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Management rodů Tilia L. a Fagus L. v Hamzově odborné léčebně v Luži-Košumberku
Schejbal, Martin
The bachelor thesis analyses the current state of the woody plants at the grounds of Hamza Specialist Sanatorium at Luže-Košumberk, and suggests their treatment. More than 200 specimen of the tree TIlia L. and Fagus L. were scrutinised for the purpose of this thesis; all the basic dendrometrial measurements were taken for each one of the trees, their physiological age was determined, as well as their vitality and state of health. Individual treatment was devised for particular trees, and their price was evaluated.
Management rodů Tilia L. a Fagus L. v Hamzově odborné léčebně v Luži-Košumberku
Schejbal, Martin
The bachelor thesis analyses the current state of the woody plants at the grounds of Hamza Specialist Sanatorium at Luže-Košumberk, and suggests their treatment. More than 200 specimen of the tree TIlia L. and Fagus L. were scrutinised for the purpose of this thesis; all the basic dendrometrial measurements were taken for each one of the trees, their physiological age was determined, as well as their vitality and state of health. Individual treatment was devised for particular trees, and their price was evaluated.
Sales promotions and their use in T-Mobile Czech Republic
Kučerová, Iveta ; Postler, Milan (advisor) ; Schejbal, Martin (referee)
This bachelor thesis describes the theoretical basics of sales promotion as part of marketing and commercial communications in general and in particular as applied in the practical example of T-Mobile. The work also evaluates T-Mobile's Christmas campaign and its use sales promotion tools. This assessment is based on my own research and analysis, the results of which are compared to T-Mobile's own analysis of the campaign. Finally, the thesis presents possible solutions for future campaigns.
The Antisocial Punishment Evolution
Schejbal, Martin ; Hudík, Marek (advisor) ; Mirvald, Michal (referee)
This work statistically analyses hypotheses about the presence of antisocial punishment in study of economic experiments. Analysed data source is author's own ABM simulation of antisocial punishment environment. Tested hypotheses and ABM simulations are evolutionary oriented. This represents natural selection of evolving agents (and their groups) interacting with one another. Work is divided by two independent parts of presumptions. Crucial hypothesis of the first part is evolutional advantage from retaliatory punishment, the second part tests hypotheses of evolutional benefits resulting from group selection. Findings of the analysis allow us to accept these crucial hypothesis, and it may be concluded, that antisocial punishment can be regard as an evolutionary advantage, which directly advantages individuals, as well as whole groups.
Rugulation of dance sport
Schejbal, Martin ; Svoboda, Miroslav (advisor) ; Skopeček, Jan (referee)
This work analyses institutional form and regulation of dancing sport. Further this work surveys on favouritism juryman and their motivation. Of all choice statistical method was favouritism the most reliably described with correlation analysis. The result of this work is a possibility of presence regulation only in internal structure of institutions.

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