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Unbound images: archeology of (Czech) virtual space
Svatoňová, Kateřina ; Hanáková, Petra (advisor) ; Vojvodík, Josef (referee) ; Dvořák, Tomáš (referee)
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Electoral volatility in European Parliament Elections in V4 Countries: 2004-2019
Mertlík, Arnošt ; Linek, Lukáš (advisor) ; Dvořák, Tomáš (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on changes in voting behaviour among voters in the Visegrad Group states (V4), specifically electoral volatility between the European Parliament elections and the national elections in the particular state. The approach to examining electoral volatility in this work is based on the second-order national elections theory, which divides elections into less and more important ones. The aim of the work is first to describe the overall electoral volatility in the V4 states in a cross-section of all European elections based on individual data from post-election questionnaire surveys. Subsequently, I find out what are the specific causes and motivations for changes in electoral behaviour. The analysis shows that there are several different patterns of volatile behaviour in the V4 countries, but the consistent and general pattern is a high degree of electoral demobilisation in the European elections. This may be due to political attitudes or the level of trust in the European institutions. I then analyze voters' demobilization among government and opposition voters, who differ mainly in their views of the national political situation. Keywords Electoral volatility, vote switching, electoral behaviour, second-order national election theory, European Parliament elections,...
Books of financial orders of the Prague Old Town Council (1656-1677) and the system of the urban economy after the Thirty years' war
Dvořák, Tomáš ; Hojda, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Mendelová, Jaroslava (referee)
The purpose of this paper is to introduce books of financial orders of Prague Old Town Council from 1656 - 1677 (1678) as a unique historical source for studying expenses of the municipality. These books are higly significant for being the only preserved economic Old Town records from that period of time. Thanks to them it is possible to reconstruct the municipal economy in the 2nd half of the 17th century. The author of this document has tried to analyze individual types of expenses and sort them out into a system. He has recognized four basic categories: repayments to municipal creditors, expenses for the purchase of land and estates, building investments, gifts and donations, salaries and wages. The last category has been made of small number of other expenses. All the above mentioned expenses are described in detail in different chapters and interpreted in the context of Prague Old Town history. There are many other documents, manuscripts and registers stored in Prague City Archives which have been used for this purpose.
The Media Image of the Political Protests Organised by the Society Milion Chvilek
Sehnalová, Anna ; Tuček, Milan (advisor) ; Dvořák, Tomáš (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to analyze the influence of media ownership on media depiction of anti-government protests in 2019 organized by a civic organization Milion Chvilek (Million Moments for Democracy) in daily newspapers Lidové noviny and Hospodářské noviny through a comparative content analysis. Lidové noviny is a part of MAFRA media group owned by current Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš with his ownership share placed in a trust managed by his wife and other close associates. Daily newsprint and other publications in this media group found themselves in a situation where they had to report about protests focused on their de facto owner. A public debate centered around Andrej Babiš's possible conflict of interest has been ongoing since his entry into politics. Babiš's strong position in the media industry is one of the debate's focal points. According to his critics, this position could enable him to manipulate public mood which would provide him with an unfair advantage in the political arena. On a selected sample of articles about 2019 protests published in the above-mentioned newspapers, this media analysis strives to unveil to what extent the coverage, tone and space for commentaries from politicians and other public actors in Lidové noviny differ from Hospodářské noviny, which is deemed most...
Electoral volatility in European Parliament Elections in V4 Countries: 2004-2019
Mertlík, Arnošt ; Linek, Lukáš (advisor) ; Dvořák, Tomáš (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on changes in voting behaviour among voters in the Visegrad Group states (V4), specifically electoral volatility between the European Parliament elections and the national elections in the particular state. The approach to examining electoral volatility in this work is based on the second-order national elections theory, which divides elections into less and more important ones. The aim of the work is first to describe the overall electoral volatility in the V4 states in a cross-section of all European elections based on individual data from post-election questionnaire surveys. Subsequently, I find out what are the specific causes and motivations for changes in electoral behaviour. The analysis shows that there are several different patterns of volatile behaviour in the V4 countries, but the consistent and general pattern is a high degree of electoral demobilisation in the European elections. This may be due to political attitudes or the level of trust in the European institutions. I then analyze voters' demobilization among government and opposition voters, who differ mainly in their views of the national political situation. Keywords Electoral volatility, vote switching, electoral behaviour, second-order national election theory, European Parliament elections,...
Legitimacy of Democracy in the Czech Republic: Support for Democracy by Young People and Older Generations
Znamenáčková, Alena ; Císař, Ondřej (advisor) ; Dvořák, Tomáš (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis was to analyze support for democracy and find out whether there are differences in democracy support by younger and older generations. Furthermore, differences in democracy support were determined for subgroups defined by socio- demographic factors (education, gender, size of the place of residence) and political attitudes (the left-right scale of political orientations, sympathy for the KSČM, satisfaction with the economic situation and the Czech government) and was analyzed the influence of these factors on democracy support. For the needs of this work were used secondary data from the 4th wave of the research Transformations of Czech Society from 2018. Attitudes towards democracy and support for democracy in subgroups were analyzed through descriptive statistics and pairwise comparisons. The influence of selected factors on democracy support was analyzed by binary logistic regression. The results show a relatively high level of support for democracy, but also differences in the level of support according to the type of question which was used. In the evaluation of regime types, democracy was evaluated as the best regime. But exists a group of people who would support alternative forms under certain conditions, or who are resigned to the type of regime in which they...
BRIDGE ON D1 (LIETAVSKÁ LÚČKA - VIŠŇOVÉ) OVER VALLEY AT km 4.313
Hudyma, Nazar ; Dvořák, Tomáš (referee) ; Zich, Miloš (advisor)
The subject of this Master's thesis is the design of a road bridge on the D1 in the section Lietavská Lúčka - Višňové in the Žilina Region, Žilina District, Slovak Republic. The bridge is used to cross the valley in KM 4,313 and the road in KM 4,410. Three variants of bridging were proposed, but further in the work an assessment is made on one of the variants. The total length of the superstructure is 354.00 m, the theoretical total span of the structure is 352.00 m. The bridge has 4 spans and is constructed by free cantilever method .The locations of the supports were limited by unsuitable geological conditions at the construction site (active shear area in Quaternary sediments), especially in span No. 3 (span lenght 104.00 m) and span No. 4 (span lenght 75.00 m). The monolithic part of the bridge structure will be concreted by free cantilever method with the largest length of the cantilever 52.00 m. The outermost parts of fields No. 1 and No. 4 will be cast-in-place using fixed scaffolding.
Source Code Metrics for Quality in Java
Sherstobitov, Vladyslav ; Dvořák, Tomáš (referee) ; Křivka, Zbyněk (advisor)
Pro kontrolu a zlepšovaní kvality zdrojového kódu musí být zaveden systém, který se skládá z kvantitativních metrik a jejich analýzy. S použitím metrik kvality softwaru, které reprezentují, jak dobře je zdrojový kód napsán, lze hodnotit zdrojový kód. Na základě tohoto hodnocení může kód splňovat nebo nesplňovat stanovená kritéria, která mohou být použita pro mnohá účely. Daný výzkum prezentuje program vyvinutý na základě identifikovaných vlastností kódu a souvisejících metrik, metod používaných při tvorbě programu a výsledků testů založených na projektech s otevřeným zdrojovým kódem.
Transducer Systems and Their Applications
Boros, Adrián ; Dvořák, Tomáš (referee) ; Meduna, Alexandr (advisor)
This thesis introduces a new variant of translation devices. We propose a new formal model based on the interconnection of several cooperating pushdown transducers. This new model is called transducer system. The principle of operation of these systems is similar to the cooperating distributed (CD) grammar systems, enabling a cooperation of several grammar over a common sentential form. Furthermore, the thesis deals with the computational power of this formal model. The main result is an application that converts arithmetic expressions from infix to postfix notation.

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