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Information System for IT Asset Management
Dytrych, Michal ; Sklenák, Vilém (advisor) ; Vojíř, Stanislav (referee)
This thesis is about development and implementation of a new IT asset management system. The main target of this thesis is to replace existing system, which consists of a set of Excel files, in GE Aviation Czech, s.r.o. First part will evaluate existing system with all its pros and cons. Thesis will find reasons, whether and if any change is needed by its users. In following part, there will be evaluated different possibilities of already existing solutions, their pros and cons. After this will follow the implementation part. Choice of correct technologies and approaches best suitable for the team and continuous testing of all components. In the ending of this thesis it will be evaluated how are the users satisfied with the new system and differences between current solution and the old one will be discussed.
Complex Analysis of Website
Špála, Ondřej ; Vojíř, Stanislav (advisor) ; Chudán, David (referee)
This bachelor´s thesis deals with a complex analysis of a little private language school Profi English on an address and an implementation of changes resulting from this analysis. The aim of the work is to improve the technical state of the web, carry out the essential SEO optimization and improve functionality of the sites by a responsive design. These goals were reached by an analysis of the web using several online available applications and tools, the following revision and conversion of the code of the web. This way work is beneficial mainly for Profi English, its web and its visitors. Nevertheless, it can be also used as a guideline for other readers, who consider improving their websites or authors of modifications of similar webs. Fundamental attributes of a quality web presentation, such as accessibility or applicability, are shortly introduced in an opening part. It is also explained how these aspects should look like on web. Next there are ways of analysing a website and what tools are suitable to be used. In practical part, there is the analysis of the web The outcome of which is a list of recommended changes listed in an order according to their priority. In the last part implementation of the crucial innovations of web and responsive design is being described.
web application for manufacturing company's data visualization
Melena, Jan ; Vojíř, Stanislav (advisor) ; Smutný, Zdeněk (referee)
In today's world of modern technologies is a need for constant improvements in industry. It can vary from computerization of production, machine modernization to increasing personnel efficiency and creating new methods in production. Visualization of production data is part of this category. Therefore, this thesis describes innovative solution for production data visualization using modern technologies for rapid development, implementation and future updates of new functionality or even new type of industry aim altogether. Result of this thesis is a working web application prototype of data visualization for manufacturing company. These data are sorted by two dimensions. First one is sorted by the production line. Second one sorts data by external application for which they are displayed. This application is intended for management that will have a continual overview of the state of production. This thesis is an illustration of a web application development based on modern technologies and principles such as Single-page approach using Angular 4.0 framework. The goal is not writing a product documentation, but simply to describe a Single-page application and a showcase of this new approach of building modern websites.
Web presentation of a sports club
Korčák, Jiří ; Vojíř, Stanislav (advisor) ; Vodňanský, Daniel (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the analysis of the sports club, which creates background information, and the subsequent creation of a web presentation for it. The obtained information includes the situation of the club, the reasons for creating a new website and details about the users. Subsequently, a web design is created, taking a look on the competing websites of other clubs, and a summary of important aspects. Part of the thesis is also the analysis of Content management systems, their comparison and selection of the most suitable for the given task. This selected system is further expanded to meet the club's requirements and its functionality. Considering the representativeness of the appearance, a suitable template is selected and edited. The thesis describes the individual extensions and plugins that were used and their own settings. In the last part, it briefly deals with search engine optimization. The website then serves as a web presentation for the sports club and this work as a listing of the necessary information and the necessary steps to create it.
Tools designed for user interaction within student community website
Krejčí, Filip ; Vojíř, Stanislav (advisor) ; Hradil, Jiří (referee)
The thesis deals with the design and creation of an appropriate user environment for user interaction on student information sharing portals. Such an environment will allow students to share and draw information, evaluate content, and communicate quickly in the student portal environment. The work also focuses on ways to engage users in activity. The main goal is the design and development of basic components that serve to interact and communicate with users and are suitable for use in student community portals. In order to find the optimal solution, the work includes analysis of community portals and other websites designed to gather information suitable for university students. It also includes defining the requirements for the basic components, based on the analysis of existing pages. Chosen component is a messenger, content rating, comments, and notification system. For the proper functioning, the latest technology and approaches to design and implementation are used in development. These technologies guarantee high-quality optimization, security and, at the same time, do not reduce the resulting functionality and usability of the components. Design and development is introduced in the creation of a new web application Primá The idea of the project and the vision that should be fulfilled in the future is presented. In addition, there are reasons for the decision to completely redesign the website instead of just updating or partially rebuilding it. The results are the described and detailed functional components and the introduction of their functionality in the environment of Primá
Processing image metadata in XSLT/XQuery
Šubrt, Matěj ; Kosek, Jiří (advisor) ; Vojíř, Stanislav (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with how to obtain information from image formats, especially those that use Exif specification for storing metadata, which offers a lot of information about the image. The work focuses on creating a library that gets these meta-data from the image using XSLT, XQuery and XPath. A simple application/transformation is also part of the work, which can extract the metadata from the enclosed images and display them to the user.
Web application for calculating nutritional values and monitoring nutritional needs
Morkus, Tomáš ; Smutný, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Vojíř, Stanislav (referee)
Bachelor thesis is focused on a development process of web application that should help users to calculate their nutritional needs. Thesis is divided into theoretical and practical parts. In the theoretical part analysis of current appliactions with similar functionalities is made. Next is summarize problematics of mashup applications. In the theoretical part you can also find introduction to basic of dietetics. In the practical part development process of web application is described.
OLAP Recommender
Koukal, Bohuslav ; Chudán, David (advisor) ; Vojíř, Stanislav (referee)
Manual data exploration in data cubes and searching for potentially interesting and useful information starts to be time-consuming and ineffective from certain volume of the data. In my thesis, I designed, implemented and tested a system, automating the data cube exploration and offering potentially interesting views on OLAP data to the end user. The system is based on integration of two data analytics methods - OLAP analysis data visualisation and data mining, represented by GUHA association rules mining. Another contribution of my work is a research of possibilities how to solve differences between OLAP analysis and association rule mining. Implemented solutions of the differences include data discretization, dimensions commensurability, design of automatic data mining task algorithm based on the data structure and mapping definition between mined association rules and corresponding OLAP visualisation. The system was tested with real retail sales data and with EU structural funds data. The experiments proved that complementary usage of the association rule mining together with OLAP analysis identifies relationships in the data with higher success rate than the isolated use of both techniques.
Filter interesting rules in EasyMiner system
Duben, Přemysl Václav ; Vojíř, Stanislav (advisor) ; Zeman, Václav (referee)
Postprocessing is like data preparation one of the most challenging tasks in data mining that users must deal with. It is desirable to simplify it so that the path to results is as fast and efficient as possible. The extension of the EasyMiner research project to filter the association rules by similarity to the knowledge-based rules, should be helped in this respect, which is the subject of this diploma thesis. The objectives were accomplished by a detailed analysis of the default state of EasyMiner in conjunction with a thoroughly thought-out implementation proposal without increasing the demands on the server or user of the application. An analysis of general practices and the author's deep knowledge of Internet application issues served to do this. The future deployment of this extension to the EasyMiner infrastructure will benefit from a clearer and more efficient work with the Knowledge base part, where it will no longer be necessary to evaluate the interest in the same or similar rules and the user will be able to focus directly on the quality of the results. This thesis is divided into chapters as a detailed description of how a similar problem can be approached in any other project that works with a certain form of knowledge base. Initial input analysis with access search for comparison of the various elements passes through a description of the default application state to a specific solution design. This should be a guideline for the implementation itself and for the testing of the proposed and implemented procedures.
Business rule learning using data mining of GUHA association rules
Vojíř, Stanislav ; Strossa, Petr (advisor) ; Pour, Jan (referee) ; Kouba, Zdeněk (referee) ; Gregor, Jiří (referee)
In the currently highly competitive environment, the information systems of the businesses should not only effectively support the existing business processes, but also have to be dynamically adaptable to the changes in the environment. There are increasing efforts at separation of the application and the business logic in the information system. One of the appropriate instruments for this separation is the business rule approach. Business rules are simple, understandable rules. They can be used for the knowledge externalization and sharing also as for the active control and decisions within the business processes. Although the business rule approach is used for almost 20 years, the various specifications and practical applications of business rules are still a goal of the active research. The disadvantage of the business rule approach is great demands on obtaining of the rules. There has to be a domain expert, who is able to manually write them. One of the problems addressed by the current research is the possibility of (semi)automatic acquisition of business rules from the different resources - unstructured documents, historical data etc. This dissertation thesis addresses the problem of acquisition (learning) of business rules from the historical data of the company. The main objective of this thesis is to design and validate a method for (semi)automatic learning of business rules using the data mining of association rules. Association rule are a known data mining method for discovering of interesting relations hidden in the data. Association rules are comprehensible and explainable. The comprehensibility of association rules is suitable for the use of them for learning of business rules. For this purpose the user can use not only simple rules discovered using the algorithm Apriori or FP-Growth, but also more complex association rules discovered using the GUHA method. Within this thesis is used the procedure 4ft-Miner implemented in the data mining system LISp Miner. The first part of this thesis contains the description of the relevant topics from the research of business rules and association rules. Business rules is not a name of one specification of standard but rather a label of the approach to modelling of business logic. As part of the work there is defined a process of selection of the most appropriate specification of business rules for the selected practical use. Consequently, the author proposed three models of involving of data mining of association rules into business rule sets. These models contain also the definition of a model for the transformation of GUHA association rules in the business rules for the system JBoss Drools. For the possibility of learning of business rules using the data mining results from more than one data set, the author proposed a knowledge base. The knowledge base is suitable for the interconnection of business rules and data mining of association rules. From the perspective of business rules the knowledge base is a term dictionary. From the perspective of data mining the knowledge base contains some background knowledge for data preprocessing and preparation of classification models. The proposed models have been validated using practical implementations in the systems EasyMiner (in conjunction with JBoss Drools) and Erian. The thesis contains also a description of two model use cases based on real data from the field of marketing and the field of health insurance.

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