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Real-Time Operating System with Fixed Task Priority for Raspberry Pi
Kolář, Josef ; Peringer, Petr (referee) ; Janoušek, Vladimír (advisor)
The main goal of this work is to create a support for an open-source real-time operating system on the computer Raspberry Pi 3B+. The project FreeRTOS is selected as a great candidate for further work. The runtime environment and support for user-space applications are presented. Two demonstration applications serve as proofs of support, the first one uses two periodic tasks and reports their state to the serial interface. The second demonstration application runds the same periodic tasks, but reporting the state is done using the CAN bus, for which is the driver realised. The result of this thesis is a working system FreeRTOS for Raspberry Pi 3B+ computer with support for time-critical usages.
Program Instrumentation Enabling Coverage Measurement in SW Testing
Kapoun, Petr ; Peringer, Petr (referee) ; Smrčka, Aleš (advisor)
This work deals with the design and creation of an instrumentation tool for measuring coverage in software testing. During compilation, the tool obtains a representation of selected parts of the program in the form of a control flow graph and instruments the given parts of the program by inserting function callbacks. Using the data generated when calling the function callbacks of the instrumented program, the tool evaluates the measurement of the coverage criteria. Supported coverage criteria include line coverage and selected control flow and data flow coverage criteria. 
Educational Simulator in WebAssembly Environment
Březina, Jaromír ; Janoušek, Vladimír (referee) ; Peringer, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the issue of simulation of timed stochastic Petri nets and continuous block diagrams for educational purposes. The resulting application consists of two sub-parts. The first is a simple graphical editor that provides tools to create the desired model in the form of a Petri net or block diagram and visualize the simulation results. The graphical user interface of the editor was created using the React library. The second part of the application consists of a simulator implemented in C++, which is used to simulate the created model and is integrated into the entire solution as a WebAssembly module. The application also includes a set of 10 examples that serve as a demonstration of simple models suitable for educational purposes.
Calendar App in WebAsssembly Environent
Konečný, Martin ; Janoušek, Vladimír (referee) ; Peringer, Petr (advisor)
This thesis deals with the creation of a calendar application usable both as a desktop application and as a web application in the WebAssembly environment. First, the existing calendar applications and the data structures used in them are analyzed. Next, the design of the application itself is created, including the design of the graphical user interface and the library of data structures. The application is then implemented in C++ programming language using the QT creator and Emscripten tools and then properly tested.
Simulation of Infectious Disease Dynamics
Tučková, Martina ; Janoušek, Vladimír (referee) ; Peringer, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with simulation of infection disease dynamics and is focused mainly on current epidemics of the novel coronavirus. The simulation illustrates the spread of a virus in different circumstances with various precautions. The program is implemented in the C++ language. Graphical user interface is created in framework Qt. The final application is suitable for educational purposes and can be used to predict epidemics.
MIFARE Classic Emulation on NFC-A Tag Peripheral
Lužný, Jakub ; Peringer, Petr (referee) ; Hujňák, Ondřej (advisor)
Cílem této práce bylo implementovat emulaci tagu MIFARE Classic na NFC-A periferii vestavěné v mikrokontroléru. K implementaci řešení byl použit mikrokontrolér nRF52832 vyráběný firmou Nordic Semiconductor. Byla implementována základní sada příkazů MIFARE Classic (autentizace, čtení, zápis). Implementace byla otestována s několika čtečkami, za pomoci různých aplikací. Výsledné řešení bylo porovnáno s existujícími, jako je Proxmark a Chameleon Mini.
Remote Monitoring of Selected Vehicle Subsystems
Drahovský, Peter ; Peringer, Petr (referee) ; Janoušek, Vladimír (advisor)
This thesis describes the concept and  realization  of embedded system and cloud application, which is designed  for remote monitoring of car subsystems over CAN bus.    There are written several ways of getting information from car subsystems  and process of decoding messages sent over internal car bus.   Data gathering is realised by device based on ESP32, which is sending them to cloud application using wireless networks. Application UI is adapted for mobile devices and serves views containg current and historical gathered data.
DEVS Simulator Implementation in C++20
Šurina, Timotej ; Janoušek, Vladimír (referee) ; Peringer, Petr (advisor)
This master's thesis deals with the issue of modeling and simulation of systems based on the DEVS formalism. The result of this work is a library that is inspired by the adevs tool and based on the classical DEVS formalism. The library is implemented in the programming language C++20 and is supplemented by predefined models of components for creation of queueing systems. The library also contains a set of examples for use in teaching. In comparison with the paralel adevs tool it is less effective but it has simpler interface with focus on clarity, which is more important for teaching. The library also simplifies definition of models with the use of modules, intelligent pointers for memory management and the use of mentioned components.
Pending Event Set Implementation
Kozovský, Daniel ; Hrubý, Martin (referee) ; Peringer, Petr (advisor)
This work aims to create a library in C++, which implements various variants of the pending event set, which is used in discrete simulations. The library includes nine different implementations of the pending event set, accessible through a single interface. This interface is designed to make it easy to extend the library with additional implementations. In addition to the library itself, the work also describes the design of the test application and evaluates the time complexity of individual implementations.
Disassembler and Analyser of Binary Code
Bayer, David ; Smrčka, Aleš (referee) ; Peringer, Petr (advisor)
This thesis is focused on binary code disassembly. It describes the design of ARM and AVR architectures and does a research into existing solutions. Based on this knowledge, we designed and implemented a disassembler-like application. The application provides a graphical user interface to facilitate the starting of disassembly and displays the result. The designed environment is extensible to more disassemblers, disassembly algorithms, and code analysis.

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