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Creating 3D Model of Temporomandibular Joint
Šmirg, Ondřej ; Bartušek, Karel (referee) ; Liberda,, Ondřej (referee) ; Smékal, Zdeněk (advisor)
The dissertation thesis deals with 3D reconstruction of the temporomandibular joint from 2D slices of tissue obtained by magnetic resonance. The current practice uses 2D MRI slices in diagnosing. 3D models have many advantages for the diagnosis, which are based on the knowledge of spatial information. Contemporary medicine uses 3D models of tissues, but with the temporomandibular joint tissues there is a problem with segmenting the articular disc. This small tissue, which has a low contrast and very similar statistical characteristics to its neighborhood, is very complicated to segment. For the segmentation of the articular disk new methods were developed based on the knowledge of the anatomy of the joint area of the disk and on the genetic-algorithm-based statistics. A set of 2D slices has different resolutions in the x-, y- and z-axes. An up-sampling algorithm, which seeks to preserve the shape properties of the tissue was developed to unify the resolutions in the axes. In the last phase of creating 3D models standard methods were used, but these methods for smoothing and decimating have different settings (number of polygons in the model, the number of iterations of the algorithm). As the aim of this thesis is to obtain the most precise model possible of the real tissue, it was necessary to establish an objective method by which it would be possible to set the algorithms so as to achieve the best compromise between the distortion and the model credibility achieve.
Experimental Software Musical Instrument on Android Platform Combining Sampler, Synthesizer and Sequencer
Kučera, Karel ; Kavan, Jan (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is the realization of the application as an experimental software musical instrument on the Android platform. The implementation is partly based on the draft elaborated in semester work. The application is designed for tablets and smartphones. It combines functions of sampler, sequencer and synthesizer and contains built-in effects. With this features, it is possible to create new sounds, sequantions and songs. The applications is programmed by visual programing language Pure Data. The graphic interface is created by the MobMuPlat platform. The thesis is consists of three parts. The first part is a theoretical introduction, where are discussed, the theory of digital audio signal processing, principles and types of sound signal synthesis, effects and electronic instruments. Furthermore, the Pure Data and MobMuPlat platform features. The second part is an updated design of the graphical interface and there are discussed the functions of individual graphic elements. The third part describes implementation of the application by Pure Data
Tone and Chord Recognition as an Android Application
Kucharovič, Oliver ; Černocký, Jan (referee) ; Szőke, Igor (advisor)
The aim of this work is to recognize tones and chords on any musical instrument using the microphone on Android mobile devices. The app scans or records the sounds which are analyzed. It writes to a visual representation which is similar to the musical notation. The work describes the problems of recognition and the solution of the problem using fast Fourier transformation and analysis of the spectrum of volumes. Work describes the theory of music and the training of individual tones. The application was subjected to user tests and recognition accuracy tests. The conclusion includes tests results and statistics from the Google Play publication.
Compact datalogger with flash memory
Vágner, Martin ; Hynčica, Ondřej (referee) ; Bradáč, Zdeněk (advisor)
This thesis deals with design of small datalogger with flash memory card. At first are discussed parameters, functions and features of dataloggers. The second part deals with a problem of digital measurement of analog signals. The rest of this thesis gives attention to main goal which is design of datalogger. It consists of circuit diagram, layout of printed circuit board, firmware for microcomputer and software for PC.
Recorder with SD card
Dohnal, Petr ; Fiedler, Petr (referee) ; Bradáč, Zdeněk (advisor)
This thesis presents the design and construction of Recorder with SD card. The paper deals with methods of communication between integrated circuit devices and the various functional blocks of equipment. Thesis also discusses the use of the FAT system for storing data on an SD card, file format .wav and convert analog signal to digital.
The use of GC/MS for the analysis of drugs
Sýkora, Richard ; Opatřilová, Radka (referee) ; Vávrová, Milada (advisor)
This diploma thesis is based on the current issue of the presence of pharmaceuticals in various components of the environment. Concerning the contamination by residues of pharmaceuticals the most affected environment is the aquatic environment where these substances leaks especially from wastewater treatment plants, which eliminate them during the cleaning process only partially. This work is focused on the selected group of pharmaceuticals, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (salicylic acid, ibuprofen, caffeine, naproxen, ketoprofen, diclofenac) in waste water. For analysis purposes two types of sampling were used and compared: the conventional spot sampling of wastewater and the sampling using passive samplers POCIS. The sampling took place at the inflow and outflow of the wastewater treatment plant in Brno Modřice. The solid phase extraction (SPE) using Oasis HLB columns was used as the extraction method. Extracted sample was derivatized then. Derivatization agents were: MSTFA (N-methyl-N-(trimethylsilyl)trifluoroacetamid) and BSTFA (N, O-bis(trimethylsilyl) trifluoroacetamid). The final analysis was performed using gas chromatography with mass spectrometric detection Time-of-Flight (GC/TOF-MS).
Measurement of the properties of solid and liquid fuels (biofuels)
Horák, Jakub ; Štelcl, Otakar (referee) ; Moskalík, Jiří (advisor)
Nowadays there are large numbers of standard methods for measuring the properties of fuels. With the increasing number of new methods to an already confusing issue of measurement of fuel becomes even more confusing. This thesis therefore deals with the measurement of the energy properties of solid and liquid fuels (biofuels). The introduction is carried out searches of solid and liquid fuels (biofuels). Search is focused on the description of each type of fuel, their properties and adjustments to the final form suitable for combustion. The next part deals with the sampling of fuel, which divides the sampling and preparation of samples for laboratory testing. The last section describes the methods of measurement of selected energy fuel properties and selects appropriate methods. Methods of measurement of selected properties is then checked in the laboratory.
Deinterlacing in uncompressed digital video sequences
Meňhart, Pavel ; Kratochvíl, Tomáš (referee) ; Slanina, Martin (advisor)
Interlacing is the process of frame scanning and frame displaying being based on the even and uneven lines‘ interchanging. This framework originated along with the PAL and NTSC television standards‘ formation in the course of 1930s. The process mentioned above stopped frames displayed on older TV sets from flashing. Nevertheless, there is a disadvantage of the frame processed after this manner, consisting in its attribute to be displayed in a clean-cut way just on classical TV sets. However, plasma and LCD television appliances, projectors and computer monitors always display the entire frame all at once, therefore composing it of the both fields, yet not being acquired concurrently, differing in moving objects‘ positions, moreover their contours are doubled, frayed and unfocussed. This master´s thesis deals with fundamentals of the interlaced video signal‘s formation, problems coming about at featuring the interlaced video like this, followed by operating methods of deinterlacing itself. In conclusion, there are my own softwares presented, having been developed in MATLAB computer environment and software command language C, and implementing some of the operating methods designed for deinterlacing in uncompressed digital video sequences.
Interactive web applications for teaching purposes in the field of signal processing
Kuba, Michael ; Rajmic, Pavel (referee) ; Záviška, Pavel (advisor)
This thesis deals with selected topics of signal processing. The aim of the project is the implementation of four interactive web applications in JavaScript, intended for teaching purposes. These applications deal with following topics: rational number resampling of the discrete signal, mean and root mean square signal values, discrete linear and circular convolution in 1D, and discrete cross-correlation. The thesis is divided into the theoretical and the practical part. There is a theroretical foreword of topics the applications deal with, including an introduction to signals followed by a description of functionality and the user interface of created applications.
Adaptive Sampling of Input Packets Implemented in FlowMon Probe
Kaštovský, Petr ; Martínek, Tomáš (referee) ; Kořenek, Jan (advisor)
There is a FlowMon probe being developed in a Libeouter project that is used for passive network measurements. The probe has better stability and accuracy than sofware based solutions even under a heavy load or network attack. To guarantee a precision of results there is a need to data reduction to prevent measuring system overload. There are few kinds of data reduction. Method used in the FlowMon probe is called sampling. Adaptive sampling unit sets the sampling rate (rate of processed and discarded packets) according to actual state of measured network.

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