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Artificial intelligence in web development
Vaň, Denis ; Štípek, Jiří (advisor) ; Procházka, Josef (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the use of modern artificial intelligence, specifically OpenAI's GPT-4 model, for web development and applications. The introductory section provides an overview of artificial intelligence and details the key characteristics and development of the GPT-4 model. The basic principles of its operation are explained, including the transformer architecture and technologies such as Multi-Head Attention and Positional Encoding that are essential to its performance. Furthermore, the paper explores tokenization processes, including Byte Pair Encoding, and their impact on model efficiency. Token count limits, pricing policy and token management are also considered. The broader context of the importance of GPT-4 for the future of artificial intelligence and natural language processing is also discussed. The theoretical section also shows how and where GPT-4 can be applied. The practical part of the bachelor thesis presents how the GPT-4 model can independently create web projects of varying complexity, ranging from simple HTML and CSS pages to more complex applications using JavaScript, PHP and databases. It starts with projects such as personal business cards and interactive forms that demonstrate GPT-4's basic capabilities in creating and styling web content. Gradually, more...
Refinement of the snow cover distribution
Procházka, J. ; Šustková, V. ; Tesař, Miroslav
The study evaluates the importance of automatic snow monitoring stations (ASMS) operated by different subjects in the chosen sub-catchments in the Šumava Mts. in the framework of water reservoir Orlík basin. The attention is paid to the snow cover monitoring as an important water balance component of a basin especially in the mountainous regions. Sub-catchments of the Vltava and Otava rivers represent head water regions of the rainfall windward part of the boarder mountains while Volyňka and Blanice sub-catchments represent leeward inland part of mountains. The importance of ASMS was proved especially in the highest and remote localities of the Šumava Mts. where the basic meteorological stations used for common climatological and hydrological evaluations are missing. The description of the snow cover and its characteristics is possible to improve significantly owing to recent sources and methods. The continual record of the snow cover depth gives for the higher regions of the Šumava Mts. new findings and operational data both for standard climatological evaluations and for further applications used in the framework various institutions, e.g. Czech Hydrometeorological Institute, State Enterprises, etc.
Instruments for precipitation measurement from history to the present
Lipina, P. ; Procházka, J. ; Tesař, Miroslav
The precipitation amount is one of the most important meteorological elements. It is of fundamental importance for the creation of climatological characteristics, it is the basis of the water balance and the primarily monitored element in the forecasting and warning service. Precipitation measurement has been burdened with many uncertainties for a long time and is therefore consistently given due attention.\nThe first measurement of precipitation in Europe dates back to the 17th century. Regular but not complete measurements of precipitation at Prague's Klementine observatory began in 1752 (continuous series since 1804), in Brno in 1803. In 1817, M.A. David wrote the first guide for observing the weather in Bohemia, published in German, intended for volunteer observers. The activities of institutions and various associations, such as the Prague Klementinum, the Natural Research Society in Brno, the Central Institute for Meteorology and Earth Magnetism and others, had a fundamental influence on the establishment of meteorological stations and precipitation measurements. The Hydrographic Commission for the Kingdom of the Czech Republic and its hydrometric section were founded in 1875 under the leadership of F. J. Studnička E. Purkyně was responsible for the significant expansion of precipitation measurement at that time as part of the construction of a network of forest precipitation measuring stations. \nFor more than 200 years, rain gauges and precipitation measurements have been developed. The Metra 886 manual rain gauge, which has been used for a long time in the Czech lands, was developed according to the Austrian model of prof. Kostlivý. Since 1995, the automation of rainfall measurement was started, first with tipping bucket raingauges, which are gradually being replaced by weighing raingauges. Alternative methods of measuring precipitation are being tested in\nremote and forested areas. This post tries to bring the history, standards and development of precipitation measurement in our country at least as a guide.
Testing of insulating systems of electrical machines
Procházka, Jan ; Mach, Martin (referee) ; Huzlík, Rostislav (advisor)
This bachelor thesis defines basic required properties of insulation systems in rotating electric machines. The following are procedures for their testing and results of conducted tests.
Alternative Energy Sources and Their Integration into the Concept of Smart Grids
Kopička, Marek ; Procházka, Jiří (referee) ; Baxant, Petr (advisor)
This work deals mainly with electrical energy. In the first part is focused on alternative energy sources, and describes structure of consumption and production of electricity over the past few years, during which is focuses on renewable energy sources. In this context, assesses the conditions for alternative energy sources in the Czech Republic from the perspective of the legislative, as well as current status and potential of alternative energy sources and tries to predict the development of these issues. The next section describes the Smart Grids as a means to achieve these goals. There are presented the basic features of this system, its goals and challenges, a description of the integration of Smart Grids with other sources of electricity and the benefits of using Smart Grids both from the perspective of user and from the perspective of system. Other parts are focused on distributed control systems in the energy sector, its development and principle. The last part is devoted to consideration of the role of alternative energy sources and distributed generation in Smart Grids.
Conversion of nursery school
Piškulová, Veronika ; Procházka, Jiří (referee) ; Sobotka, Jindřich (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with project documentation of new kindergartens in the cadastral area Rohatec. The building is self-standing, two-storey with a partial basement. It is a building designed for the upbringing and education of pre-school children. The capacity of kindergarten is 48 children divided into two classes. Part of the operation is a food preparation zone. The building is designed as a brick made of porous concrete blocks with mineral insulation, based on basic concrete passages. The roofing of the kindergarten is using warm flat roofs.
Electricity Consumption Progression Analysis
Kunc, Dominik ; Procházka, Jiří (referee) ; Bartošík, Tomáš (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to briefly introduce the reader to the problem of development of the electricity consumption, to show the possibilities of its prediction, and provide an example of electricity consumption analysis, which may serve as a basis for long-term forecast. The first part of this work is devoted to brief overview of the development of consumption of electrical energy in the Czech Republic and factors associated with that development. The main events of Czech electrification history are outlined, as well as factors influencing the magnitude of the demand for electricity in the recent times. There are described the possibilities of the influence of foreign exchange and price of the electricity, net losses, GDP, the consumption of gas, the number of inhabitants, or the structure of the economy. This work further describes the development of the consumption of electric energy abroad and comparison of the electricity consumption in the Czech Republic to its neighboring countries, in which there are apparently influence by variety of factors that affect the consumption development trend. For more complex overview, the electricity consumption of most of European states is being noted, and near the end of the chapter the development in poorest countries and in quickly growing economies is shown. The fourth chapter mentions methods for short and middle-term prediction of consumption of electricity. There also is more consistent description of possibilities useful for long-term prediction, for which the use of the results of statistics analysis is possible. The description of observed data that are used to find the dependences of different factors is made in the following part. Further the approach of the statistics analysis used in this thesis is shown, and the key terms are explained. The dates concerning the consumption of Czech Republic are analyzed, followed by the states with similar trend of the consumption and finally other European states. Sixth chapter examines the possible uses of the outcomes of statistical analyses for long-term prediction of electricity consumption. The conclusion sums up the knowledge acquired during the research concerning problem of electricity consumption and my own analysis of data.
Simulation Modelling of Piezo-generator
Procházka, Josef ; Dušek, Daniel (referee) ; Hadaš, Zdeněk (advisor)
This thesis focuses on simulation modelling of a piezoelectric button power generator. A model of this generator is created in the programme ANSYS. An introductory chapter on piezoelectricity is also included.
Test stand for DC motor control units
Procházka, Jan ; Adámek, Roman (referee) ; Najman, Jan (advisor)
Main focus of this bachelor thesis is construction of testing stand for master-slave driver units with possibility of using more slave units at the same time. Theoretical part is about DC engines and sensors. Practical part is about testing components, construction of mechanisms, which are mented to test different variants of controlling DC engines. For every mechanism is created program in SIMULINK. With thesis is included list of used components, script with subsystem for each mechanism and file with wire description and basic troubleshoot.

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