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Study of energy transitions in laser induced plasma
Hošek, Martin ; Prochazka, David (referee) ; Klus, Jakub (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with study of influence of experimental conditions on self-absorption of chosen spectral lines of magnesium. At first, basic knowledge necessary for correct understanding of experiment and interpretation of it are described, then results of experiment with appropriate comments are presented.
Comparison of quantification strategies in Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
Hošek, Martin ; Hrdlička, Aleš (referee) ; Prochazka, David (advisor)
The aim of the submitted work is a comparison of methods of quantitative analysis used in laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). The principles of LIBS method are explained at first, followed by a research of the most often used methods of quantitative analysis. The next part provides their description enabling a better comprehension and an eventual use of the methods in practice. Finally, the chosen methods are used to process data from the real experiment and the results are compared.
Software Support of Financial Analyze for Small Firm
Hošek, Martin ; Suchánková, Veronika (referee) ; Režňáková, Mária (advisor)
The bachelor thesis Software Support of the Financial Analysis of the Company deals with the financial situation of the enterprise using the produced software for calculating the financial analysis. Its theoretical part describes the basic methods of financial analysis, the financial indexes, the background of the language Visual Basic. The second part deals with the programme whose backbone is created by Excel and Microsoft Visual Basic. In the following part of the thesis the financial analysis of a concrete company was carried out, focussing on significant financial characteristics.
The Feasibility Study of Small Company
Hošek, Martin ; Čech, Jan (referee) ; Koráb, Vojtěch (advisor)
This masters’s thesis deals with a feasibility study of restaurant creation, which should fill a gap in the market. Suggestions for a solution relating to the enterprise and enabling the company to optimally entry to the market are presented, based on theoretical knowledge, empirical facts and analysis.
Business Plan
Hošek, Martin ; Pospíšil, Robert (referee) ; Heralecký, Tomáš (advisor)
The purpose of the thesis is to develop a business plan for creation of a new company that will run a social network for artists. The social network will bring together differently oriented artists and will provide them the opportunity to present their art work in digital form. The profit for the company will be realized by providing advertising space on websites of the social network and via fees for premium accounts from its users.
Comparison of swimming education in the Czech Republic and selected European countries
Hošek, Martin ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Chvostek, Lukáš (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to provide information on the differences in swimming education between the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Norway and Sweden using available sources and a survey. The thesis focuses on the comparison of swimming education programmes in the main and primary schools of the surveyed countries, including the levels of teaching and the diagnosis of swimming level. Furthermore, the thesis examines differences in the methodology and didactics of swimming instruction, not only in schools but also in swimming clubs. The thesis also provides information on the compulsory education of teachers, coaches and swimming instructors in the countries studied. I hope that the work will be useful for teachers and coaches in swimming training. KEYWORDS teaching, swimming lessons, pupils, swimming methods, curriculum, swimming skills, students
System for scanning hydrogen cyanide absorption lines
Hošek, Martin ; Řeřucha, Šimon ; Hrabina, Jan ; Čížek, Martin ; Pravdová, Lenka ; Číp, Ondřej
The definition of both meter and second relies on precisely measured frequency. The convenient sources of such frequencies are lasers stabilized by molecular vapours. The He-Ne lasers stabilized by iodin vapours represent the cornerstone sources in the visible spectrum. On the other hand, the infrared spectrum (particularly the 1550 nm C-band) is of metrological interest thanks to its cost-effective, readily available components. The widely used absorption media at 1550 nm has been two acetylene isotopes (12C2H2, 13C2H2), while H13C14N represents an alternative covering a wider spectrum well corresponding to the telecommunication C-band. The 2ν3 rotational-vibrational band had been investigated, but due to the use of not-so-precise methods, the presented data feature high uncertainty compared to acetylene data. We represent methods that will lead to precise assessments of hydrogen cyanide's absorption line centres with the potential to introduce HCN to Mise en Pratique, making it an internationally recognized source of precise frequency for the realization of traceable laser etalons.
Laser spectroscopy and absorption spectra of HCN
Hošek, Martin ; Hrabina, Jan ; Řeřucha, Šimon ; Pravdová, Lenka ; Lazar, Josef ; Číp, Ondřej
Hydrogen Cyanide (specifically isotope H13C14N) has significant potential as an absorption medium for the frequency stabilised lasers’ realisation because its absorption spectrum covers the whole telecommunication C-band (1530-1565 nm). The broad absorption spectrum can be used not only for calibration of optical telecommunication devices but also for modern interferometric methods that are useful for measuring macroscale objects (e.g., FSI - frequency scanning interferometry). Our research aims to precisely characterise the profile of HCN’s spectral lines and determine the optical frequency of absorption lines’ corresponding centres.
Evaluation scale of breaststroke swimming technique
Hošek, Martin ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Janošková, Hana (referee)
The objective of this bachelor thesis is to create a rating scale the would be convenient for the evaluation of the swimming breaststroke technique of the students of physical education. The premise of the thesis is to specify a model technique, which corresponds to the students and also to formulate criteria for evaluation of the swimming beaststoke technique- The theoretical part of the thesis consists of a closer look at the specification of the model swimming breaststroke technique and possible deviation of this technique. To follow up on this knowledge, a yes/no rating scale is developer, as well as a observing, svaling and a method of quantitative analysis of statistical data is used. Tje final research results revealed deviation from the breaststroke technique mostly in breathing movements of arms, the body posture, movemnts of legs and coordination of breathing together with arm movements
Dispositive principle in contentious and non-contentious proceedings
Hošek, Martin ; Macková, Alena (advisor) ; Frintová, Dita (referee)
Dispositive principle in contentious and non-contentious proceedings Abstract This rigorous thesis is focused on the dispositive principle and its aplication in contentious and non-contentious proceedings. The dispositive principle is one of the main principles which constitute civil proceedings, contentious proceedings in particular. The aim of the dispositive principle is to establish who decides whether a proceeding is to be initiated, what is the subject of the proceeding and who has an influence on its course. The first chapter is related to civil procedure in general and its historic development since the ancient Rome until today. The other part of the chapter contains general definition of all types of civil procedure. The second chapter deals with civil trial proceedings. The first part is focused on contentious proceedings which are formed by the dispositive principle. On the contrary, non- contentious proceedings, which are the subject of the next part of the chapter, are formed by the principle of officiality. Nevertheless, the dispositive principle also applies in non- contentious proceedings. The author focuses on the main principles which form both proceedings. The author also describes how they proceed. The third chapter is dedicated to the dispositive principle in general. The author also...

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