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Evaluation of Business Performance Through Financial Analysis Tools
Sedláček, Filip ; Toman,, Petr (referee) ; Ptáček, Roman (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis focusses on the evaluation of business performance using tools of financial analysis during the period 2016 – 2020. The theoretical part describes individual indicators and methods that are explained and subsequently used in this work. The second part of the thesis discreetly presents analysed company to which mentioned above indicators from the theoretical part are applied. The last part of this thesis presents the overall evaluation of the results of financial analysis including the author’s suggestions to improve financial situation of the company.
High data rate image processing using CUDA/OpenCL
Sedláček, Filip ; Klečka, Jan (referee) ; Honec, Peter (advisor)
The main objective of this research is to propose optimization of the defect detection algorithm in the production of nonwoven textile. The algorithm was developed by CAMEA spol. s.r.o. As a consequence of upgrading the current camera system to a more powerful one, it will be necessary to optimize the current algorithm and choose the hardware with the appropriate architecture on which the calculations will be performed. This work will describe a usefull programming techniques of CUDA software architecture and OpenCL framework in details. Using these tools, we proposed to implement a parallel equivalent of the current algorithm, describe various optimization methods, and we designed a GUI to test these methods.
Spectral method for motor parameters identification
Sedláček, Filip ; Buchta, Luděk (referee) ; Pohl, Lukáš (advisor)
This project deals with the problem of spectral method for system identification. Introductory part acquaints reader with basic concept of identification and explains its application in practice. It describes and mathematically derives two non-parametric methods for identification – correlation method and spectral analysis. The main aim of this final project is testing and implementation of spectral analysis in system parameters identification, which is specifically described in remaining sections of this project. These sections discuss a fundamental rules, procedures and principles in order to prepare a reader as much as possible for its final application in REAL-TIME system identification.

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