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Continuous models in biology
Kozák, Michal ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Kučera, Milan (referee)
This Bachelor Thesis is devoted to study of conditions guaranteeing that the modelled biological system is stable from the point of view of surviving of species. First, we give a short survey of various concepts of ecological stability (persistence, permanence) and then we concentrate on permanence. The models we study are described in terms of semidynamical systems on metric spaces. In this framework we define permanence of a semidynamical system. Main part of the thesis are theorems giving sufficient conditions for permanence or non- permanence by adapting the method of Average Lyapunov Function. In the last chapter a model of aquatic population interacting with a polluted environment is considered and its permanence proved under certain conditions on coefficients. The aim of the theses is to present a survey of these notions. Moreover, the contri- bution of theses is the proof of non-permanence theorem whose part was known for difference equations, only. 34
Radislav Krstić: the procedural conduct of the criminal proceedings before the ICTY
Kučera, Milan ; Šlosarčík, Ivo (advisor) ; Teichman, Miroslav (referee)
The Bachelor's thesis Radislav Krstić: the procedural progress of a criminal proceeding before ICTY is a case study analysing the fulfilment of the right to just trial in the Krstić case. The analysed subject was chosen for its close connection to the consolidation of the western Balkan countries, in which the Tribunal had become involved, that is mainly in pursuance of development of democratic institutions and judicial reforms. The ICTY's opportunity of consolidation originated from the Tribunal's judicial praxis, which had had to be convincing and just enough to have confirmed the leaders of these countries that the returned verdicts were in their interest as well. This way the Tribunal gained the credibility needed, and the countries of former Yugoslavia let it intervene with their internal affairs. Although a successful cooperation was established, the author asks himself whether the influence of mass media over the decision making of courts could have influenced trials before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Therefore the thesis analyses the procedural progress with R. Krstić, who was the first one convicted of genocide, and received one of the three most severe sentences of that time. Consequently, the author analyses the most significant provisions of the Rules...
Central Bank Communication and Correlation between Financial Markets: Evidence from the Euro Area
Kučera, Milan ; Horváth, Roman (advisor) ; Krištoufek, Ladislav (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to assess the effect of ECB's communication on financial market co- movements between Italy, Spain, Germany and France using MGARCH family of models. Author addresses partially the potential problem of endogeneity of central bank communication by using Composite indicator of systemic stress and excess liquidity. The author estimates the impact of ECB's communication on correlations of government bond yield changes using daily data from 2008 to 2014. For this purpose author employs bivariate diagonal BEKK(1,1) and bivariate scalar BEKK(1,1) with surprises of macroeconomic announcements under control. The results are consistent and robust for all models, the results suggest that communication does not have statistically significant effect on financial market correlations in the Euro area. Furthermore, author defines delta functions which describe and quantify the immediate and full effect of explanatory variables on conditional correlations in bivariate diagonal BEKK(1,1) and bivariate scalar BEKK(1,1). To the best of author's knowledge this thesis is the only one in the literature which examines this effect of ECB's communication by MGARCH models. Keywords: Financial markets, central bank communication, correlation, MGARCH, BEKK Author's e-mail: milankucera1@seznam.cz...
Crandall-Rabinowitz type bifurcation for non-differentiable perturbations of smooth mappings
Recke, L. ; Väth, Martin ; Kučera, Milan ; Navrátil, J.
We consider abstract equations of the type ..., where lambda is a bifurcation parameter and tau is a perturbation parameter. We suppose that ... for all lambda and tau, F is smooth and the unperturbed equation ... describes a Crandall-Rabinowitz bifurcation in lambda=0, that is, two half-branches of nontrivial solutions bifurcate from the trivial solution in lambda=0. Concerning G, we suppose only a certain Lipschitz condition; in particular, G is allowed to be non-differentiable. We show that for fixed small ... there exist also two half-branches of nontrivial solutions to the perturbed equation, but they bifurcate from the trivial solution in two bifurcation points, which are different, in general. Moreover, we determine the bifurcation directions of those two half-branches, and we describe, asymptotically as ..., how the bifurcation points depend on tau. Finally, we present applications to boundary value problems for quasilinear elliptic equations and...
Avoidable Mortality in he Czech Republic and its Applications
Burcin, Boris ; Rychtaříková, Jitka (advisor) ; Kalvach, Zdeněk (referee) ; Kučera, Milan (referee)
lntroduction From the long-term viewpoint' monaliý c|ear|y assumes a crucia| position in the demographic development. lt codetermines the evolution of the size of a given population and it contributes to the creation ofits sex and age structure. As a result, it becomes one of the significant factors of the social and economic development. This fact bestows a deep sense to the entire study of mortality, both in the general context and in real conditions. Unlike other components of the population reproduction, the process of mortality mostly occurs independently from the will of man and his decision-making. As a rule, demographic events provoked by a decision of an individual or a partnership couple (birth, marriage, divorce) are preceded by a preparatory period lasting some time. In the case of mortality, there is a certain parallel as, apart from suicides and other violent deaths, most events shaping the process under observation result from the influences with a long-term impact on human health. Only a small part of people die "without any blame" such as due to some untreatable congenital defect or accident caused by another person. As a result, the absolute majority of deaths is caused by the way of life that in the long run and systematically harms the health ofits bearer, through the neglect ofcare for...
A Company as the injured party in criminal procedure
Kučera, Milan ; Bohuslav, Lukáš (advisor) ; Vokoun, Rudolf (referee)
There are two main thesis to the work "A Company as the injured party in criminal procedure": (i) civil law recodification, in the context of company actions or actions made on behalf of a company, represents a positive change for the injured party when submitting a proposition for the court to impose a duty to compensate the damage in its sentencing judgment and as well determinates a limitation period, (ii) the process of assigning or withdrawing a status of the injured party is not described accordingly in the contemporary procedure act, especially regarding the exact form needed for this decision. These issues are closely tied to the types of damage applicable in a criminal procedure, injured party categories and to the details of submitting the compensation duty motion. A comparison of different company actions before and after recodification implies that there is a possibility of approbating the juridicial act of legal proceedings of a company that are invalid due to the company's procedure errors. Determining a limitation period by the day of the original motion stays unimpaired. Repeating the legal procedure and putting the limitation period to the day after its valid execution was necessary with the latest legal version. The second thesis was verified as well by exploiting contemporary...
Czech educational system in the international context
Kučera, Milan ; Cahlík, Tomáš (advisor) ; Břízová, Pavla (referee)
This bachelor thesis analyses the impact of chosen variables on results from PISA. The thesis describes the short existence of PISA, summarizes the results from PISA with aiming on aggregatable variables and also deals with critique of PISA. The thesis provides the insertion of the czech system of compulsory education in the international context of results and findings of PISA. Econometrics analysis based on panel data of 44 countries participating in PISA from years 2006, 2009 a 2012 were confirmed international autocorrelation in results of PISA, significantly positive impact of economic, social and cultural background and negative impact of the inequality in the distribution of wealth in society. For this purpose was used spatial autoregressive model using maximum likelihood estimation method. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Radislav Krstić: the procedural conduct of the criminal proceedings before the ICTY
Kučera, Milan ; Šlosarčík, Ivo (advisor) ; Teichman, Miroslav (referee)
The Bachelor's thesis Radislav Krstić: the procedural progress of a criminal proceeding before ICTY is a case study analysing the fulfilment of the right to just trial in the Krstić case. The analysed subject was chosen for its close connection to the consolidation of the western Balkan countries, in which the Tribunal had become involved, that is mainly in pursuance of development of democratic institutions and judicial reforms. The ICTY's opportunity of consolidation originated from the Tribunal's judicial praxis, which had had to be convincing and just enough to have confirmed the leaders of these countries that the returned verdicts were in their interest as well. This way the Tribunal gained the credibility needed, and the countries of former Yugoslavia let it intervene with their internal affairs. Although a successful cooperation was established, the author asks himself whether the influence of mass media over the decision making of courts could have influenced trials before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Therefore the thesis analyses the procedural progress with R. Krstić, who was the first one convicted of genocide, and received one of the three most severe sentences of that time. Consequently, the author analyses the most significant provisions of the Rules...

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