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Testing of model for predicting the outcome of professional tennis matches
Karas, Daniel ; Šíma, Jan (advisor) ; Štědroň, Jakub (referee)
Title: Testing of model for predicting the outcome of professional tennis matches Objectives: The aim of this work is to create a simple and easy to understand model to predict tennis matches. Methods: In this thesis it was used secondary analysis of the data for gaining a relevant and current information. In this work it was emphasized on valid data, which should come from the reliable sources. Further, mathematic and statistical methods were used to obtain calculation for determination correct predictions. The obtained data were processed a then they were presented within tables. Results: The modified model based on the Low-point model, which was simplified so the general public could understand it and which used easily searchable and immediately available data, successfully predicted the tournament Australian Open 2021. At the end of the tournament we had more money on the fictitious account than at the beginning. The model was able to correctly predict 5 out of 7 matches and it was in profit when betting on the predicted winner as well as betting on the advantage of the odds. However, when the model was validated at the next two Grand Slams, this model was at loss, so we cannot designate it as long-term profitable. Keywords: tennis, prediction, bet, Australian Open, Grand Slam
"Four Murders Are Enough, Darling" and "You Are a Widow, Sir!": A Comparative View of Scripts and Their Final Screen Versions
Karas, Daniel ; Přádná, Stanislava (advisor) ; Klimeš, Ivan (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the crazy comedies "Four Murders Are Enough, Darling" by director Oldřich Lipský and "You Are a Widow, Sir!" by Václav Vorlíček. What these two films have in common is not just the crazy comedy genre and the year of production. The abovementioned movies also share a co-starring Miloš Macourek, distinctive black humour and recurring comedic actors. The aim of this thesis is to uncover the specificity and uniqueness of both films and their screenwriting tandems through a comparison of the scripts and the resulting audio-visual works. My main concern is whether the screenwriting basis was eventually fulfilled in the resulting work or, as the case may be, what it was initially and how that idea differs from the finished film. For this comparative analysis, I use the instruments of the British theorist of screenwriting I. W. Macdonald, and mostly his term and concept of screen idea.
Revenue of European Fotball Clubs from UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League
Karas, Daniel ; Šíma, Jan (advisor) ; Holánek, Michal (referee)
Title: Revenue of European football clubs from UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League Objectives: The main goal of this work is to analyze the influence of FIFA and UEFA financial support to a funding of European football clubs, comparison of this revenue to the total revenue of Czech and other European clubs; then observe behavior of owners of the clubs. Methods: An analysis of the secondary data was used to obtain relevant and up-to- date information. This work considered data validity and trustworthy as very important. The bachelor thesis used comparative analysis of ratio of kinds clubs' revenue. The acquired secondary data was processed and then presented in graphs and tables. Results: The results show, that the main revenue of the football clubs in European competitions comes from broadcasting rights. Profit from this source are significant mainly for clubs from the most attractive leagues, for example for the French club Lion this item made 56 % of total revenue from UEFA Champions League, comparing FC Porto with their 12 %. For the others - including Czech clubs - income from sponsoring is more important. On the other hand, income from tickets is almost negligible for all clubs. Keywords: football, UEFA, FIFA, funding, sugar daddy, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League

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