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Transcendental aspects of architectural design as factors of sustainability
Volnohradský, Radan ; Peřinková, Martina (referee) ; Loutocká, Vlasta (referee) ; Uřídilová, Marcela (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
This thesis deals with complex processes, relationships and phenomena which go beyond the assumed and accepted materialistic perception of the world in general and the process of architectural design specifically. It clarifies and actually redefine the sustainability from a point of higher universal principles forming our environment. At the beginning this thesis presents an extensive knowledge base of existing holistic design systems including Feng-shui, sacred geometry, geomancy or numerology. The purpose is to build and establish a solid foundation for understanding and further research as well as objectively interpreting lesser known topics as a whole. On the basis of intersecting information through the above mentioned topics we specify the hypothesis which proposes the pre-existence of one unifying design matrix of harmonic structures in architecture. The structure of its verification takes us from an analysis of the science of human perception to systems of self-similar contextual references of animated and inanimated forms. These systems of emergent form and flow are basically known as fractals, and could be expressed in both mathematical and geometrical languages. The thesis research then consists of analysing chosen examples of urban and architectural scale in sense of fractality, symbolism and geometrical matrices. We include and integrate the research of associated and relevant phenomena in pedagogical practice, and a case study of the application of fractals in development of a chosen town. From the results of this thesis we abstract five non-dogmatic guidelines or tenets for architectural design; which are supported by experimental verification on some of the author´s buildings. These tenets stand as pillars of implosive architecture. This kind of architecture in context of transcendental overlaps means a possibility of how to bring our anthropogenic environment closer to the natural and harmonic code of the Universe.
Fractals and Their Applications in Computer Graphics
Tesař, Martin ; Čermák, Martin (referee) ; Koutný, Jiří (advisor)
First part of this bachelors thesis consists of fractal theory, Hausdorff dimension and their applications in computer graphics. In second part is choosen idea for application. It is interactive creation of flame fractals. In this section, there is defined mathematical system of iterated functions, that is the heart of flame fractals. After mathematical examination follows analysis of original algorithm for creation of flame fractals. Thesis continues with methods for image improvement and suggests new enhancements.
L-Systems and Their Applications in Computer Graphics
Sojma, Zdeněk ; Čermák, Martin (referee) ; Koutný, Jiří (advisor)
This Bachelor's thesis describes deterministic context-free L-systems (D0L-systems), which function is parallel rewriting symbols in string for purpose of modeling plant-like structures, mainly plant leaves. Next it shows how to use such L-systems in computer graphics and explains usage of stochastic L-systems. They effect topology and geometry of plant by randomizing interpretation of the L-system and allow us to generate whole class of respectively different but still simile leaves. L-system interpreter is implemented in .NET framework with OpenGL library.
Discrete Simulation of Programmable Systems
Mynář, Pavel ; Zuzaňák, Jiří (referee) ; Mlích, Jozef (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is the design and implementation of software library for discrete simulation of programmable units and their mutual communication and implementation of several illustrative examples based on it. The library is designed to be platform independent and as robust and simple to use as possible.
Special diffractive element based on fractals
Kala, Miroslav ; Bednář, Josef (referee) ; Kotačka, Libor (advisor)
This diploma project is focused on use the fractals in diffractive optical elements. Properties of diffraction patterns of various fractals are investigated. Properties of some simpler non-fractal structures are investigated too. Diffraction patterns are created by computer with program written in Delphi programming language. Potentialities of use the fractals in security optical elements (holograms) and their advantages against the classic non-fractal structures.
Advanced algorithms for the analysis of data sequences in Matlab
Götthans, Tomáš ; Brančík, Lubomír (referee) ; Petržela, Jiří (advisor)
Cílem této práce je se seznámení s možnostmi programu Matlab z hlediska detailní analýzy deterministických dynamických systémů. Jedná se především o analýzu časové posloupnosti a o nalezení Lyapunových exponentů. Dalším cílem je navrhnout algoritmus umožňující specifikovat chování systému na základě znalosti příslušných diferenciálních rovnic. To znamená, nalezení chaotických systémů.
Selected Fractal Algorithms and Their Use
Michálek, Bedřich ; Španěl, Michal (referee) ; Herout, Adam (advisor)
To read up on the problems of fractal algorithms, to program a simple demo application of this algorithms and propose alternatives of a further study was the goal of my project. Since the subject of fractals and fractal algorithms is very extensive, I concentrated on three specific types of them - the Mandelbrot set and the Julia sets related to it, iterated function systems with application of different algorithms for generating, and the stochastic fractals and their utilization for grass, shrub and plasma modelling. I tried out for a certain rate of their optimalization, acceleration and the comparison of time and memory requirements in my study and application although it is not ever possible due to the characteristic of the given fractal type. I also theoretically present some utilization options of the SSE technology for the acceleration of fractal algorithm calculations. The demo application is proposed in the very easy way because there was not the goal to programme a new carefully worked-out software, but rather to try to implement the read up algorithms. For this reason I focused on the clear implementation of these algorithms to be their utilization easily possible. The application is written in C/C++ language with SDL library used to handle the graphics output.
Fractals in Computer Graphics
Šelepa, Jan ; Venera, Jiří (referee) ; Sumec, Stanislav (advisor)
The goal of this work is to give introduction and specification of fractals. The first chapter presents the basics of fractal geometry. The second chapter maps the history of fractals and points out the most important people of fractal science. The third chapter presents fractal classification based on several criteria and gives basic examples. The fourth chapter is a summary of widely used applications for fractal creation. The last chapter describes the application that was made to demonstrate given algorithms and fractals mentioned in this thesis.
Visual Educational System of Fractals
Friedrich, Tomáš ; Škarvada, Jaroslav (referee) ; Gajda, Zbyšek (advisor)
The target of this work is to explain basics of fractals generation and theory. The introdaction to the fractal geometry is mentioned first. Certain types od fractals are explained and demostrated by examples next.For easier understanding of all mentioned types of fractals a grafical aplication was designed where it is possible to experience fractals characteristics and behaviour. The aplication is available on the internet.
Clouds and Hills Generation Using Fractal Geometry
Tůma, Petr ; Zuzaňák, Jiří (referee) ; Venera, Jiří (advisor)
This work is concerned with generation of landscape objects using fractal geometry. In this work is explained what the fractal is and terms associated with them. The other parts describe basic theoretical ideas and implementation of these algorithms. The Capital theme is generation of models clouds and hills in values of input parameters, their presentation and date media saved there. The project includes my algorithm extension for hills generation of course. At the conclusion of this work are summarized tendencies of next development and my results.

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