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The French Nuclear Deterrence Adaptation to the Post-World War II Strategic Environment
Guitard, Gaëlle ; Hynek, Nikola (advisor) ; Střítecký, Vít (referee)
1 CHARLES UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Institute of Political Studies Department of Political Science The French nuclear deterrence adaptation to the post 2nd World War strategic environment Master's thesis Author: Gaëlle Guitard Study program: Security Studies Supervisor: prof. Ph.D. RNDr. Nikola Hynek, PhD, MA and Mgr. Anzhelika Solovyeva, PhD. Year of the defense: 2023 2 References GUITARD, Gaëlle. The French nuclear deterrence adaptation to the post-2nd World War strategic environment. Praha, 2023. 118 pages. Master's thesis (Mgr.). Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of Political Sciences. Department of Security Studies. Supervisor Prof. Ph.D. RNDr. Nikola Hynek, PhD, MA and Mgr. Anzhelika Solovyeva, PhD. Length of the thesis: 223 852 characters with spaces 3 Abstract Since the end of the Second World War, the international dynamic has evolved resulting in a shift in the balance of power and a questioning of the already preexisting relations between powers. This drastic change can be attributed to the arrival of an unprecedented weapon that profoundly transformed the fundamental relation of powers between nations. Indeed, after the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the world was never the same. Subsequently, states have acquired a set of protocols, programs, and...
Urbanization Study of the Modernization of the Track Section Olomouc Nova Ulice - Olomouc Repcin
Krobot, Filip ; Seelmann, Herbert (referee) ; Říha, Tomáš (advisor)
This thesis is summarising problems for urban planning caused by railway track in the middle of the city of Olomouc. Specifically section of this track from station Olomouc-Nová ulice to station Olomouc-Řepčín. This paper also deals with connections to public transport and examines possibility of building P+R near stations or stops of this track. Last but not least it examine possibility of construction modifications of the track for a purpose of speed-up or improve safety.
Migration of telemetric narrowband radio networks to the IP standard
Stupka, Richard ; Lattenberg, Ivo (referee) ; Maršálek, Roman (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with the innovation of narrowband telemetry radio networks to the IP standard. This involves the modernization of old radio data networks that do not use the IP standard or are nearing the end of their life cycle. Renovation has a great benefit in terms of performance, reliability, and security. This modernization is achieved through migration, which means upgrading the old technologies to new ones. The objective of this thesis was to develop theoretical analysis and a technical procedure for network migration. It was deals with the currently used technologies and utilized components, parameters of individual network nodes, the actual design of the migration technical solution and network preparation. After the analysis and technical solution for migration had been performed, the proposed migration solution through simulated operation in a laboratory environment was verified. Based on the obtained information, configuration files for real-world usage were created, radio signal coverage in the field was verified and the communication capability in the newly built RipEx2 network was tested.
The Role of Women in the Reforms in Saudi Arabia
Kedan, Salam ; Plechanovová, Běla (advisor) ; Kotvalová, Anna (referee)
This qualitative single case study examines the role of women in Saudi Arabia's ongoing reforms, employing the lenses of modernization theory and normative feminism to offer a comprehensive analysis of this socio-political and economic transformation. Considering the complexity of the topic and the uniqueness of the monarchical political and social system of Saudi Arabia, this thesis provides a nuanced understanding of the factors shaping women's participation and agency within the reform process. The thesis uncovers the complex interplay between modernization and gendered norms in Saudi Arabia through in-depth interviews, document analysis, and participant observation. The findings reveal that women's increased participation in the labor market, education, and political representation, contributed to the nation's broader developmental goals under Vision 2030. Finally, it offers valuable insights into the evolving roles of women within Saudi Arabia's reform process, illuminating the importance of addressing structural and normative barriers to gender equality. By highlighting the potential for change and the challenges, this thesis underscores the need for continued efforts to promote women's empowerment and dismantle patriarchal norms to foster sustainable development and inclusive growth....
The use of monitoring and filtering software at lower secondary school and its pedagogical impacts
RYBA, Jakub
The aim of this bachelor thesis was to map what are the possibilities and limits of using monitoring and filtering software in primary schools. To find out their advantages and disadvantages, focus mainly on the role they have during teaching and describe the programs that schools use. Discover what type of filter they are using in school network and which specific areas of the site they focus on when filtering the network. In the research, the researcher examined more cases, so he chose a multi-case studies. This knowledge was achieved by studying the relevant literature, which focused on what these software can do, and the knowledge of schools that already use these technologies in teaching, this helped in understanding the issue .He further analyzed the findings and compared them in order to achieve the most accurate view of the issue. Research has shown that schools often use similar solutions to these problems, and that the great majority of their experience with these software is positive. This work can show schools that do not yet use these technologies the issue and limits of these technologies for education in practice.
Family Houses Heating by Heat Pump
Zeťák, Marek ; Kalivodová, Markéta (referee) ; Lisý, Martin (advisor)
Heat sources are a daily part of our lives. The increasing demands for efficient, low-cost and eco-friendly heating of a family home can be satisfied with a heat pump. The main benefits include eco-friendly, efficient and unattended operations with low operating cost. This bachelor thesis provides information on how the heat pump works, what types exist and explains the concepts associated with them. Due to the decreasing power at low temperature, heat pumps are often installed in a bivalent connection with an additional heat source. The heat pump, like any other device, undergoes constant upgrades to improve the parameters and its function. In the final part of the thesis, a basic economic study of a new heat source for a model house is carried out, where the heat pump is one of the proposed options.
Repair and modernization of a three-room apartment in a tenement house from 1933
Gábová, Hana ; Klika, Pavel (referee) ; Hobst, Leonard (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the assessment of a current state of a flat and subsequently its economical repair and modernization. The aim of the thesis is to refurbish the flat in such a way that it meets the requirement of current standard of living and at the same time it is suitable for rent. Other costs will be taken into consideration and subsequently I will calculate the expected payback period. Lastly, I will evaluate whether it is worthy to realize the suggested improvements in practice.
District heating systems in the Czech Republic in the context of legislative changes
Hylas, Martin ; Poul, David (referee) ; Putna, Ondřej (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the analysis of the issue of district heating (DH) with regard to legislative changes in the European Union. The first part deals with the analysis of the issue and the evaluation of the state of CZT in the Czech Republic. The European Union's position on climate change, caused by increasing greenhouse gas emissions, which are significantly produced by DH sources, is also discussed. The research part ends with an analysis of possible changes in the heating industry leading to the fulfillment of legislative requirements in the future. The second part of the bachelor's thesis deals with the elaboration of a case study of the change of the fuel mix for the heat source in the existing locality with the use of the technical-economic model. The main goal is to evaluate the usability of renewable resources (biomass, waste) as primary fuels instead of natural gas. The result of the practical part is a comparison of individual variants and changes in the cost of producing 1 GJ of heat compared to the reference variant.

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