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Correction of the concept of drift in prediction models
Michálková, Eva ; Provazník, Valentine (referee) ; Schwarzerová, Jana (advisor)
The main goal of this bachelor thesis is the analysis of concept drift in metabolomics. Concept drift is an undesirable phenomenon and can be caused by nonstationary data. It can have a negative impact on the performance and reliability of predictive modelling. This challenge can be solved by concept drift detection and subsequent correction. One of the fields where this issue has recently emerged is metabolomic diagnostics. Metabolomic data analysis can lead to early detection of several serious diseases, which can help with the recovery process. When diagnosing an illnes predictive models present a way to make the process more efficient, faster and give the option of personalization. The first part of this thesis specifies concept drift, it’s detection and correction methods and the importance of metabolomics and prediction models. The second part deals with the implementation of some available algorithms for concept drift detection and correction and the implementation of automatic concept drift correction. Finally, in the second part results and their discussion are described.
Correction of the concept of drift in prediction models
Michálková, Eva ; Provazník, Valentine (referee) ; Schwarzerová, Jana (advisor)
The main goal of this bachelor thesis is the analysis of concept drift in metabolomics. Concept drift is an undesirable phenomenon and can be caused by nonstationary data. It can have a negative impact on the performance and reliability of predictive modelling. This challenge can be solved by concept drift detection and subsequent correction. One of the fields where this issue has recently emerged is metabolomic diagnostics. Metabolomic data analysis can lead to early detection of several serious diseases, which can help with the recovery process. When diagnosing an illnes predictive models present a way to make the process more efficient, faster and give the option of personalization. The first part of this thesis specifies concept drift, it’s detection and correction methods and the importance of metabolomics and prediction models. The second part deals with the implementation of some available algorithms for concept drift detection and correction and the implementation of automatic concept drift correction. Finally, in the second part results and their discussion are described.
Gender analysis of non-governmental organizations focusing on newcomers
Michálková, Eva ; Ezzeddine, Petra (advisor) ; Uhde, Zuzana (referee)
Diploma thesis analyses non-governmental organizations which provide social and other services to newcomers (people with the experience of migration), it focuses mainly on those projects and activities intended for women or equal opportunities. Main part of the thesis is qualitative research based on in-depth thematic interviews and content analysis of relevant documents. The thesis aims to find out how the category of gender is defined, filled and accentuated especially in mentioned projects as well as in the activities of social workers and other workersof these non-governmental organizations. Regardingthat thesisalsoexamines how are the newcomers constructed and how are they represented by (interviewed) non- governmental organizations and by social workers. Thesis also examines if (and if yes then how) are the power relations manifested in the social worker-client relationship. Key words: non-governmental organization, non-governmental sector, migration, integration, social work, gender, feminist research, post-colonial feminist analysis
The category management on the supplier´s side
Michálková, Eva ; Koudelka, Jan (advisor) ; Láska, Martin (referee)
The Master´s Thesis deals with the category management on the supplier´s side. The main objective of the thesis is to find the best shelf optimization for the selected categories. In the theoretical part there are defined the main terms and the category management process. The analytical part is then focused on the whole category management process in Albert. The analytical part is based on primary and secondary data. The primary data consists of quantitative questionnaire, observation and interview with customers. The secondary data are based on MML-TGI research, GfK reports and Nielsen reports. In the thesis there is a big emphasis on the customer shopping behaviour. At the end of the thesis there are given shelf proposals and recommendations to the retailer.
Exploring life of the employees in the non stop gambling clubs and bars in České Budějovice
MICHÁLKOVÁ, Eva
This baccalaureate work name {\clqq}Exploring life of the employees in the non stop gambling clubs and bars in České Budějovice{\clqq} brings specify point of view on the issue gambling, as one of the most stread non drug adictive activity in our population. It´s not dealing primary with gamblers, but with gambling clubs staff concernig their working conditions. Task of this work is to chart the situation in non stop clubs in České Budějovice concerning employees opinions and postures, their work motivation, relations to the gamblers and gambling machines. Furthermore how is reflecting their working environment (night work, spread passive and active smoking, abuse of the alcohol, dangerous groups of the clients etc.) in the family and interpersonal relations and if does exist significiant concordance rate in common life situations personal characteristics of employees.

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