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Extension of the MODIN System for State Administration with a Module for Managing Employee Tasks
Pokorný, Martin ; Hynek, Jiří (referee) ; Bartík, Vladimír (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is about the design and development of an information system module that ensures the organization of employees' work on assigned tasks. The thesis also describes the practices used in the development of server applications and the technologies used to achieve this.
The evaluation of milk quality in selected countries of European Union
POKORNÝ, Martin
The diploma thesis deals with the assessment of qualitative indicators of raw cow's milk supplies within the European Union (EU) and the Czech Republic (CR), de-pending on the year and course of the year. Within the EU average values for the observed period 2016-2020 were found for fat contents of 4.01 ? 0.26% and protein content of 3.39 ? 0.13%; in the CR 3.91 ? 0.11% and 3.46 ? 0.08%. The effect of the year within the EU countries was demonstrated only in terms of protein content (p <0.001). When evaluating the effect of individual months in EU countries, includ-ing the CR, statistically significant differences in fat (p <0.001) and protein (p <0.001) content were demonstrated. In summer, the values of both components in-creased, while in winter they decreased. The results of the evaluation of bulk milk samples purchased in the CR show, depending on the year, that the effect on the total bacteria count (p <0.001), residues of inhibitory substances (p <0.05) and freez-ing point of milk (p <0.001) was also found. The effect of the year was elicited for the total bacteria count (p <0.05) and the somatic cell count (p <0.001). From the point of view of milk sales, the quality of raw milk is a primary goal for the producer and at the same time a decisive factor in the monetization of this important animal commodity.
Towards an Eco-inspired poetics of minimalist narrative
Kuzmičová, Anežka ; Bílek, Petr (advisor) ; Pokorný, Martin (referee)
What is a minimalist narrative, and what are its characteristic features? How do you identify one? For many critics, minimalist writing is a strictly historical notion - even though they at the same time, like John Barth does in his famous apologetics "A Few Words About Minimalism", paradoxically enough stress its ubiquitous nature throughout literature of all times. By narrative minimalism the American critic generally means the austere style of the novels and short stories of Raymond Carver, Amy Hempel, Mary Robison, Joan Didion, Ann Beattie. An American literary current of the 1970s mainly, devoted merely to the quotidian, descriptive, often reduced to what can be perceived from the outside of a human character. Thereby: the "dirty realism" or "K-mart realism". These derogatory labels tell us that the literary reviewer and critic of today still formulates his terms and judgments out of a hierarchically ordered, traditional presupposition of what a narrative text is and should be, working with a virtual model of balance between "form" and "content". Translated into the language of classical narratology: story discourse.
New aproaches to myocardial atrophy attenuation after mechanical unloading - Experimental study of heterotopic heart transplantation in rats
Pokorný, Martin ; Malý, Jiří (advisor) ; Ošťádal, Petr (referee) ; Rohn, Vilém (referee)
Cardiac atrophy, as a result of a long term mechanical unloading observed in patients treated with mechanical circulatory supports, represents a substantial obstacle in cardiac recovery. The first aim of this thesis was to evaluate the course of unloading-induced cardiac atrophy in healthy and failing heart. Mechanical unloading was studied in an experimental model of heterotopic heart transplantation in rats. Heart failure was experimentally induced by chronic volume overload achieved by creation of aorto-caval fistula. The second aim of this thesis was to discover if dietary induced increase in fatty acids concentration in heart tissue, specifically myristic, palmitic and palmitooleic, that are believed to promote physiological heart growth, could attenuate the course of cardiac atrophy. The third aim of this thesis was to examine if increased isovolumic loading obtained by intraventricular implantation of newly designed spring expander would attenuate the development of cardiac atrophy. The level of cardiac atrophy was evaluated as the weight loss of the heterotopically tranplanted heart compared to the control heart on days 7, 14, 21 and 28 after heterotopic transplantation. The cardiomyocyte width and the level of cardiac fibrosis was studied simultaneously. Mechanical unloading following heterotopic...
Integration of Migrants into the Czech Society
Pokorný, Martin ; Havlík, Radomír (advisor) ; Kubišová, Zuzana (referee)
The aim of my diploma work is to study the subject of integration of foreigners into the Czech society. For that purpose I intend to use research questionnaires and to compare my results with results of other researches conducted by NGOs. Secondary aim is to map legal status of foreigners in the Czech Republic, historical reasons for migration and its development, and the composition of migrating population in Europe. Furthermore, I will focus on access to health and social insurance and to the health care system as well as on education and work opportunities which foreigners have in the Czech Republic.
The Poetics of Space in The Alexandria Quartet.
Malý, Lukáš ; Bílek, Petr (advisor) ; Pokorný, Martin (referee)
Poetics of space in The Alexandria Quartet is created by multilevel structures. This poetics is closely connected to the main space of the story - Alexandria, which is at the same time one of the novel's topics. Each level is suggested in connection to various theoretical conceptions which are subsequently used for my own analysis. Alexandria is initially an aesthetic coulisse of the story which is portrayed by descriptive passages. Strongly subjective and lyrical descriptions of the city establish overall impression of the story and potentially support reader's experiential illusion. Alexandria and its specificity is further modulated and thematised by its special macroscopic conditions which border Alexandria as an autonomous fictional space with its own rules within the novel's fictional world. Part of poetics of the space in this novel is also portraying spatio-temporal aspect of the reality (chronotope) no only on the level of the story, but also on the level of storytelling. Alexandria is further explicit rhetoric and also through semantic indexation personified and enters semantic relations with the main characters and events. Each level is complementary to another and all are part of the semantic gesture of the novel. Alexandria becomes a separate symbol, mythical entity which importance is...
Nowhere and Somewhere: Utopia, Dystopia and Their Relative Location
Pomahač, Ondřej ; Pokorný, Martin (advisor) ; Hrdlička, Josef (referee)
The work criticizes the dichotomy utopia - dystopia, especially the way the two are being defined as genres in some theoretical reflections representing that represent the main approaches to the theoretical concept of utopia and dystopia. The work also analyses sample literary texts traditionally labelled as utopias or dystopias. In the first part we review some definitions and present their shortcomings. Consequently, we reject the attempts to make general definitions as they fail to become reasonable basis for literary research. The texts being accounted for are the classical utopias and dystopias: Thomas More's Utopia, Tommaso Campanella's The City of the Sun, Francis Bacon's New Atlantis, Yevgeny Zamyatin's We, Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and George Orwell's 1984. The second part offers a comparative approach to the text analysis based on textual relationships and the assemblage of text (the rules for building the text structure). Apparently, such analysis spares the need to make general definitions of the terms and to look for the nature of utopia and dystopia.
Language and Institiution
Kučerová, Barbora ; Pokorný, Martin (advisor) ; Švec, Ondřej (referee)
(in English): The aim of this thesis is to clarify the normative character of language, that is, how we are bound by a certain set of rules in every speech. We will look into this normative character of language by articulating two essential questions: in what is this normativity grounded and which aspects constitute language as an institution. In the first part of the paper we interpret the work of three authors, Ferdinand de Saussure, Charles S. Peirce and Pierre Bourdieu, in order to answer the question on what the normative character of language is founded. In this part we mainly look into the relationship between language and social consensus, habit/acting and institutions. In the second part of the paper we give a definition of language institution which is inspired by the work of Peirce and Bourdieu. Further on we clarify in systematic way those aspects of language which can be considered as normative. Firstly, we point out those which are clearly part of language, such as lexicon, pronunciation and intonation, official language and institution symbolized by language. The last aspects that we will analyse are speech genres, belief, habit/acting and power.

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