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Marketingová studie spokojenosti uživatelů dřevostaveb v Jihočeském kraji
Prokop, Pavel
The Bachelor Thesis deals with a research of satisfaction of the wooden building users in the South Bohemian Region. Information from the users was obtained by a previously defined questionnaire, which was split into four parts. The respondents -- the owners -- answered the questions related to their wooden houses, their interest in wooden houses and their own practical experiences as well. The research was performed for the houses approved for occupancy between 1995--2015. In the first (theoretical) part, wood was introduced as a constructional material, hereafter various construction systems were introduced as well. Here are mentioned as well as brief description of the South Bohemian Region. In the second -- practical part, an assessment of the research was done. The collected data from the wooden house users were compiled and are shown in the charts with short comments.
Fraud Investigation systems
Prokop, Pavel ; Molnár, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Hawlová, Kateřina (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the topic of fraud investigation systems on the Czech mar-ket. The first part of the thesis deals with the purpose and function of the system in the present time, the reasons and the profile of motivation of fraudulent behavior and perpetra-tors. The next part focuses on the categorization of methods used to detect and investigate fraudulent behavior. Subsequently, there are presented solutions that deal with this topic and are available on the Czech market. Various sectors are described and typical fraudulent behavior is described. In the last part, are compared the available solutions and how these solutions cover the system's needs in detecting the described frauds. Part of the diploma thesis is the design of the properties of these systems divided into defined sectors.
The design of the multipurpose small water reservoir
Prokop, Pavel ; Hyánková, Eva (referee) ; Doležal, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is divided into two main parts. The first part covers a classification of small water reservoirs and a necessary documentation for design of water reservoirs. Second part deals with the conceptual design of the small water reservoir in the specific area. This part also include graphic attachments.
Semiotic Engineering and rules for interaction design
Prokop, Pavel ; Brejcha, Jan (advisor) ; Slavíček, Daniel (referee)
Semiotic Engineering is one of semiotic approaches to human-computer interaction problematics. Its theory is based on a simple notion of interface beeing a designers deputy through which the designer comunicates with users of this interface. Telling them, how to work with a program, he or she designed for them. Apart from teoretical foundation, semiotic engineering dispose also with research methods that can be used to evaluate a way an interface communicates with its users. This way it can compare with other non-semitic theories in this branch of research and thanks to its orientation to communication, it is even able to bring new points o wiev. Its theory and methods are used in this thesis as a basis for creation of a set of rules for user interface designers, that shoul serve them as guidelines for their thinking about interface. It turns out that semiotic theory is capable of bringing concerete results for praxis in the area of interaction design and it is not bound only to the academic enviroment.
Semiotic Engineering and rules for interaction design
Prokop, Pavel ; Brejcha, Jan (advisor) ; Slavíček, Daniel (referee)
Semiotic Engineering is one of semiotic approaches to human-computer interaction problematics. Its theory is based on a simple notion of interface beeing a designers deputy through which the designer comunicates with users of this interface. Telling them, how to work with a program, he or she designed for them. Apart from teoretical foundation, semiotic engineering dispose also with research methods that can be used to evaluate a way an interface communicates with its users. This way it can compare with other non-semitic theories in this branch of research and thanks to its orientation to communication, it is even able to bring new points o wiev. Its theory and methods are used in this thesis as a basis for creation of a set of rules for user interface designers, that shoul serve them as guidelines for their thinking about interface. It turns out that semiotic theory is capable of bringing concrete results for praxis in the area of interaction design and it is not bound only to the academic enviroment.

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