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HTML diff
Novák, Ladislav ; Kopecký, Michal (advisor) ; Míšek, Jakub (referee)
Title: HTML Diff Author: Ladislav Novák Department: Department of software engineering Supervisor: RNDr. Michal Kopecký, Ph.D. Supervisor's e-mail address: Michal.Kopecky@mff.cuni.cz Abstract: This thesis describes both design and implementation of the application, able to compare HTML files and show their differences. The program allows comparing files on the source code level as well as on the visual appearance level, where more different notations can result in the same shown HTML page. Found differences are understandably presented to the user using HTML format. The application allows easy further development due to its modularity. Keywords: Compare, Html, Diff, Differences
Resilience as the modern approach to cities' security: Critical analysis of the London case
Novák, Ladislav ; Střítecký, Vít (advisor) ; Svitková, Katarína (referee)
This thesis examines the understanding of the concept of resilience in urban security with focus on countering terrorism and emergency planning in London between 2000 and 2015. It analyses the implementation of the concept and the results of it. The thesis first describes the theoretical backgrounds of the concept and creates a classification based on the evolution of the concept. A discourse analysis of security strategies and other official documents is done to demonstrate how resilience was conceptualised in the United Kingdom and how it evolved. Also the influence of private actors is evalueted. The same discourse analysis is done on the level of the city of London. The thesis then describes the specific implementation of resilience that impacts everyday lives of London citizens and it shows that the measures penetrates every aspect of it. The International Political Sociology and the theory of insecuritization is used to assess the findings. It concludes that resilience is used as a governing tool enabeling the UK government to produce an appearance of decisive governing, while it transfers the actual responsibility for everyday security to the citizens and their communities. The transfer is not accompanied by providig appropriete tools and consecquently an atmosphere of insecurity and...
Schedule analysis
Novák, Ladislav ; Barták, Roman (advisor) ; Duša, Vladimír (referee)
Goal of this work was to engage in formal analysis of schedules, i.e. identifying weak spots and consequently design method to correct those weak points. Moreover this thesis addresses method, how from constructed corrections take appropriate set, called portfolio. Resulting software prototype called an Analyzer is integrated into FlowOpt project, which represents complex solution from modeling workflows, creation of schedules to displaying schedules using Gantt diagrams. Analyzer was developed mainly as a prototype application, which illustrates formal process of analysis. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Resilience as the modern approach to cities' security: Critical analysis of the London case
Novák, Ladislav ; Střítecký, Vít (advisor) ; Svitková, Katarína (referee)
This thesis examines the understanding of the concept of resilience in urban security with focus on countering terrorism and emergency planning in London between 2000 and 2015. It analyses the implementation of the concept and the results of it. The thesis first describes the theoretical backgrounds of the concept and creates a classification based on the evolution of the concept. A discourse analysis of security strategies and other official documents is done to demonstrate how resilience was conceptualised in the United Kingdom and how it evolved. Also the influence of private actors is evalueted. The same discourse analysis is done on the level of the city of London. The thesis then describes the specific implementation of resilience that impacts everyday lives of London citizens and it shows that the measures penetrates every aspect of it. The International Political Sociology and the theory of insecuritization is used to assess the findings. It concludes that resilience is used as a governing tool enabeling the UK government to produce an appearance of decisive governing, while it transfers the actual responsibility for everyday security to the citizens and their communities. The transfer is not accompanied by providig appropriete tools and consecquently an atmosphere of insecurity and...
Schedule analysis
Novák, Ladislav ; Barták, Roman (advisor) ; Duša, Vladimír (referee)
Goal of this work was to engage in formal analysis of schedules, i.e. identifying weak spots and consequently design method to correct those weak points. Moreover this thesis addresses method, how from constructed corrections take appropriate set, called portfolio. Resulting software prototype called an Analyzer is integrated into FlowOpt project, which represents complex solution from modeling workflows, creation of schedules to displaying schedules using Gantt diagrams. Analyzer was developed mainly as a prototype application, which illustrates formal process of analysis. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Influence of single transferable vote on intraparty competition in the Republic of Ireland
Novák, Ladislav ; Lebeda, Tomáš (advisor) ; Mlejnek, Josef (referee)
The thesis deals with working of single transferable vote electoral system and its effects on political system. First the system is introduced and subsequently the main benefits and deficiencies are identified. The thesis especially aims at its effects on relations between political actors, specifically at Dáil elections in Ireland. Primary focus is laid on clarifying the relation among Dáil candidates from the same party. Among them a phenomenon called intra- party competition appears. The author searches if the single transferable vote is responsible, examines the nature of the conflict and describes the consequences for relations within parties. Secondary the author focuses on the nature of relations between candidates or deputies and their constituents. He examines, if the transferable vote is responsible for increased closeness of those relations, and for significant concentration of deputies on constituency work. The author uses clientelism and brokerage concepts. The last part of the thesis deals with political parties in context of the single transferable vote. The influence on cohesion, party discipline and relations of the party centers to candidates and deputies is examined. The thesis also concerns certain tensions between party centers and local structures.
HTML diff
Novák, Ladislav ; Míšek, Jakub (referee) ; Kopecký, Michal (advisor)
Title: HTML Diff Author: Ladislav Novák Department: Department of software engineering Supervisor: RNDr. Michal Kopecký, Ph.D. Supervisor's e-mail address: Michal.Kopecky@mff.cuni.cz Abstract: This thesis describes both design and implementation of the application, able to compare HTML files and show their differences. The program allows comparing files on the source code level as well as on the visual appearance level, where more different notations can result in the same shown HTML page. Found differences are understandably presented to the user using HTML format. The application allows easy further development due to its modularity. Keywords: Compare, Html, Diff, Differences
Creation of Foreign Branch of the Company
Novák, Ladislav ; Sedlář, Roman (referee) ; Koráb, Vojtěch (advisor)
The topic of the thesis is the comprehensive proposal for establishing foreign branch of the company in the Baltics with a distribution network across the countries of the region. The theoretical part is focused on basic information regarding the legal requirements in the countries concerned. Practical part deals with the specific formation of a subsidiary and commissioning.

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