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BUT IS Modules for Reporting and Accounting Pedagogical Activities
Sojka, Matěj ; Veigend, Petr (referee) ; Dytrych, Jaroslav (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design and to implement modules for the BUT IS for reporting and checking of pedagogical activities for the Faculty of Information Technology, which is moving to a university-wide information system. The tools for these tasks had already been developed within the faculty information system, but had some shortcomings. The new modules are designed in this thesis with a focus on automating the activities performed within them. The modules were designed for the application called Teacher, within the BUT IS Web, and were developed using a Zend Framework. The permissions to work with the modules and their parameterization is configurable through BUT IS Apollo.
Modules of the BUT Information System for the Study Agenda
Brezáni, Branislav ; Veigend, Petr (referee) ; Dytrych, Jaroslav (advisor)
The aim of this work is to add selected functions that were available in IS FIT to IS BUT. This requires designing and implementing new modules or extending existing ones. These are modules focused on project assignment management, lists and statistics of students of study programmes, statistics of course evaluation, statistics related to final theses, statistics related to state final examinations and registration of students for the next year of study. The new features will be used by various faculty members. Teachers will use the project assignment management features and important statistics for their courses. The study department will use the student lists for regular study checking and the automation of enrollment in the next year of study will remove the need for them to finalize each study enrolment manually. Faculty management will use statistics on courses that are also used by teachers, together with statistics on study programmes for strategic decision making.
Conference System for Excel@FIT
Kobelka, Martin ; Szőke, Igor (referee) ; Veigend, Petr (advisor)
The main goal of this thesis is to initially conduct a detailed analysis of the issues related to organizing scientific conferences while focusing on the workflow of the Excel@FIT conference and subsequently mapping the workflow of several other conferences organized in the field of information technology in the theoretical part. Then, in the practical part, the task is to design an information system specifically for the Excel@FIT conference and implement it in the form of a web application. The resulting web application for conference administration is developed using the programming languages PHP and TypeScript. The client side is designed as a single-page web application that communicates with the server side through REST API. The application ensures efficient and smooth conference management, registering and reviewing papers and generating exports for evaluation committees. The output is a fully functional application that has been tested on data from previous years and can be easily extended with new functionalities if needed.
Analysis and Optimization of the Graphical User Interface of the BUT Information System
Žalmánek, Matěj ; Veigend, Petr (referee) ; Dytrych, Jaroslav (advisor)
This thesis focuses on the user-friendliness of the schedules and related components of the BUT information system with the aim of identifying poorly user-friendly components and op- timizing and improving their user-friendliness. First, I located problematic components and these further became the impetus for the questionnaire survey. Based on this question- naire survey, I made a design for a new user interface, which I then implemented and tested with users. In this work, I was able to create a number of new user interface features that make it easier for users to work with the schedules. The benefits of this work include better subjective evaluation of schedules by users, including a reduction in the time to perform certain tasks with schedules.
Reservation System for Events of Non-profit Organizations
Černý, Patrik ; Veigend, Petr (referee) ; Dytrych, Jaroslav (advisor)
This thesis deals with designing the reservation system for "Českomoravská federace naturistů" association. Its purpose is to design, implement and document a newly created system which should be able to record membership fees and organizing of events. This thesis also describes how members should sign up for events or activities and pay deposits for them.
Web Application for Personal Timetable Planning
Konupčík, Viktor ; Veigend, Petr (referee) ; Dytrych, Jaroslav (advisor)
The bachelor thesis introduces an application developed for students of the Faculty of Information Technology, Brno University of Technology, to help them plan individual personal schedules. Before the proposal, current options were analysed and evaluated. Then, the optimal solution is introduced and implemented. The proposed application enables students to clearly plan lecture windows, even before the registration of courses. The application also checks time overlaps, controls if selected windows in the schedule are correct, whether the student has enough time to reach the selected lectures at different places and controls and informs about the number of students considering a lecture at the same time. The personalised schedule can be created even without lecture registration. The application also offers further useful functionalities such as exam overviews, customised windows for lectures and export to personal calendars.
Multirobot Path Planning in a Dynamic System
Dokoupil, Ladislav ; Veigend, Petr (referee) ; Zbořil, František (advisor)
This thesis deals with the problem of dynamic environment search using multi-agent systems. The primary result of this work is participation in the MAPC2022 contest, but the application can be found in the exploration of unknown space, assuming finite visibility and unlimited distance of communication of the agents. After describing the current methods for solving the given problem and their limitations, an algorithm based on ant colony optimization is proposed. Graphs were then created with data from running program with various parameters.  The result of work is agents synchronization improvements and overall optimization of the platform involved in the mentioned contest from previous year. As a result half more of explored space was measured compared to previous solution.
BUT IS Modules for Final Theses and State Final Exams
Bártl, Roman ; Veigend, Petr (referee) ; Dytrych, Jaroslav (advisor)
The aim of this work is to design and implement BUT IS modules for project practise, final theses and state final exams within the transition of the Faculty of Information Technology to this system. Part of the work is to design new access rights, including parameterization to modify the behavior of modules. Rights and parametrization will be set in the Apollo information system. The PHP Framework Zend will be used for implementation. Modules will be used by faculty staff to create topics, accept students, etc., as well as by students themselves to display a list of thesis which they can apply for.
Conference System for Excel@FIT
Kobelka, Martin ; Szőke, Igor (referee) ; Veigend, Petr (advisor)
he main goal of this work is to analyze the scientific conference in the theoretical part, and to describe the issues of organizing a scientific conference. Further map the workflow of several conferences organized in information technology. Furthermore, the Excel @ FIT conference had to be analyzed in detail. In the practical part for this conference to design an information system, and implement this system as a web application. The resulting web application for conference administration is programmed using PHP and TypeScript programming languages. The client part is designed as a one-page web application communicating with the server part using the REST API. The application enables efficient and seamless conference management, article writing and review, and export creation for commissions. The result is a fully functional application tested on previous years' data, which can be easily extended with new functionality if required.
Modules of Information System for Timetable Planning
Stopková, Jana ; Veigend, Petr (referee) ; Dytrych, Jaroslav (advisor)
This thesis deals with planning teaching and examination schedules at the Faculty of Information Technology of Brno University of Technology (FIT). It aims to propose a way to accelerate the modules currently used for scheduling and then integrate them into another application used for scheduling at FIT. The first part of the thesis deals with an introduction to the scheduling issues at FIT. The second part describes the application design and subsequent implementation, concluding with testing during actual scheduling.

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