National Repository of Grey Literature 33 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.01 seconds. 
Chip conveyor
Horák, Miroslav ; Jonák, Martin (referee) ; Malášek, Jiří (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the construction design of the conveyor selected on the basis of the research. The bachelor thesis describes the purpose of the chip conveyor and how it works. It is described here by which parameters the conveyor is selected, what are the types of these conveyors and the list of companies that specialize in their production. The next section describes the design of the conveyor for maximum versatility and a description of its design elements. Further, the strength calculation of the shaft and basic calculations of the other elements are made. The work is displayed in 3D visualization and is also accompanied by drawings of important detailed drawings.
Analysis of company IS and suggestion of modifications
Parimucha, Jiří ; Hořák, Miroslav (referee) ; Dydowicz, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with the analysis of and proposals to improve the information system in the family of business-manufacturing firms ELMO.
Analysis of Economic Indicators Using Statistical Methods
Horák, Miroslav ; Boček, Aleš (referee) ; Šustrová, Tereza (advisor)
Bachelor’s thesis aims to analyze economic indicators of Honeywell Company. It interconnects financial analysis with statistical methods. With the use of financial analysis, it asses the current state of the company. And thanks to statistical methods it predicts the future progress of development of the economic indicators for the next year.
Communication with GALILEO Navigation System
Horák, Miroslav ; Kunovský, Jiří (referee) ; Dvořák, Radim (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is about a communication with an European navigation satellite system GALILEO. The theoretical part describes principles of global navigation satellite systems, including a summary of characteristics of the systems currently in use. It analyses all technical aspects of design and implementation of a communication instrument operating with navigation module U-blox LEA-5H. As a result of the work, an efficient communication of invented instrument is summarized and also possibilities of upgrading to other functions are analysed.
Design of linear axis for heavy machine tool
Horák, Miroslav ; Marek, Jiří (referee) ; Hermanský, Dominik (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the design of linear axis for heavy machine tool. The thesis describes the definition of heavy machine tool and its basic construction nodes. The next chapter describes the components of the linear feed assemblages, the basic principles of use and their advantages and disadvantages. On the basis of this research part there are selected variants of the solution and in the last part of the thesis there is a design of the axis X of the gantry machine tool. Part of the work is a 3D model of the proposed feed assemblages and part of the drawing documentation.
Dictation System for the Android Platform
Horák, Miroslav ; Pešán, Jan (referee) ; Schwarz, Petr (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor´s thesis is to create a distributed dictate system. Dictate will be done in real time. Client part is intended for Android platform. Server part is intended for Windows OS. Existing transcription core will be used for the speech transcription.
Becoming Bodies: An Ethnographic study of Ayurvedic Practice
Wolfová, Alžběta ; Bittnerová, Dana (advisor) ; Holmerová, Iva (referee) ; Horák, Miroslav (referee)
This thesis introduces a critical analysis of a self-proclaimed alternative to modernity. Based on a case of selected, so-called non-conventional medicine within the context of the Czech Republic between 2013 and 2017, I explore how a specific bodily practice like Ayurveda works in this environment. Since it is sought and employed in the everyday lives of an increasing number of people, even in such modestly sized post-socialist country, it resembles similar tendencies generally described in the globalized world (especially from the middle class upwards) in recent decades. Drawing upon (auto)ethnographic research, which originated at a school for future Ayurvedic practitioners and continued into informal meetings- sometimes at the homes of practitioners, I introduce Ayurveda as a specific way of body becoming. Starting with how the body and wellbeing is discursively established within the space of schools, I nevertheless focus mostly on individual practice. I look at how Ayurvedic epistemology is employed and how it enables recognition of one's own body, and subjectivity as interconnected with the surrounding environment. I follow how, as a result of this process, this recognition conditions a certain self- empowerment, especially regarding the establishment or maintenance of one's own wellbeing. I...
Lék nebo hrozba? Antropologické perspektivy samoléčby konopím v České republice
Bláhová, Barbora ; Horák, Miroslav (advisor) ; Halbich, Marek (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses specifically on the phenomenon of self-medication with cannabis (Cannabis Sativa L.) in the Czech Republic exploring subjective perception of this treatment by ill persons and its sociocultural framework. It describes a situation when the state fails to effectively regulate medical cannabis and patients often seek practices of self-medication, which remains illegal. Theoretical part of this thesis aims to explain the self- medication and cannabis use in the sociocultural context. Practical part is based on an anthropological research, which was implemented in the Czech Republic from January 1, 2017 to May 1, 2017 in a form of the on-line qualitative questionnaire survey. The research sample consists of 107 subjects, who used cannabis and its derives for self-medication. The analysis was done by the Grounded theory method. The results demonstrate that people who seek cannabis self-medication in the Czech Republic consider current legal regulation of cannabis objectionable. Cannabis plants for self-medication are usually grown at home and people find information about specifics of the treatment on-line. Looking at experience of patients, this thesis describes specifics of the practices of cannabis self-medication and it could be useful for organizations working with...
To thin from psychedelic experiences - a transdisciplinary interpretation
Pokorný, Vít ; Komárek, Stanislav (advisor) ; Horák, Miroslav (referee) ; Dadejík, Ondřej (referee)
Pokorný, V., To think from psychedelic experiences. Transdisciplinary interpretation. Diseration Thesis, Departement of General Anthropology, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University Prague, 2016 Abstract: The goal of this text is to think from and according to psychedelic experiences. To think from psychededic experiences means to introduce a transdisciplinary model of psychedelic domain. This model is based on autoethnographic, cognitive, phenomenological and psychopharmacological types of analysis. These analyses allow to demonstrate: 1) place of psychedelics in contemporary globalised czech society; 2) possible heuristic (theoretical and experiemental) value of psychedelic experience for understanding human situation. This text interprets psychedelic experience as a process of deteritorialization and reteritorialization that occurs on different, intertwinned levels of our experience, and, thus, it is a contribution to explication of a philosophical concept of intertwinning. Keywords: psychedelic experience, transdisciplinarity, autoethnography, cognitive anthropology, anthropology of experience, enactivism, phenomenology, embodiment, analogy, intertwinning

National Repository of Grey Literature : 33 records found   1 - 10nextend  jump to record:
See also: similar author names
44 HORÁK, Martin
34 HORÁK, Michal
21 HORÁK, Miroslav
2 Horák, M.
7 Horák, Marek
44 Horák, Martin
6 Horák, Matouš
6 Horák, Matěj
4 Horák, Michael
34 Horák, Michal
1 Horák, Mikuláš
8 Horák, Milan
1 Horák, Miloslav
1 Horák, Miloš
44 Hořák, Martin
6 Hořák, Matěj
34 Hořák, Michal
Interested in being notified about new results for this query?
Subscribe to the RSS feed.