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Diagnostics of the construction and technical condition of the granary building
Velát, Matěj ; Láník, Jaromír (referee) ; Schmid, Pavel (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis deals with the diagnostics of the historic granary building and the conceptual design of the reconstruction for further use. The thesis focuses on the history of similar buildings especially in the Czech lands and on the historical development of the building. The practical part of the thesis denies the course and results of the preliminary inspection of the structure and the failures found which are further addressed in more detail in terms of their nature. The presumed reason for the occurrence of failures the state of failures their influence on the construction and an outline of the risk analysis resulting from the failures are determined. Furthermore, a proposal for a methodology of detailed object diagnostics is based on the results of a preliminary inspection. According to the information about the object found during the diagnostics two ideological proposals for further possible use of the object are processed, including the necessary construction modifications.
Monitoring of cracks in the masonry of sacral buildings
Kozubková, Tereza ; Stehlík, Michal (referee) ; Cikrle, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the monitoring of cracks in masonry of religious buildings and suitable methods of measuring their movements. The first part of the thesis deals with the historical development of the selected building and the description of the structure. It then describes the methods suitable for monitoring movements in cracks and the design of a suitable methodology for monitoring similar objects. The second part of this thesis is devoted to the practical measurements of the selected object, their evaluation and assessment of the state of the structure.
Implementation of Selected Technology for the Network Trafic Monitoring in Real Environment
Ujhelyiová, Diana ; Sedlák, Petr (referee) ; Ondrák, Viktor (advisor)
The master thesis focuses on the analysis of network traffic monitoring in a selected company and the implementation of selected technology in the real environment. The research is made in the small organization, which does not want to be named and is based in Slovakia. In the theoretical part I deal with basic knowledge - what is information, data and information system. In the practical part, the thesis specifies the company information system - strengths and weaknesses of the organization, risks and proposal of changes to increase the efficiency of work with the company IS.
People movement analysis in area of interest
Kratochvíl, Jakub ; Bastl, Petr (referee) ; Valach, Soběslav (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the possibilities of monitoring the movement of people in areas of interest. The theoretical part presents various options for motion detection in the stores, from the simplest PIR detectors to the use of thermal cameras or wireless Wi-Fi interfaces. The proposed solution then deals with the detection of the movement of people by using computer vision.
Securing web servers against DoS attacks
Bočkai, Maroš ; Martinásek, Zdeněk (referee) ; Sikora, Marek (advisor)
This work concerns the security of information technology, with the main emphasis on the analysis of network traffic during the ongoing denial of service attack. In the introduction, the reader is acquainted with the basic knowledge of the TCP / IP reference model, its layers and the protocols used. Furthermore, there is more detailed specification of DoS attack and the characteristics of selected Slow and Flood types of Dos attacks. In the created test environment, the mentioned attacks are subsequently tested and the collected data is analyzed, which is used to evaluate the results of the vulnerability of web servers to chosen attacks. The collected data are used to implement security features for the system to be able to minimize the effects of attacks.
Drones (UAVs) Used in the Commercial Sector
Roman, Maroš ; Krhutová, Milena (referee) ; Rujbrová, Šárka (advisor)
Cílem této bakalářské práce je poskytnout krátký přehled typů dronů v běžném provozu spolu s několika typy dronů ve fázi vývoje prototypu. Práce následně pokračuje výčtem použití dronů ve čtyřech hlavních odvětvích, mezi něž patří zemědělský sektor, který se týká používání dronů v zemědělství a manipulaci se zvířaty. Druhý sektor je průmyslový. Zde jsou drony popsány pro použití jako monitorovací zařízení a práce jde do podrobností o tom, jak mohou být drony použity v dopravním průmyslu. Třetí sektor je vědecký a týká se využití dronů v geologii, lesnictví, archeologii, biologii a meteorologii. Posledním sektorem, který je analyzován, je sektor zábavního průmyslu, v němž je popsáno použití dronů voblasti zábavy a osobního použití. Práce také uvádí některé z dalších specifických použití dronů, jako je územní plánování a reakce na katastrofy. Posledním tématem, kterým se práce zabývá, jsou různé otázky spojené s používáním dronů vkomerční sféře. Konkrétně se jedná o obavy o soukromí, technická omezení apřípady vpádů do vzdušného prostoru v důsledku nedostatečné vládní regulace.
Ledvoňová, Monika ; Šulák, Pavel (referee) ; Šulák,, Pavel (referee) ; Pospíšil,, Pavel (referee) ; Cikrle, Petr (advisor)
The theses looks into the evaluation of the efficiency of statical support of masonry buildings based on the measurements of changes to the crack width of the building. Monitoring of building is one of the main tools for their evaluation, in addition to the initial inspection and survey. In this way, monitoring is given in standards, for example in ČSN ISO 13 822 Bases for design of structures – Assessment of existing structures [1]. The first theoretical part is focused on defects and failures of brick masonry and methods of its monitoring, especially the measurement of displacements in cracks in masonry buildings with a special focus on the use of Hollan crack measurement gauge. The research part listed chronologically alternatives of structural support, both implemented during the construction works or afterwards. The comprehensive chapter then describes in detail wrought iron rods, this work deals with the testing of these rods in its laboratory part. The entire issue of practical part closely focuses on masonry estates built between the 1850s and 1950s and it is divided into two separate chapters. One part deals with laboratory tests of wrought iron rods, as one of the main reinforcing elements of historic masonry buildings that belong to the period in question. These elements were tested non-destructively (tests using a hand-held hardness tester and a hand-held X-ray analyzer) and subsequently also subjected to destructive testing, in which tensile tests of these rods were performed, including their joints. The subsequent practical part is focused on the complex monitoring of a selected brick building, which was damaged by bordering construction activities, specifically the construction of a multi-storey residence in its immediate vicinity. The results of this measurement enabled the design of a methodology for monitoring multi-storey masonry buildings, which completes and concludes the whole topic.
The Trade Policy Review Mechanism: Shedding light on non-compliance?
Rosendorf, Ondřej ; Parízek, Michal (advisor) ; Karlas, Jan (referee)
This thesis examines the notion of monitoring mechanisms and their ability to identify non-compliance. The Trade Policy Review Mechanism (TPRM) of the World Trade Organization constitutes the main focus of analysis. The purpose of the thesis is to improve the current empirical account of the functioning of the mechanism, and to examine the extent to which the mechanism is able to detect rule violations before they are taken up to the court, as well as factors affecting this ability. From theoretical standpoint, the thesis draws mainly upon rational institutionalism and other approaches related to notions of transparency and compliance. In particular, the thesis focuses on the concept of the so called information systems in international regimes. As regards methodology, the thesis relies on the method of content analysis the purpose of which is to procure empirical evidence of occurrence of matters related to non-compliance in trade policy reviews. Thus procured empirical evidence is then subjected to statistical analysis, including logistic regression. The thesis finds that TPRM covers surprisingly large number of matters that later become subjects of judicially confirmed rule-violations at the WTO. As much as 72% of the matters that are eventually taken up to court are mentioned in trade policy...
Communication with external devices in laboratory
Vachna, Michal ; Kodyš, Peter (advisor) ; Lokoč, Jakub (referee)
In the present work the goal is to map present circumstances of computer infrastructure in the physical laboratory, examine the demands and problems at work in the laboratory such as data backup, remote control, disk space sharing, access organization of processes to external devices, version control of measuring application development, running processes on remote hosts. Assess existing solutions, consider the possibility of improvements and propose new solutions appropriate to the needs of the laboratory. As far as possible, in regard to the current operations of the laboratory, implement solutions to selected problems and requirements. The work has to be methodical material and guide for further development of the laboratory in the coming years.
Hydrological processes and dynamics in the changing climate and environment: Lessons learned from multiple temporal and spatial scales
Su, Ye ; Langhammer, Jakub (advisor) ; Hanel, Martin (referee) ; van Meerveld, Hilda (referee)
Hydrological processes and dynamics in the changing climate and environment: Lessons learned from multiple temporal and spatial scales Ye Su ABSTRACT Climate change, along with the changes in land use and land cover (LULC), is the key factor driving the changes in hydrological processes and dynamics in a basin. This thesis emphasized on understanding the impact of both long-term climate change and abrupt anthropogenic driven agricultural intensification or natural driven insect-induced forest disturbance on hydrological processes and dynamics at varying spatial and temporal scales in two diverting terrestrial environment. Two pattern-based investigations, one case study in a forest region in Central Europe and another in a semi-arid region in Central Asia, were aimed to answer the main research question "what are the responses of hydrological dynamics and the related hydro-geochemical conditions to climate change and certain changes in LULC at a basin-scale?". The long-term hydro-climatic dataset was used for conducting statistical analyses and establishing hydro-climatic modelling at the basin scale. We further conducted process-based studies, attempting to understand how and why the specific hydrological dynamics were altered at smaller spatial and temporal scales: (i) a catchment-scale tracer-based...

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