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Design and Implementation of a Multitask Operating System Kernel Running on HC08
Damborský, Roman ; Růžička, Richard (referee) ; Strnadel, Josef (advisor)
Software for embedded systems is usually designed for performing one particular task. If there is need to serve more tasks at once, solution is used to be dedicated without potential reusability for another application. That is why I've designed an interface which allows simultaneous execution of single tasks independently of their character. Kernel is implemented in consideration of reusability. I analyse individual approaches to solution. I~used Round--Robin algorithm for implementing tasks management. Multitasking is achieved by periodical switching of single tasks. Interrupt subsystem is being used for this. As a target architecture, Motorola HC08 microcontrollers were chosen.
Static analysis of moving skyscraper
Jedlička, Michal ; Martinásek, Josef (referee) ; Vlk, Zbyněk (advisor)
The thesis is about static analysis of moving skyscraper (inspired by The Dynamic Tower). There is a rotation of each particular floor around its axis independently on each other. In this thesis, moving skyscraper is solved as a whole piece with specialization in the moving floors and their mounting on the core of the building.
Proposal of electrical equipment for soaking and drying cores for making castings
Čermák, Jiří ; Hájek, Vítězslav (referee) ; Veselka, František (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with proposal of electrical equipment for soaking and drying cores for making castings at foundry in a Great Britain. It brings look at system of technical norms ČSN and it compares it with british system of technical norms British standards. The second part of this thesis contains detailed proposal of this equipment, including specification of control system, specification of power supply cables and control cables and particular technological units. The whole project documentation is enclosed as an inseparable attachment of this diploma thesis.
Application of cooperative game theory in Cournot oligopoly
Eryganov, Ivan ; Mazal,, Jan (referee) ; Hrdina, Jaroslav (advisor)
This Master’s thesis deals with the application of cooperative game theory for solving the problems of Cournot's oligopolies. The knowledge of oligopoly theory and game theory has been elaborated to build a model describing the behavior of companies at a market that meets the preconditions of Cournot's oligopoly. The definition of cooperative game is based on the -characteristic function, which takes into account, compared to classical methods, that companies which are not in the coalition are pursuing their own profits, not suppressing coalition positions. The properties of the resulting cooperative games are examined in detail, focusing on monotony and convexity. Several theorems about these properties have been derived and their economic interpretations are given. Also, the question of calculation of the -characteristic function using the best-reply dynamics algorithm is being solved, and its convergence for a given type of games is justified. The model is applied to data from the oil market, which is further characterized by the results of the cooperative game.
Program for Training of Dactyloscopic Experts
Bartoň, Jan ; Drahanský, Martin (referee) ; Lodrová, Dana (advisor)
This work deals with the design project and the creation of user interface of a programme for the training of dactyloscopy experts. The first chapters describe historical and technical evolution of dactyloscopy. Then the work explains the methods and concepts necessary for understanding and elemental orientations in determination of fingerprints. The final chapters present a proposition of possibilities in how to obtain and represent the results in a comprehensible form. The conclusion of the work is dedicated to tests and evaluation of the results.
Biometric fingerprint identification
Dašek, Filip ; Vítek, Martin (referee) ; Smital, Lukáš (advisor)
In biometrics we use distinctive physical features for identification and verification of identity. The most famous technique is identification by fingerprints. This technique use unique structure created by papillary lines for unambiguous identification. Thesis contains methods which were created throughout the years for analysis and adjustments of fingerprint. The algorithm is based on compairng two pairs of minitua and calculating transform matrix for correct alignment. Algorithm is tested on dataset created from LivDet databases. Performance of algorithm is represented by value EER which is compared with EERs of other algorithms tested in FVC 2006.
Improving Console Implementation in FreeBSD
Jurásek, Petr ; Lampa, Petr (referee) ; Čejka, Rudolf (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis consider problems of console implementation in FreeBSD. Study the implementation console in FreeBSD from sources code. Aspire solving deficiencies of console implementation. This bachelor's thesis focus on work with a marked section by mouse.
The Influence of a Screw Drill Core Thickness on a Force Resolution when Drilling.
Klimek, Petr ; Sedlák, Josef (referee) ; Píška, Miroslav (advisor)
The Bachelor's thesis is focused on the practical tests of standard spiral drills with a new geometry CZ 002 and CZ 004. The first part is devoted to a short description of a history and current state of the art and in particular, the analysis of core according to the standard DIN 1414-1. Another part deals with the description of the test loading. The last part of the work is devoted to test the geometric quality and precision of the bored holes.
Water soluble foundry binders with heat hardening
Vaverka, Jiří ; Rusín, Karel (referee) ; Cupák, Petr (advisor)
This thesis is focused on water soluble foundry binders with heat hardening. The thesis comprises general description of moulding mixtures, the description of the most common methods used for heat hardening and primarily the list of current and alternative binders, which reduce negative environmental impact of foundries. Also their qualities, benefits and drawbacks are included.
Kernel module definition and networking server configuration for Linux operating system
Pecho, Ladislav ; Matocha, Tomáš (referee) ; Komosný, Dan (advisor)
The goal of my work is to create two computer labs lessons. The first one is a guide in writing a simple Linux kernel module, and in making a file inside the procfs filesystem. The content of the file can be decided as late as at the moment of reading. The second lesson describes the configuration of a server which allows a computer to boot over network. DHCP server is used with a TFTP server for file transfers which are both handled by the dnsmasq program. The example configuration will display a menu on the client station. It is possible to select to boot either a Linux kernel, floppy disk image, Linux network installer, diagnostic tool Memtest, or a text mode game Grub Invaders. The chosen bootloader is pxelinux from the syslinux project.

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