of selected program documents and the subsequent comparison.
Hybrid renderer
Goliaš, Matúš ; Pelikán, Josef (advisor) ; Horáček, Jan (referee)
Title: Hybrid renderer Author: Matúš Goliaš Department: Department of Software and Computer Science Education Supervisor: RNDr. Josef Pelikán, KSVI Abstract: In medical applications, there are often used both volume data and objects defined by their surface. However, rendering these two types of data together is rather dif- ficult. This thesis provides the description of ray marching algorithm for volume rendering. We base the algorithm on the emission-absorption model of light trans- fer through a gaseous material. Moreover, we discuss the problems of adding meshes to the volume with respect to the algorithm. Next, we propose an ex- tension of ray marching which takes all meshes into account and renders them with the volume correctly. In addition, we compare the individual approaches for solving steps of the algorithm. Finally, we implement our solution in an ap- plication for volume viewing. We develop this renderer using OpenGL and we discuss our options of implementation. Furthermore, we extend our application by allowing the camera inside the volume, clipping the scene and interactive edit- ing of transfer functions which define the colour representation of volume data. Subsequently, we describe every feature and discuss its possible implementations. Keywords: volume data, ray marching, translucent...
Institutionalization of the Office for oversight of financing of political parties and movements in the Czech Republic
Sura, Rudolf ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Švec, Kamil (referee)
The aim of this my diploma thesis is to analyze the justification for the establishment of the Institutionalization of the Office for Oversight of Financing of Political Parties and Movements in the Czech Republic. Here I will be particularly interested in the sources of incentives to establish of this Office. Next, I will present the internal settings of the Office itself in the sense of what real changes it has brought to the existing legislation that deals with the financing of political parties in the Czech Republic. In the context of the comparison of the current and formerly valid legal regulations, the fulfillment of the principles of the system of financing of political parties will be monitored. On the basis of empirical data from the Office, evaluate the effectiveness and the justification of the introduction of this Office into the legislation of the Czech Republic. Partial goals and their fulfillment form the basis for answering the research question of work. The research question is based on the aims of the thesis and is formulated in the following way: Can the establishment of the Office be justified in view of the previous legal status? It is safe to say that the Office is still building its position within the funding system. It is not possible to estimate in what direction it will...
Domiňáková, Michaela ; Ponešová, Barbora (referee) ; Kristek, Jan (advisor)
The design theme is not just the archive as a repository of past, but primarily center of architecture as a platform for sharing ideas and shifting boarders in architecture. This makes an institution with overlapping contradictory programs at different levels. It is both closed and open. These two counterparts are solved in spatial and material „spiral“. On the one hand, there is the notion of absolute closeness that of archive, on the other there is also the idea of the maximum openness of public space. Closeness and openness are transcribed in mass, materiality as well as programmatic solutions of space. The aim is to modulate the degree of social interaction in each of the spaces according to its function.
Thinking the psychedelic
Michalik, Tadeáš ; Marek, Jakub (advisor) ; Novák, Aleš (referee)
2 Abstract In this text, we are asking if it is possible to think the 'psychedelic' without labelling it as 'different', 'imaginary', 'fantastic' or 'unreal', and without thinking it as a particular experiential region belonging specifically to human experience. By first thinking 'experience', we are then attempting to relate the psychedelic experience to human experience considered in the simple joining of its basic dimensions, and to think both of these experiential modalities through the same motives. If we think 'experience' as opening itself through its boundaries, which limit and thus open the dimensions through which the fundamental relation of presencing and apprehension plays, then we can think the psychedelic using the concept of 'layer' derived from the concept of 'boundary'. We first think the phenomena of transparency of time, of transparent attunement and of transparent clarity, which belong to human experience in its simplicity. We then think the phenomenon of disjoining of the basic dimensions of human experience, which takes us from human experience in its simplicity, through strangeness, towards the psychedelic. Lastly, we think the phenomenon of permeating, taking us to the simply joined or disjoined dimensions of human and non-human experience being played out in their layeredness...
Corporate foundations' transparency in Czech Republic
Hoffmannová, Veronika ; Pospíšilová, Tereza (advisor) ; Deverová, Lenka (referee)
This thesis discusses the topic of transparency of corporate foundations in the Czech Republic. This aspect of corporate foundations' activity is important mainly for gaining public trust and legitimacy in the society. The transparency is defined and subsequently researched as disclosure and accessibility of information about foundation on the internet. The purpose of this work is to analyse the level of corporate foundations' transparency and the association of the level of transparency with selected characteristics of foundations and their founding firms. The first, theoretical part describes theoretical background of corporate foundations and transparency including its indicators and determinants. The second, empirical part describes the research, its results and conclusions. The research population consists of all corporate foundations founded in the Czech Republic up to 2014. Two types of transparency were analysed; financial and performance transparency, which were made up of selected indicators. Analysed determinants of transparency were foundation size, foundation age, foundation board size, firm's foreign activity, firm size. Correlation analyses and independent samples tests were used to test the hypothesis. The results suggest higher level of performance transparency in comparison with...
Transparency in postwar parliamentary architecture in Germany
Novotný, Daniel ; Nigrin, Tomáš (advisor) ; Emler, David (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with transparency in parliamentary architecture in Germany from foundation of the Federal republic in 1949 to the present. The aim of this thesis is following of efforts to distance themselves from the Nazi past in the leitmotif of parliamentary architecture and following this thesis deals with how a concept of transparency manifested and how was related to the idea of functioning of German democracy. The method of this work is qualitative content analysis of available text material. Thesis is divided into chapters that are chronologically built according to main three parliament constructions in postwar era and subsequently examines parliament buildings on local level. Based on the submitted observation, it concludes that new architecture style of parliament building was built and creates break with Nazi architecture and this concept is characterized by connection of quality of glass material and character of German democracy. This concept finds its roots in early imminently in aftermath of World War II and despite other important events in German history, this concept continues to be leading characteristic of state buildings, because it reflects functioning of German democracy.

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