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Apartment building
Kubíček, Tomáš ; Svobodová, Sylvia (referee) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The project deals with the new construction of a apartment house in Trenčín. The aim of the work was to develop project documentation for the construction. The building has four aboveground and one underground floor and is set in a sloping terrain. The building is designed as brick made of concrete blocks and ceramic blocks – Therm. The roof is flat, single-layered, vegetated. There is a green wall on the west facade.
Joseph Roth: Characteristics of the fictional world
Sirotek, Adam ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Mocná, Dagmar (referee)
This thesis analyses Roth's novels of the 1930s as a complex fictional macroworld. It is through fictional characters, the category of space and associated motifs and symbols that the decadent and specifically patriarchal semantics of the Habsburg world are examined. The main point of interest is the conflict between traditional and nationalized patriarchy outlined by Stritecky. The paper analyses the manifestations of the gradual disintegration of the basic value pillars of this patriarchal world, against the background of the dynamic tension between the centre and the periphery of the Habsburg monarchy. These pillars are the army, the bureaucracy, religious faith; the authority of the emperor, father and husband. In the first part (the centre), the degradation of these values is analysed in relation to the figures representing the centre of the empire. In the second and third parts (periphery; behind the curtain), the secondary figures of the representatives of the periphery, or women, come to the fore. Through these characters, the non-vital nature of nationalised patriarchalism is exposed. This work shows, among other things, that the deviation from the traditional, patriarchal order is the real cause of the overall decline. At the same time, the thesis that the space of the periphery is...
Two dramaturgical lines of Czech play on the small stage of the theater "Divadlo na Vinohradech"
Tomanová, Kateřina ; Smrčka, Jiří (advisor) ; Kubíček, Tomáš (referee)
This thesis deals with two dramaturgical lines of Czech play on the small stage of the theater "Divadlo na Vinohradech". It aims to verify whether or not and, if so, how has the text of contemporary drama changed in comparison to the dramatic text of the period from the 1960s to the 1980s. The thesis does so on a sample of eleven plays put on under the current artistic management of the theatre (i.e. since the theatre season 2012/2013). The first part of the thesis focuses on the theoretical characterization of dramas typical for both of these observed periods and on the development of dramaturgy of the theater in relation to Czech drama. The second part of the thesis contains the analyses and the final comparison of dramatic texts. The dramas analysed in this thesis are Motýl na anténě (1963) by Václav Havel, Piknik (1964) by Ladislav Smoček, Kočka na kolejích (1965) by Josef Topol, Hodinový hoteliér (1969) by Pavel Landovský, Audience (1975) by Václav Havel, Pěnkava s Loutnou (1978) by Antonín Přidal, Zvěstování aneb Bedřichu, jsi anděl (1986) by Milan Uhde, Nikdy (2003) by Lenka Lagronová, Ulity (2011) by Magdalena Frydrych Gregorová, Na kamenném, kamenném poli (Job) (2011) by Tereza Verecká, and Za dveřmi (2017) by Barbora Hančilová. KEYWORDS Divadlo na Vinohradech, Dramaturgy, Contemporary...
Depiction of the Normalization Period from the Perspective of Child Protagonists
Semrádová, Adéla ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Smrčka, Jiří (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of the depiction of the normalisation period from the perspective of child protagonists in the works of Czech literature of the 1990s. The thesis is concerned with the novels B. Proudew by Irena Dousková and Bliss was it in Bohemia by Michal Viewegh, and it first analyses them from the point of view of the narrator, the chronotope, the configuration of the characters and the techniques of their characterisation and the narrative audience. The thesis then employs the comparative method to ascertain which narrative techniques involved in constructing the narrative worlds are significant for an idyllic image of the normalisation reality in Czechoslovakia without disparaging the seriousness of the historical period. The result of the thesis is that a vital device for depicting childhood in the normalisation period as idyllic is the orientation towards the everydayness and ordinariness of the main characters and their family environment. Moreover, another significant narrative technique used in the selected texts is the characterisation method of the main characters through their utterance, which reflects in a humorous effect. Nevertheless, owing to the comparative method, the type of the narrator proved to be unimportant as the selected works employ a different...
Construction of character in selected socio-critical prose
Novosad, Benjamin ; Neumann, Lukáš (advisor) ; Kubíček, Tomáš (referee)
The goal of this paper is to analyze the manner, in which the main characters in the books Tři kapitoly and Přípravy na všechno. Due to the nature of the narration the paper also analyzes the relation between a character and the narrator. The narratological methods, with the help of which I realise the analysis are presented in the theoretical part. A special attention is paid to similarities and differences in the manner of character and narrator construction and their potential use for social criticism.
Theme of Return in the Novels of Milan Kundera
Šimr, Filip ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Soukupová, Klára (referee)
This work analyzes the motifs constructing the theme of return in three novels by Milan Kundera. The main and pivotal part of the work consists of the chapters Joke, Unbearable Lightness of Being and Ignorance. The aim is to use individual motifs to construct the theme of return in a comparison of individual novels. Construction of the theme, the role of narrative components in its construction, interpretation within individual fictional worlds and as a key theme connecting Kunder's fictional worlds. Information is drawn from primary and professional literature. Key words Milan Kundera, novel, thematic, analysis, narrative
Analysis of Manuscript The Witch of Holesovice by Josef Vachal
Vlastová, Anna ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Blinková Pelánová, Eva (referee)
This bachelor thesis entitled "Analýza rukopisu Čarodějnice holešovická od Josefa Váchala" focuses on the analysis of the text by Josef Váchal who named it Čarodějnice holešovická aneb Vězeň v holešovickém hradě čili ROMÁN psaný za pomoci svob. zednářů. The thesis tries to present the general features of the manuscript and thus contribute to the spread of information about Josef Vachal's literary work. The manuscript was found in author's estate and now it is stored and available in The Museum of Czech Literature. The thesis mainly focuses on the analysis of the text within a composition, literary type and genre, a theme level, motive, characters and language devices. The thesis tries to pay attention to the fact that it is an unfinished text in a work- in-progress form. The work has never been published yet. KEYWORDS Czech literature, Josef Vachal, The Witch of Holesovice, manuscript
Poetics of selected dramas from the Krejča's era of the National Theater
Fuksová, Johana ; Smrčka, Jiří (advisor) ; Kubíček, Tomáš (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the motif of everyday life, which came to the fore in the second half of the 1950s, not only for ordinary people, but also for writers, poets and playwrights. In particular, it examines the degree of importance of the motif of everyday life in the plays written for the National Theatre during the period when Otomar Krejča and his "dramaturgical workshop" were active there. For the typological analysis, five plays were selected which premieres took place at the Tyl Theatre in 1958-1963, namely František Hrubín's August Sunday and Crystal Night, Josef Topol's Their Day, František Pavlíček's Match with the Angel and Milan Kundera's The Owners of the Keys. The aim of this thesis is to determine whether the motif of everyday life is what defines the poetics of the original plays written for the National Theatre. KEYWORDS motif of everyday life, Otomar Krejča, František Hrubín, Milan Kundera, Josef Topol, František Pavlíček, drama, National Theatre
An Efficient Load-balancing Image Sampler for Path Tracing
Kubíček, Tomáš ; Wilkie, Alexander (advisor) ; Nindel, Thomas Klaus (referee)
In this thesis, we go through the process of improving a research renderer called ART. We focus primarily on the image sampler. We analyse the shortcomings of the stochastic sampler that was present before this thesis was written. Those being the huge memory consumption, lack of real-time visualization, and a limited communication channel between the renderer and the application that is supposed to control it. We then design two samplers that could serve as a replacement. We choose the one which seems to be better suited for the task. We then run a series of tests which serve to finetune parameters of the new sampler and also serve as a comparison between the new and the old sampler. By using the data from the tests we show that we have reduced the memory foot-print while maintaining the speed at mostly the same level as before while enabling working with greater number of cores. 1

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