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Modelling of planar RR manipulator
Bečár, Tomáš ; Chromý, Adam (referee) ; Burian, František (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the model of the manipulator with two arms and servos RX-28 implemented in recent years. Part of the work is to search the kinematics of manipulators, calculate the direct and inverse kinematics task for a given manipulator, determine the accuracy of measuring the position of RX-28 servos and create a PC application to verify the function of the manipulator. The aim of the work is to achieve the accuracy of the pose for the entire handling space.
Differences in vowel duration between Scottish English and Standard British English
Kolísková, Barbora ; Šturm, Pavel (advisor) ; Tichý, Ondřej (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to investigate the differences in vowel duration between the Received Pronunciation and Standard Scottish English. The theoretical part is concerned with the description of phonological systems of RP and SSE, and with the comparison of these two inventories. The second part of this thesis processes the sound material from six British and six Scottish speakers, and statistically analyzes the obtained data. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
License Plate Detection and Recognition
Řepka, Michal ; Sochor, Jakub (referee) ; Herout, Adam (advisor)
This paper addresses the problem of object detection and recognition from still images using methods of computer vision. The objects of detection are czech license plates and the goal of this paper was to create an automatic license plate anotation tool. Suggested solution uses edge detection and machine learned cascading classifiers. Created application was then tested on dataset taken by the author.
Localization of moving acoustical sources
Bezdíček, Martin ; Rampl, Ivan (referee) ; Míča, Ivan (advisor)
This master's thesis is focused on localization static (entering semester project) and moving acoustic sources (entering master's thesis) by the help of microphonic arrays. In the first part deal with common problems of localization. Further are here described types of microphonic arrays, simplifying possibilities which delimited this problems and general information about room acoustics. In the next part of this master's thesis are step by step mentioned methods localization of acoustic sources. In practical part were used algorithms: Steered-Beamformer-Based Locators and TDOA-Based Locators. Last part of this master's work includes results of these algorithms.