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Adult education in Youth Centre in the Highlands Region - what kind of offer education Youth Centre for adult education and as used menu.
The thesis deals with lifelong adult education with a focus on leisure education. The theoretical framework is described as a developmental stage of maturity of the individual. It is also understood the importance of free time and lifelong adult education. In the research part I'm using questionnaires compared the views of both sides of leisure education - DDM directors and adult participants. The aim of this thesis is to clarify the importance of lifelong adult education with a focus on formal education and then determine whether a particular site (Vysocina Region) and the specific type of educational establishment (House of Children and Youth - DDM) is offering sufficiently diverse and is thus perceived and adult participants . The results of the quantitative survey shows that in the area of education DDM menu also caters to the needs of adult participants. The results also point to a provision in the promotion of programs aimed at adults.
Comparison of commercial deduplication solutions for data backup
Bernas, Karel ; Pour, Jan (advisor) ; Pavlíčková, Jarmila (referee)
Thesis focuses on data deduplication, mainly in medium-term advances, using commercial solutions. Principles used in disk arrays deduplication are not part of this document. The thesis specifically shows a brief introduction to deduplication, which serves as an example of why it was necessary to come up with an improved solution. This solution is sparse indexing method, which was created in the laboratories of Hewlett Packard Ltd. This method is discussed in more detail and shown in which solutions specifically can be found. Following the analysis of sparse indexing method is the evaluation of a particular solution of backup and deduplication from HP in comparison with a solution that offers some of its competitors. At the end, there is the evaluation and commentary of the results, together with the general recommendations and best practices from a real, large-scale, data structures. These recommendations are put as specifications for particular operational tasks associated with deduplication approaches and procedures.
Development of application for image searching and creating backups of images for iList journalists
Mejstřík, Jakub ; Pavlíčková, Jarmila (advisor) ; Pour, Jan (referee)
The thesis is focused on the design and development of the web application Ilustracka, which is used to searching, uploading and creating backups of images. The application is designed for student newspaper iList. MMSP methodology is used. The main objective of this thesis is the design and development of the web application using the MMSP methodology. This thesis defines the problem and specifies the requirements first. This part is then followed by choice of technology and description of architecture. The chapter with the development of application describes programming with Meteor platform. The application is tested according to the MMSP methodology. At the end of this thesis application usage is analyzed.
Self-service BI in higher education
Heřmanský, Michal ; Pour, Jan (advisor) ; Pavlíčková, Jarmila (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the design of self-service business intelligence reporting in higher education. The main goal of this thesis is to create set of analytical dashboards in Tableau. First chapter is an introduction into the business intelligence area and its core principles and types of users involved. Next, main disadvantages of traditional enterprise level BI tools are explained from business user´s point of view. Self-service BI is introduced as a response to these issues. The main advantages and requirements for successful implementation into enterprise environment are described. At the same time, there are reasons why it is not appropriate to use SS BI as the primary enterprise-wide reporting. Subsequently, the Tableau platform is introduced as a representative of selfservice BI tools. The Tableau Desktop tool is characterized as a reporting tool. It explains how to connect to data sources and how to work with extracts of data. Further, the method of working with the tool is explained and given examples of Tableau analytical functions. The Tableau Server´s architecture is described along with its security features. The administration and assignment of user roles are presented. The last part shows the process of publishing a dashboard from Tableau Designer to the server. The following section deals with the analysis of the higher education. The organizational structure is described and the main and support processes identified. Subsequently, metrics and dimensions are designed to track these processes. The final part proposes sample reports in Tableau for the area of subject evaluation, student study visits abroad, project activities and monitoring of accepted applications for study.
Test case management tool - web application
Čejka, Petr ; Pavlíčková, Jarmila (advisor) ; Pour, Jan (referee)
The goal of this thesis is to analyze, design and implement a web application for test case management. Application is made for a specific project team of a specific company. However is suitable for everyone who wants a simple open source applications for test case management which covers needs of small teams. Application is free of charge. The thesis consist of two main parts. First part is theoretical and aim to analysis and description of application and the second one are source codes. In the first part are also described used technologies.
Android application for pilots of ultralight aircrafts
Souček, Andrej ; Pavlíčková, Jarmila (advisor) ; Alexa, Štěpán (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to create a mobile application for Android operating system which is intended for pilots of ultralight aircrafts. Programming language Java, markup languages XML, KML and HTML and SQL query language were used for program completion. The first part of the thesis defines the requirements for application functionality. In the next section similar applications available on Google Play are evaluated. Next part contains a draft of layout and actual implementation. Another chapter is devoted to the creation of the map application. In conclusion all results are summarized and possibilities of further expansion of application functionality are shown.
Specific problems of beginners at study of programming and possibilities of their solution
Procházková, Petra ; Pecinovský, Rudolf (advisor) ; Pavlíčková, Jarmila (referee)
This thesis deals with the problems of beginners in the study of programming at University of Economics in Prague, Faculty of Informatics and Statistics. This applies particularly to students who are studying the subject Programming in Java.
Porovnání mobilních aplikací pro podporu výuky programování v jazyce Java
Sudarikova, Svetlana ; Pavlíčková, Jarmila (advisor) ; Šedivá, Zuzana (referee)
The bachelor thesis explores the possibility of using mobile applications to make learning programming in Java language a better and easier experience. The main goal of the thesis is to compare mobile applications for studying Java programming language that currently exist on the market and to analyse if any of them can be used as a viable supporting tool for studying Java programming. Theoretical part of the thesis is focused around research that is meant to clarify what place does this type of mobile applications have among others and what is the current position among other researchers on the topic of their effectiveness. The second part is practical. It contains results of questioning that was carried out among the students of the University of Economics in Prague in order to figure out what their opinions and current experience with mobile applications of this type are and comparative analysis of a set of mobile applications that may be used for learning Java language.
New features in Java 9 and possibilities of using them in programming courses
Fedorčák, Jaroslav ; Pavlíčková, Jarmila (advisor) ; Říha, Jan (referee)
Nowadays, there are a large number of programming languages with varying degrees of popularity among developers all over the world. Java is one of the leading programming languages, which has been developed for over 25 years and has been gradually adapted to modern programming techniques and new technologies in order to ensure its best usability by the developers. In July 2017, Oracle is to introduce the ninth version of the Java programming language, which represents a big step forward in terms of the design of programs by adding new language elements - modules. Other novelties in the language are, among others, the REPL tool jshell, the extension of the @Deprecated annotation, changes within Collections, and many others. The aim of this thesis is to describe the modularity from the theoretical point of view according to the principles on which it is based and its particular implementation in the language and to propose examples for teaching the use of modules in the Java Programming course at the University of Economics. Also, the aim of this thesis is to describe other novelties in the language which are also useful to include in lessons at the University. The benefits of this thesis will be therefore particular examples and procedures for teaching them, which will be possible - after the official release of Java 9 - to include in the lessons and to familiarize students with these new elements of the language. The thesis consists of three chapters. The first chapter is devoted to a brief presentation of this programming language and the development of its platform during its previous versions. This chapter also contains an extract from the language features published on the OpenJDK website. The second chapter presents the principles and the theoretical basis of modular programming, its implementation in Java 9, and three exercises gradually introducing the use of modularity at different proposed stages of practicing them at seminars. The last chapter briefly presents certain other novelties which are to appear in the language.
Framework Meteor as a web environment for developing applications
Zvyagintseva, Daria ; Pavlíčková, Jarmila (advisor) ; Říha, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis describes framework Meteor as a web environment for developing applications. The main goal of this work is to describe the properties of the framework, to write documentation in the Czech language and to design and develop the own application. The bachelor thesis is divided into the theoretical and practical parts. The theoretical part describes real-time frameworks, node.js frameworks and mainly describes the technical functionality, properties, structure of Meteor framework. Practical part consists of design and developing of own application. The last part of the thesis is the Meteor's assessment whether this platform is applicable for the development of real-time web applications. The main workload is a detailed but simple written overview of the Meteor framework and also a fully functional real-time Web application Nabidni.mi. This bachelor thesis could be used in the future for study purposes at universities or as a tutorial for programmers who are just starting with web application programming. The work is one of a few sources describing the Meteor framework in the Czech language.

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