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Disposer
Urban, Miroslav ; Frühbauer, Jiří (referee) ; Malášek, Jiří (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on the constructions of waste disposers. It contains a description of creating a new structural design. It was created from a research. The research is about the types of machine constructions in this area. Bachelor's thesis is also about placement of these machines in the crushing lines. Bachelor's thesis also contains an overview of manufacturers and companies that deal with the constructions in the question. The design was constructed based on the DUC16 from the company Unikasset. regarding the waste crusher DUC16 from Unikasset. After carrying out the balance sheet and functional calculations, the waste crusher was constructed. The output of the work is an assembly drawing.
Censorship in the Internet
Urban, Miroslav ; Rychlý, Marek (referee) ; Očenášek, Pavel (advisor)
This master's thesis deals with the issue of censorship in the internet. Specifically, it describes technical means for censorship and methods of checking on existing projects. There are also presented various alternatives of circumvention censorship, which allow to access blocked information via the internet. Finally, it describes a system that allows practical verification of censorship in the People's republic of China. The results obtained with this system are thoroughly described and discussed.
Censorship in the Internet
Urban, Miroslav ; Rychlý, Marek (referee) ; Očenášek, Pavel (advisor)
This master's thesis deals with the issue of censorship in the internet. Specifically, it describes technical means for censorship and methods of checking on existing projects. There are also presented various alternatives of circumvention censorship, which allow to access blocked information via the internet. Finally, it describes a system that allows practical verification of censorship in the People's republic of China. The results obtained with this system are thoroughly described and discussed.
Mapping the banks of the Želivka river within the framework of studying ecological invasions and invasive species \kur{I. glandulifera} and \kur{I. parviflora}
URBAN, Miroslav
The aim of the study was to study the invasion ecology and the to study the invasion of two species of the genus Impatiens, namely I. glandulifera and I. parviflora. I then chose the right bank of the Želivka river in the Czech-Bohemian highlands to study and survey the plant association and population of two mentioned species. Consequently I focused my study on the river biotope and the role of invasive species in it. Further I have worked up a research summary on the ecology of the invasion and the role of the above mentioned species in the riparian biotopes.
Surveying of the \kur{I. glandulifera} and \kur{I. parviflora} occurrence on the chosen section of Želivka river.
URBAN, Miroslav
The aim of the study was to write a review of research literature on the invasion and in parallel to carry out research work on the subject myself. In the study I chose to focus two species of the genus Impatiens, namely I. glandulifera and I. parviflora. Then I chose a 7 km long stretch of the river Želivka in the Czech-Bohemian highlands to study and survey the population of these two species and plant association. Consequently I focused my study on the river biotope and the role of invasive species in it. It is known, that I. glandulifera and I. parviflora are invasive species which tends to cause disruption to native biotopes. The former forms homogenous arrays near river banks, the latter forms this arrays in forests. In my study I examined the following questions: a) Do river and brook plant association differ in species? b) Which species are correlated with I. glandulifera and I. parviflora and which composition species occur most frequently with the subject species? c) Have different level of shading any impact on species composition? I tested these hypotheses using Statistica 8 (Statsoft Inc. 2007) and CANOCO (ter Braak and Šmilauer 2002) programs. The conclusion is that river and brook plant association differ in species composition. River plant association is lower in plant diversity (Shannon-Wiener index is 0,7; Z = -2,82208, p = 0,004772). Species correlated with I. glandulifera and I. parviflora are detailed on Fig. 7., 8., 9., and 12. The last finding was that different level of shading have impact on species composition in river and brook plant association (Z - Tab. 6, p = 0,0002).

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