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Cortical-subcortical interactions in EEG data of patients with pharmacoresistant epilepsy
Šíma, Jan ; Králík, Martin (referee) ; Lamoš, Martin (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the elaboration of a literature search on epilepsy and electroencephalography signals with a focus on patients with drug-resistant epilepsy and the analysis of cortico-subcortical relationships. The theoretical part describes the chapters of epilepsy, electroencephalography, the possibility of pre-processing EEG data and analytical methods, which describe the cortico-subcortical interactions. The practical part contains pre-processing of EEG data, analysis of methods used, data analysis, results, discussion, and conclusion. The data analysis itself is performed by the Phase-amplitude coupling method. The discussion discusses the results, limitations, and other possible connections. The conclusion summarizes the whole bachelor thesis.
New scenarios with Wireshark in communication technologies
Šíma, Jan ; Dvořák, Jan (referee) ; Jeřábek, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design and create scenarios that will be used by students as a basis for laboratory exercises in a course that focuses on communication technologies. These scenarios also need to be accompanied by a theoretical introduction that will introduce the topic under discussion to the students. The created scenarios contain additional tasks that are intended for individual work of students. For the teachers there are prepared separate files summarising the correct solution of these tasks. This thesis starts with a theoretical description of used network protocols. First the TCP/IP model is described and then the protocols that belong to this model. The main ones are those that occur in multiple created scenarios, such as TCP, UDP or DNS. The programs and applications that are used in the scenarios are also described. The main program is Wireshark and also the application called Klient DNS. This is followed by a chapter that deals with the drafting of each scenario. The drafts outline what the scenarios goals are. The drafts also list the protocols, programs, and utilities that are used in the exercise. The first scenario contains tasks based on Network Address Translation and its interaction with other protocols, such as the previously mentioned TCP, UDP, and also ICMP and FTP protocols. The second created scenario is dealing and analyzing protocols that try to secure the translation of domain names. Specifically, the DNSSEC extension and also the DoH protocol. The third scenario is focusing more in detail at the function of recursive servers in DNS and DNSSEC communication. The last created scenario explains the planning and allocation of the address space, where again the NAT topic is encountered and the function of routing tables is also explained here.
Utilization of Wireshark software in Communication technology course
Šíma, Jan ; Langhammer, Lukáš (referee) ; Jeřábek, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on the issue with protocol set TCP/IP. Specifically it is about protocols ICMP, TCP, DNS, SIP and RTP. Main purpose of this thesis is to create two complex scenarios suitable for laboratory exercises for Communication technology course. The scenarios contain instructions with the solution procedure for students, including additional tasks. The first scenario introduces students to the Wireshark environment. Furthermore, this program is used to analyze captured packets, which were described in the theoretical part of the work. To capture packets of certain protocols, the command line and ping, traceroute, and nslookup commands, including their parameters, are also used in the scenario. The second scenario focuses on the VoIP call analysis, including the restoration of the captured call. The second part of this scenario compares differences between protocols TCP+TLS and QUIC while loading the secured web page. Both scenarios were tested in a school laboratory, where the scenarios are developed in a virtualized operating system. Also, each scenario contains additional questions for students and for teacher there is prepared a file, which contains the correct answers.
Strategic development plan of the ABC Braník football
Šebák, Marek ; Opelík, Daniel (advisor) ; Šíma, Jan (referee)
Title: Strategic development plan of the ABC Braník football Objectives: The main objective of the thesis is to draw up a strategic plan for the future development of the registered association ABC Braník football. Methods: Qualitative semi-structured interviews, document analysis, PEST analysis, SWOT analysis, EFE and IFE matrix and TOWS matrix. Results: From the interviews conducted with members of the management and the analysis of documents, the internal factors of ABC Braník were identified. Using PEST analysis, potential external influences on the organization under study were mapped. Subsequently, each section was rated by three respondents to determine the key factors for the final SWOT analysis. This analysis was further augmented with the TOWS matrix to provide a focus for strategic planning. In the final stage of the thesis, specific proposals and timelines were developed to address the specific target areas identified during the analysis. Keywords: PEST analysis, SWOT, TOWS matrix, interviews, sports organisation
Idea of Political Equality in Democratic Thought of Nadia Urbinati and Jeffrey Green
Bureš, Robin ; Bíba, Jan (advisor) ; Šíma, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focussed on political equality in democratic thought of Nadia Urbinati and Jeffrey Edward Green. Both authors understand unequal share of political power between citizens as a one of the most significant problems of current liberal democracies. However, each of them approaches the problem differently. Green understands the unequal access to decision power as a today's reality of contemporary democracies that is only hardly going to change. With his concept of ocular democracy, he seeks new ways of popular empowerment. Nadia Urbinati is defending her conception of democracy as a diarchy, which is a political arrangement based on separation of two types of civil power, will and opinion. In her theoretical work, Urbinati tries to combine the reality of today's mass societies with the democratic ideals. The bachelor thesis is focused on these two approaches. First is introduced Green's theory (including the contextual and historic background of his theoretical approach). Secondly the theory of Nadia Urbinati is presented. Conclusion of the work represents a brief reflection about the particularity of both approaches and their importance to contemporary theory of democracy. Keywords: Jeffrey Edward Green, Nadia Urbinati, political equality, ocular democracy, plebiscitary...
The role of a player's agent in a process of football transfer
Kravčík, Jakub ; Kaprálková, Michaela (advisor) ; Šíma, Jan (referee)
Name: The Role of the Players Agent in the Process of a Football Transfer Goals: The aim of this bachelor's thesis is to describe the matter of a football transfer with a special focus on the role of the player's agent in the whole process. Methods: This work uses a qualitative method, specifically a semi-structured interview, with an available and partially influenced sample. Results: On the basis of this research, it turned out that it is very difficult to generalize the issue of a football transfer, because in many cases it is an individual matter in which many factors can enter. It also became clear that the players agent has a major role in the transfer and the success of a transfer often depends on him/her/the agent. The results of this thesis also show the difference in opinions and knowledge between the main stakeholders in a transfer and also point out the need for a bigger attention from both the academics and the football community. Keywords: stakeholder analysis, transfer stakeholders, Czech Republic, football, football agent, player agent
Diesasters of englisch Footbal in the engties on the 20 th century
Štědrý, Matouš ; Waic, Marek (advisor) ; Šíma, Jan (referee)
(English) This Bachelor thesis focuses on football events in the English football environment that occured in the eighties of the 20th century. The thesis analyzes the causes of these tragedies, such as Hillsborough and Heysel, and examines how these events happened, how they relate to hooliganism and how they have affected safety on stadiums. Title: Disasters of the English football in the eighties of the 20th century The aim of the work: The aim of the thesis is to analyse the events that took place in the eighties of the 20th century. It concerns the final match at Heysel Stadium and the semi-final match at Hillsborough Stadium. The thesis looks at the causes and consequences of these tragedies and how sports organisations have prevented similar events from happening again. Methods: My thesis was based on analysis of available sources such as newspaper articles, internet articles, documents and books that deal with this topic. Keywords: English football, fans, organization of matches
Financing of sports clubs from public resources in Teplice
Veselý, Daniel ; Opelík, Daniel (advisor) ; Šíma, Jan (referee)
Title: Financing of sports clubs from public resources in statutory city Teplice. Objectives: Main objective of this bachelor thesis is to suggest an improvement in subsidy policy of city Teplice regarding sport. This suggestion is based on research among sports clubs located in the city that draw subsidies from public resources. Methods: Data which the improvement suggestion is based upon were collected by semi-structured interviews with representatives of sports clubs located in Teplice. Semi-structured interviews with representatives of current city government members were also done, so that the current government could provide their point of view on identified problems. Possibilities of the municipality government regarding public funding of sports clubs were also discussed in this interview. Secondary data analysis of various sources regarding public funding of sports clubs was also used as a secondary method in this bachelor thesis. Results: Perception of subsidy policy of statutory city Teplice regarding sport is relatively positive. Clubs are usually happy with the amount of finance they receive. They also highlight easy administration and kind approach of city officials. The biggest problem identified in the research was that the current subsidy setting does not reflect on how financially...
Establishment of a Czech football academy in a developing country
Kotrba, Filip ; Kaprálková, Michaela (advisor) ; Šíma, Jan (referee)
Title: Establishing a Czech club football academy in a developing country Objectives: The main objective is to identify the pitfalls, benefits and conditions of implementing a Czech club academy in a developing country through semi-structured interviews with stakeholders. In achieving the main objective, it is crucial to identify and understand various aspects related to the implementation of the academy- Methods: The qualitative method chosen was semi-structured interviews. The study population consisted of 5 respondents who have many years of experience not only in the Czech football environment, but also have various experiences with football and football academies in developing countries, specifically in Africa. Results: The results showed that the establishment of a football club academy in a developing country by a Czech professional football club is possible. Thanks to the very high quality Czech youth football academies, most professional football clubs have a solid foundation for establishing an African club academy. Yet the construction and operation is not suitable for a Czech football club for several reasons. Developing countries, in the case of this thesis African countries, are often different in environment, culture and legislation than the Czech Republic. Czech football clubs do...
Benefits of SK Slavia Prague football match for spectators
Kalvas, Pavel ; Štědroň, Jakub (advisor) ; Šíma, Jan (referee)
Title: Benefits of SK Slavia Prague football match for spectators Objectives: The aim of the thesis is to identify and describe the individual benefits for the spectators of attending a football match of SK Slavia Prague in the current season 2022/2023 at the home stadium. Subsequently, through marketing research, the satisfaction of direct spectators with the benefits offered by the club in connection with attending SK Slavia Prague home matches will be determined. Methods: Both quantitative and qualitative research methods were used in the thesis. It was therefore a mixed research. Personal observation, semi-structured interviews and electronic questionnaire method were used to obtain the necessary data. The quantitative research was used to determine the satisfaction of the direct spectators with the partial benefits of a football match of SK Slavia Prague at the home stadium. Results: The main benefits of the SK Slavia Prague football match at the home stadium were identified as sport performance, safety, stadium, accompanying programme, accompanying services and VIP services. Within the accompanying services, the fan zone in front of the stadium, refreshments in the stadium, the official club fan shop and also sectors for parents with children were evaluated separately. The results of the...

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