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Contribution to theory of low-energy electron-molecule collisions
Dvořák, Jan ; Čížek, Martin (advisor) ; Čársky, Petr (referee) ; McCurdy, Clyde William (referee)
Collisions of low-energy electrons with molecules lead to excitation of vibrational degrees of freedom or even to bond dissociation. Such phenomena are not fully understood in the case of polyatomic targets since the theoretical treatment is complicated by the multidimensionality of the vibrational dynamics and the interaction of multiple short- lived electronic states. In this thesis, we extend the nonlocal theory of these processes by considering the vibronic coupling through the electron continuum. In particular, we study vibrational excitation of carbon dioxide and dissociation of the N-H bond of pyrrole. For carbon dioxide, the dynamics includes all vibrational modes and three electronic states. The model explains the long-time puzzling shape of the observed energy-loss spectra as well as the origin of a fine structure revealed in a recent experiment. In the case of pyrrole, we study the effect of the motion of distant parts of the molecule on the dissociation. 1
Debtor's default
Hartmann, Jiří ; Elischer, David (advisor) ; Dvořák, Jan (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the issue of debtor's default, as a universal legal institute through the prism of current legislation in private law. It looks at the problem from both a general and theoretical perspective, and also discusses various partial and specific parameters occurring in legal practice. When defining the concept and content of the debtor's default, the conclusion is that the debtor's default can only be discussed when the obligation is not fulfilled in time. Not proper performance does have its reflection to debtor's default only via the creditors entitlement to refuse such a performance, thus causing the debtor to default if the debtor does not correct his performance before the due date. However, if a situation arises where a defective performance is provided and this is accepted by the creditor, then there is no default of a debtor, but the creditor acquires rights from the defective performance. The thesis also deals with the issue of debtor's default in case of monetary obligations, when it discusses, among other things, the issue of contractual and statutory default interests. It compares the development of this regulation in relation to the former legislation represented by Civil Code of 1964, including the development of case law, concluding that, contrary to the...
Servitudes (not only) in real estate development
Fridrichová, Alžběta ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Zvára, Michael (referee)
This rigorous thesis deals with selected issues of legal regulation of servitudes in real estate development and investment construction. The aim of the thesis is to theoretically elaborate individual problematic aspects of the current regulation in Act No. 89/2012 Coll., The Civil Code (hereinafter only the Civil Code) and on the basis of analysis of valid and historical legal regulations and experience to formulate answers to the given questions, or to suggest the possibility of modifying the current regulation so that it corresponds more closely to the needs of application practice. Apart from the introduction and conclusion, the work is divided into eight chapters. The first chapter provides the reader with an introduction to the topic, characterizes the essence of capital construction and development projects and explains the function of servitudes in this sector. The second chapter defines servitudes as a kind of material rights to a foreign thing, classifies servitudes within the system of civil law institutes and defines them in relation to neighbouring rights. The fourth chapter discusses the various ways of establishing servitudes, especially with regard to the subjects of servitudes, a separate subchapter is devoted to own servitude and other issues related to the content limits of...
Compensation of Non-Material Damage Caused by Excessive Length of Judicial Proceedings - Comparison of Czech and German Legislation
Soukupová, Soňa ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Elischer, David (referee)
This diploma thesis concerns the legislation governing compensation of non-material damage caused by excessive length of judicial proceedings in the Czech Republic and in the Federal Republic of Germany. In cases where prevention of excessive length of judicial proceedings is impossible, it is important at least to put suitable legislation in place in order to compensate for the arising non-material damage. The aim of this thesis is to make an overview of the respective Czech and German legislation, to compare and evaluate de lege ferenda. The thesis deals in detail with the case law of the ECHR concerning the right to trial within reasonable time since this is the base for both legislations being compared. This thesis consists of five chapters. The first chapter defines non-material damage and provides overview of general legislation governing non-material damage in the Czech Republic and in the Federal Republic of Germany, including its development in both countries. The second chapter concerns conclusions of ECHR case law in this matter, which is the basis for both national legislations. The third and fourth chapters focus on Czech and German legislation. The structure of these chapters is similar, describing which legal regulations govern this matter, their force, evaluation of proceedings...
International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) and presentation of the World Heritage
Eliáš, Bartoloměj ; Marek, Jindřich (advisor) ; Dvořák, Jan (referee)
The main objective of this thesis is to evaluate seven projects which uses International Image Interoperability Framework using criteria defined in checklist. Theoretical segment of thesis provides elaboration of world heritage and International Image Interoperability Framework. Research using defined criteria is provided in chapter Analýza vybraných digitálních knihoven Powered by TCPDF (
Design of a rescue button for emergency calls in cars
Jarabý, Šimon ; Jeřábek, Jan (referee) ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis focuses on the design and implementation of a prototype device, which aims to retrofit vehicles manufactured before 2018 with an emergency call sys- tem. The device will operate on similar principles as the eCall service introduced by the European Union. The first part of the work contains a basic acquaintance with the used technologies and procedures in the proposed devices. Since this is a device intended for cars, we perform this retrofit by connecting the device to the OBD-II (On Board Diagnostics) diagnostic connector. For this reason, in the theoretical part we get acquainted with the diagnostic connector OBD-II as well as with the CAN bus, com- munication protocols or the method of accident evaluation. The practical part with the subsequent design of equipment and selection of individual components. We will need to send location and communication from the devices via the 3G network, which is why we choose the Global Positioning System (GPS) and Global System for Mobile Commu- nications (GSM) modules. We will also evaluate the accident using an accelerometer so that we can determine the severity of the accident. The last part of the work describes the practical construction and implemented equipment.
The influence of selected factors on the method of childbirth and perineal lacerations
Jančíková, Barbora ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Šimják, Patrik (referee)
This bachelor's thesis describes if selected factors influence the method of childbirth and injuries during childbirth. These factors are the mother's BMI before pregnancy, the number of births to date, mother's age and the weight of the fetus. The data in the practical part are collected from the NIS MEDEA, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology 1st Faculty of Medicine of Charles University and General University Hospital in Prague, Apolinářská 18, Prague 2, Czech Republic. The theoretical part of the work focuses on the general anatomy of the female pelvis, and describes the types of perineal lacerations and surgical vaginal births and their risks. Key words: labour, pregnancy, perineal lacerations, cesarian section, operational vaginal birth, pelvic anatomy, pelvic floor
Altmetrics and its use in the evaluation of scientific research
Květ, Jonáš ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Šlosar, David Jiří (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the field of altmetrics. The first part introduces the reader to the theoretical background of this field and discusses the development of scientific communication which enabled the emergence of altmetrics. The following part describes the benefits of implementation of altmetrics in research assessment, and includes the explanation of the limits and various obstacles that will need to be overcome in the future. The theoretical part of the thesis also deals with currently available tools that facilitate altmetrics collection. The practical part consists of the analysis of altmetric indicators and their comparison with traditionally used citations. The main focus of this part is on the coverage of the most used altmetric aggregators, on the correlation between citations and individual indicators, and also on what change in the coverage and values of indicators will bring the time interval of two months between data collections. Finally, using statistical methods, the thesis attempts to answer the question of which factors increase the chances of obtaining higher values of individual indicators. The research was conducted on documents with affiliations to institutions in the Czech Republic which are available in the Web of Science database for the period of 2017 to 2021.
Liability for damage caused by and to an animal
Kvasnicová, Sandra ; Elischer, David (advisor) ; Dvořák, Jan (referee)
Liability for damage caused by and to an animal Abstract In this paper, entitled "Liability for damage caused by and to an animal", I focus on the analysis of the private law framework of attributability and liability for injury caused by and to animals, i.e. the concept of the property of a "thing" that is to some extent uncontrollable. For the sake of comprehensiveness, the issue is also briefly outlined from a public law perspective. This paper aims to provide a comprehensive and expert summary of information on current domestic legislation, to mention possible shortcomings thereof, and to provide the reader with an overall picture through a number of examples and theoretical situations. The paper is divided into six chapters. The introduction deals with the animal as a concept in the legal sense and also defines the terms game and animal, as they are fundamental to the whole paper. Understanding the terms and distinguishing them from the subject matter is fundamental to understanding the issue. The following chapter is devoted to the Czech historical regulation of the concept of animal as its understanding changed in domestic civil law until the adoption of the current Civil Code. In its main parts (the third, fourth and fifth), the paper focuses on the current legal regulation of liability for injury...
Web Browser Extension Providing Protection of Company Data
Dvořák, Jan ; Bednář, Martin (referee) ; Polčák, Libor (advisor)
This thesis focuses on securing company data stored in SaaS storage. In contrast to data stored on-premise, data stored in the cloud face several additional risks, be it from the outside as well as from the inside of the organization. The main risk, whose impacts we try to mitigate in this work, is an accidental data leak by one of the organization's employees. An extension for the Google Chrome web browser was designed and implemented as a solution to this issue. Implementation complications rising from transitioning to a new version of the manifest are also examined in part of this work. The thesis is concluded with the execution of experiments simulating practical data loss scenarios and a verdict on whether a web extension is an appropriate means for creating a tool providing data loss prevention capabilities.

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