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Conference System for Excel@FIT
Kobelka, Martin ; Szőke, Igor (referee) ; Veigend, Petr (advisor)
The main goal of this thesis is to initially conduct a detailed analysis of the issues related to organizing scientific conferences while focusing on the workflow of the Excel@FIT conference and subsequently mapping the workflow of several other conferences organized in the field of information technology in the theoretical part. Then, in the practical part, the task is to design an information system specifically for the Excel@FIT conference and implement it in the form of a web application. The resulting web application for conference administration is developed using the programming languages PHP and TypeScript. The client side is designed as a single-page web application that communicates with the server side through REST API. The application ensures efficient and smooth conference management, registering and reviewing papers and generating exports for evaluation committees. The output is a fully functional application that has been tested on data from previous years and can be easily extended with new functionalities if needed.
Conference System for Excel@FIT
Kobelka, Martin ; Szőke, Igor (referee) ; Veigend, Petr (advisor)
he main goal of this work is to analyze the scientific conference in the theoretical part, and to describe the issues of organizing a scientific conference. Further map the workflow of several conferences organized in information technology. Furthermore, the Excel @ FIT conference had to be analyzed in detail. In the practical part for this conference to design an information system, and implement this system as a web application. The resulting web application for conference administration is programmed using PHP and TypeScript programming languages. The client part is designed as a one-page web application communicating with the server part using the REST API. The application enables efficient and seamless conference management, article writing and review, and export creation for commissions. The result is a fully functional application tested on previous years' data, which can be easily extended with new functionality if required.
Implementation of a Language Interpreter for Mathematical Calculations
Kobelka, Martin ; Šátek, Václav (referee) ; Veigend, Petr (advisor)
The main goal of this bachelor thesis is to design and implement the new programing language, which can be used for mathematical computations, implement the demonstration interpret of this language and design a graphical user interface for it. The user interface makes it easy to write the calculation, enables effective and clear visualization of calculation results and basic debugging of calculation. The properties of the resulting language are described in the thesis with the several experiments with the interpret, which implements a~subset of the language. Differences between designed solution and other platforms are also described in the thesis.

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