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Czech morphological guesser
Suchánek, Michal ; Hlaváčová, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Mírovský, Jiří (referee)
The first step of text analysis is tagging word forms with morphological tags. These tags describe the part of speech, person (where applicable), number, etc. This information is used for further analysis of the text. Tags are automatically assigned by looking up the word form in the morphological dictionary. This gives good results for the Czech language because the word forms express the morphological categories to some extent. Unlike English words, Czech words often change their ending when their morphological category changes. Words that are not present in the dictionary can be tagged with a guesser. The guesser described here uses the similarity of unrecognized words with words already present in the dictionary.
FPGA implementation of PCS and PMA sublayer of 50Gb/s Ethernet
Suchanek, Michal ; Levek, Vladimír (referee) ; Bohrn, Marek (advisor)
The main goal of this thesis is to familiarize with 25/50 Gigabit Ethernet Consortium standard, which defines 50Gb/s Ethernet. Study about PCS and PMA sublayer specifications for Ethernet physical layer in 50GBASE-R mode. Describe and implement mentioned PCS and PMA sublayers in VHDL language for FPGA circuits and selected acceleration card. Verify correct functionality of physical layer through tests on given acceleration card.
Czech morphological guesser
Suchánek, Michal ; Mírovský, Jiří (referee) ; Hlaváčová, Jaroslava (advisor)
The first step of text analysis is tagging word forms with morphological tags. These tags describe the part of speech, person (where applicable), number, etc. This information is used for further analysis of the text. Tags are automatically assigned by looking up the word form in the morphological dictionary. This gives good results for the Czech language because the word forms express the morphological categories to some extent. Unlike English words, Czech words often change their ending when their morphological category changes. Words that are not present in the dictionary can be tagged with a guesser. The guesser described here uses the similarity of unrecognized words with words already present in the dictionary.
Student Housing
Suchánek, Michal ; Wahla, Ivan (referee) ; Pelčák, Petr (advisor)
Interior organization carefully considers different needs of various personality types. Middle block is composed of mezzanine flats. The other two patrs are free plan organization of 1 bed or two bed rooms surrounding a corridor that servs the function of a huge living room. Corner on the south and north are glazed and communicate with the urban setting all the time. It is conceived as an urban gesture, a vibrant show of the student life performed for the city. Form of the building as well as the facade truly depicts the diversity of its interior setting. The facade is quite compact in the middle "mezanine" section and changes gradually towards its edges in thw way of pulling in and out of components - which is in this case a room. Rather long building is divided into three sections therefore resembling a more traditional street urban rythm.
PPP projects - error or rational solutions to problems of financing public sector projects
Suchánek, Michal ; Ševčík, Miroslav (advisor) ; Loužek, Marek (referee)
The Diploma thesis is dealing with the usage of the private-public partnerships in the form of PPP projects. The main aim of this work is an evaluation of the PPP method whilst providing the public good as one of the main tools of financial projects from the public sectors. The thesis is briefly introducing the principles of public sector, its role and functions along with securing public good and their financing. The first part discusses the history of PPP projects, its characteristics and typology, as well as various advantages and disadvantages compared to traditional public contract model. The analytical part is dedicated to the implementation of the private projects and to public partnership in Czech Republic. The pilot projects are the D3 motorway and judicial complex in Usti nad Labem. Foreign projects are represented by M1/M15 motorway in Hungary and its comparison with the D3 motorway. The main section of the analytical part then focuses onto the analysis of the PPP projects, in terms of their effectiveness, financial aspects and the overall merits. In particular, a critical stance on the subject guarantees its objective evaluation. The conclusion of the thesis is evaluated whether it has indeed an effective method as it's sometimes called.
Preventive Diplomacy and its Concept in the Region of Southeast Asia
Suchánek, Michal ; Dubský, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Knotková, Vladimíra (referee)
The dissertation is devoted to the notion of preventive diplomacy. In the first part, various theoretical approaches to the term are discussed, especially regarding the position of preventive diplomacy in the cycle of conflict, and its instruments. A brief overview of regional arrangements and their role in preventive diplomacy is provided, too, since the second main part of the work focuses on the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) and its proclaimed intention to introduce preventive diplomacy in the region. Nonetheless, as the study shows, the ARF participants have not yet resorted to the development of preventive diplomacy. The objective of the dissertation is twofold: besides providing a synthesis and systemization of theoretical approaches to preventive diplomacy, it aims to identify the main obstacles hindering the ARF to implement effective measures of preventive diplomacy. In this respect, it is argued that it is both the set of norms also known as ASEAN Way and the Chinese negative stance that constitute the major reason of ARF's inability to proceed to the stage of preventive diplomacy.
The Sri Lankan Conflict - Survey on Causes and Different Ways of Solution
Suchánek, Michal ; Knotková, Vladimíra (advisor) ; Havlová, Radka (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the Sri Lankan ethnic conflict. The first part is devoted to an analysis of the root causes invoking the conflict. In the second part, three specific solutions applied in an effort to terminate the conflict are described. The last part of the thesis represents the author's own evaluation and his proposal of a scenario which could contribute to permanent peace.
Management activities of European union in the period of Czech presidency
Suchánek, Michal ; Ševčíková, Michaela (advisor) ; Štěpánek, Pavel (referee)
The aim of this work is an analysis and evaluation of existing process of the Czech presidency in Council of the European Union. It focuses on assessment of Czech priorities within the frame of semi-annual programme. The work is divided into 3 primary parts. First part of the work maps out historical development in institute of presidency. Second part relates to duties of presidency and the third part deals with representation of 3 priorities, so called: 3E it's analysis and description. Significant part undertakes an evaluation of selected priorities and capability of the Czech Government to flexibly response to the actual problems. At the close of the work is being outlined scheme of conclusion of the Czech presidency which is updated in perspective on the Swedish presidency.

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