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Software architecture of open government
Kroupa, Tomáš ; Nečaský, Martin (advisor) ; Chlapek, Dušan (referee)
Public administration owns a large amount of information, whose value is not utilized yet. An application of Open Data and Linked Data principles could enable not only to effectively publish this information, but also to exploit the value. The aim of this thesis is to analyse contemporary situation, assess and debate the barriers and also suggest the solutions for application of the principles in the Public Administration of The Czech Republic.
Comparison of approaches to storing linked open data
Hanuš, Jiří ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Kučera, Jan (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis is a detail description of current possibilities and ways of storing open data. It focuses on tools and database systems used for storing linked open data as well as on the selection of such systems for subsequent analysis and comparison. The practical part of the thesis then focuses on the comparison of selected systems based on a selected use case. This thesis introduces the fundamental terms and concepts concerning linked open data. Besides that, various approaches and formats for storing linked open data (namely file ori-ented approaches and database approaches) are analyzed. . The thesis also focuses on the RDF format and database systems. Ten triplestore database solutions (solutions for storing data in the RDF format) are introduced and described briefly. Out of these, three are cho-sen for a detailed analysis by which they are compared with one another and with a rela-tional database system. The core of the detail analysis lies in performance benchmarks. Ex-isting performance oriented benchmarks of triplestore systems are described and analyzed. In addition to that, the thesis introduces a newly developed benchmark as a collection of database queries. The benchmark is then used for the performance testing. The following systems have been tested: Apache Jena TDB/Fuseki, OpenLink Virtuoso, Oracle Spatial and Graph a Microsoft SQL Server. The main contribution of this thesis consists in a comprehensive presentation of current possibilities of storing linked open data.
Analysis and design business processes optimization in administration management
Vosecký, Ondřej ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Hemala, David (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on optimizing administration management in the Czech telecommunication office. The thesis has three essential objectives. The first objective is the analysis of present state of the administration management using the process modelling. The second objective is to identify the real potential for improvements of the process group. That means to specify process priority, estimate current and desired levels of process maturity, identify key activities and determine the level of process description and processing framing tables. These activities are supported by the methodically theoretical text at the first part of the thesis. The evaluation of limits determining potential improvements resulted from previous chapters and is contained in the final part of this thesis. The fundamental objective of this work is to design the optimization of the process group using the form of future projects.
Data quality in the business information database environment
Cabalka, Martin ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Kučera, Jan (referee)
This master thesis is concerned with the choice of suitable data quality dimensions for a particular database of economy information and proposes and implements metrics for its assessment. The aim of this paper is to define the term data quality in the context of economy information database and possible ways to measure it. Based on dimensions suitable to observe, a list of metrics was created and subsequently implemented in SQL query language, alternatively in a procedural extension Transact SQL. These metrics were also tested with the use of real data and the results were provided with a commentary. The main asset of this work is its complex processing of the data quality topic, from theoretical term definition to particular implementation of individual metrics. Finally, this study offers a variety of both theoretical and practical directions fort this issue to be further researched.
Výběr a implementace open source nástroje pro řízení portfolia projektů
Marek, Jan ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Kučera, Jan (referee)
Methods and ways of implementation of changes and innovations in companies through project management are in today's society very well established. There exists methodologies, techniques and tools for the management of individual projects. However in a role of project manager, I very often faced the fact that companies are performing the project portfolio management in very intuitive way. This in itself leads to failed and prematurely terminated projects, initiation of the wrong projects or realisation of correct projects, but at the wrong time. Very often I have also recognized, that there is lack of awareness of fact, that there are also Open Source applications that can help with the organization's portfolio. This thesis deals with the definition of requirements, search and selection of proper OSS application and subsequent implementation. In the first part of this thesis I prepare a theoretical framework about PPM, and on that basis then identify and verify a set of requirements for selection of right OSS PPM application. The next section of thesis describes searching for suitable applications from a variety of sources, assessment against the requirements and the final selection. In the last part the implementation project is drafted, which aims to serve other colleagues in project management as one of the possible implementation paths. The outputs are then continuously confronted with experts in matter of projects and project management in the field of IT in order to maximize symbiosis between theory and real life experiences. Virtually every project management methodology defines the collection of already-proven techniques, best practices or lessons learned from the previous similar implementations. The main contribution of this thesis I see in fact that it contains not only the design of the project implementation, but also describes a logical path, what leads to the result. Therefore this thesis could be used as a base or discussed best practice, when a project of implementation of PPM application in place.
Visualisation of open data and their metadata
Vavřík, Bořek ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Kučera, Jan (referee)
The thesis is focused on open data and their metadata visualization. According to specialized literature in field of open data, data visualization and user experience the author prepares redesign of national catalogue of open data. The design is the main objective of the thesis. Particular objective is description of open data itself and their publication followed by comparison of existing instruments used for open data publication and visualization. The redesign can be seen as the main contribution, especially because it takes into account impulses of actual users. Another contribution is comparison of existing open data publication and visualization instruments with recommendation of the most appropriate one. The thesis consists of introduction, theoretical section, practical section and conclusion. The introduction offers an overview of open data visualization which is then analyzed more profoundly in the theoretical part. The practical part focuses on user experience and the data catalogue redesign itself. The open data catalogue redesign is attached.
Support the publication of open data in municipalities
Tichý, Petr ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Kučera, Jan (referee)
This thesis deals with so-called open data. Specifically, it aims to support the publication of open data in municipalities. The work has three defined objectives - to analyze the issue of open and linked data, to analyze and select data suitable for opening, and to create an application to facilitate the opening and visualization of data. Each goal provides some partial benefit, but the main and the biggest benefit is the verification of standardized process that allow for opening and publication of data in a small village. The structure of the work is partly based on defined goals. It consists of an introduction, theoretical part, practical part and conclusion. The introductory part deals with basic introduction to the work, defining goals and present searches resources. In the theoretical part basic concepts of open and linked data are defined, then presents the benefits and risks associated with the opening of data are presented. Then, a standardized process of opening and publication of data is introduced as well as the evaluation of the current situation of open data in the Czech Republic and in other countries. The practical part sets objectives subdivided to the described process of opening and publication of data in the selected municipality and describes the process of designing and creating applications using open data from the previous process. The conclusion summarizes the whole work, and discusses whether and how the objectives are reached.
Integration of Selendroid and automated tests into TeamCity
Štrajt, Vítězslav ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Buchalcevová, Alena (referee)
This bachelor thesis is about automated testing of mobile applications. Its aim is a validation of possibility to integrate Selendroid tool into TeamCity platform. This will help with achieving set of given goals during mobile application development. Owing to its features set of tools can be used for continuous integration while project is built. There are also men-tioned principles leading to integration, its concept and gained benefits.
Monitoring employee activity - practices and tools
Zdechovan, Ján ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Kučera, Jan (referee)
This thesis discusses surveillance in the work environment. The topic is too extensive, that´s the reason its focus is mainly on electronic employee monitoring. The basic concepts are explained in the beginning of the thesis, which is subsequently followed by a simple survey oriented on the opinions on employee surveillance. The center of this thesis is an analysis of legal, technical and ethical aspects, which also reviews different monitoring practices. Identified practices are used for defining monitoring possible scenarios. The contribution of this work is the evaluation of employee monitoring practices and establishing a ranking of monitoring tools that can serve as a decision making tool for organizations. This thesis uses not only theoretical knowledge from literature, but also incoporates comments and opinions from experts.
The design and implementation of the internal regulations system in relation to the process models
Kazheunikava, Valeryia ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Bruckner, Tomáš (referee)
The primary objective of this bachelor thesis is the design and implementation of the internal regulations system in relation to process models. In the theoretical part of the thesis, the basic terms and principles of the process management are explained, including the description of tools that support the process management. The thesis also explains the issue of the system of internal regulations and the immediate relationship between a process model and internal regulations. The theoretical part is concluded by an international standards overview. The international standards overview defines the requirements of the system of internal regulations. The next chapter contains a description and comparison of the process management implementation in selected companies. These findings were gained based on conversations with representatives of companies that engaged in energy distribution and trading. The practical part is aimed at specific design and the method application for a process models creation and their connection with internal regulations in the environment of a logistic company. The last part of the bachelor thesis is focused on the results assessment of the proposed method and also includes a conclusion statement.

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