Jan Unucka

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The main goal of the TRANSCAT project is to create an operational and integrated comprehensive Decision Support System (DSS) for optimal water management of catchments in bor-derland regions. The analysis of system requirements was followed by the analysis of possible architecture of the complex system and its appropriate design. The core of the proposed(More)
The main goal of our system is to provide the end user with information about an approaching disaster. The concept is to ensure information access to adequate data for all potential users, including citizens, local mayors, governments, and specialists, within one system. It is obvious that there is a knowledge gap between the lay user and specialist.(More)
Geoinformation technology, particularly GIS and digital terrain models, is commonly used at present in order to derive parameters of basins and flow paths. These parameters are subsequently used to create spatially based rainfall-runoff models. In line with the development of geoinformation technologies such models can be derived both in 2D and 3D formats.(More)
Floods are the most frequent natural disasters affecting the Moravian-Silesian region. Therefore a system that could predict flood extents and help in the operative disaster management was requested. The FLOREON + system was created to fulfil these requests. This article describes utilization of HPC (high performance computing) in running multiple(More)
  • Jozef Richnavský, Boris Šír, Peter Bobáľ, Jan Unucka
  • 2010
Soil is one of the most important natural sources on earth. The same way as all parts of the environment, and the global ecosystem generally, it suffers from several kinds of human activities in the landscape. One of the most serious environmental problems of our present days is accelerated soil erosion and related processes. In the past, the most of soil(More)
  • Vladimír Fárek, Jan Unucka, Iva Ponížilová, Marcela Gergeľová, Dušan Židek, Radek Pallós
  • 2015
Small river basins are important not only as sources of water during the extreme runoff phases. Especially during the quite severe hydrosynoptical situations, it is necessary to determine or at least estimate the production of runoff from these areas. This is the task facing the hydrological forecast service and floods of 2009-2013 just accented further(More)
Natural disasters have occurred for a very long time, virtually on all continents, and it is obvious that in the areas where human's social, economic and cultural activities are concentrated, their impacts are more severe. The Laboratory for Modelling and Simulations of Hazardous Situations, operating at the VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, works on a(More)
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