
Graphs and Shortest Path Algorithms
Hamerník, Michal ; Nowák, Jiří (referee) ; Bobalová, Martina (advisor)
This bachelor thesis represents an educational text focused on graph theory and graph algorithms. The graph theory often helps to solve problems between parts of a complicated unit and graph algorithms are quick and effective in their optimization. Basics of graph theory, samples of graph algorithms and practical examples of use are described in it. This thesis can be used as a supplementary text in Discrete Mathematics taught at Faculty of Business and Management in Brno University of Technology.


Graphs, Algorithms and their Application
Venerová, Lenka ; Dostál,, Jiří (referee) ; Bobalová, Martina (advisor)
The Bachelor thesis is primarily focused on the problems of graphs and graph algorithms. The main point is to explain and to enlarge the subject. Very often, we find ourselves confronted with problems, which we, though unconsciously, solve by means of the graph algorithms knowledge. Therefore, the other aim of my bachelor thesis is to demonstrate the application of some of these methods in solving distribution tasks.


Graphs, Graph Algorithms and their Use in Finding the Shortest Path
Ott, Lukáš ; Moravec, Petr (referee) ; Bobalová, Martina (advisor)
This Bachelor thesis concentrates on introducing graphs and graph algorithms theories for finding the shortest path and consequential implementation of acquired pieces of knowledge into program MS Excel 2003 using VBA language. Chart theory applies to everything, from small problems to complex actions. If we are able to understand the basic pieces of knowledge presented in this thesis, we will also be able to put them into practice.

 
 
 

Languages, Grammars and Machines
Mocková, Ľubica ; Zimmerová, Barbora (referee) ; Bobalová, Martina (advisor)
My thesis is a brief synopsis of the basic types of formal languages, grammars and machines, which are a part of theoretical computer science. My thesis contains the survey of the theory related to the given topic and problems related to the theoretical part of my thesis. This work is to be used as a study material for the students of the Faculty of Business and Management for the subject of Discrete Mathematics. It can also be helpful for the students of other universities and faculties whose curricula contain theory of grammars and machines.

 
 
 