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 Mgr. Marián Decký, PhD. Identification number: 62154 University e-mail: marian.decky [at] stuba.sk Odborný asistent CSc.,PhD. - Department of Physical Training (FCE)

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 Type of thesis: Dissertation thesis Thesis title: Proposal of multicriteria decision-making methods and application in sports and games. Written by (author): Mgr. Marián Decký, PhD. Department: Department of Mathematics and Descriptive Geometry (FCE) Thesis supervisor: prof. RNDr. Radko Mesiar, DrSc. Opponent 1: doc. RNDr. Jana Kalická, PhD. Opponent 2: prof. PhDr. Miroslav Bobrík, PhD. Opponent 3: doc. RNDr. Jana Špirková, PhD. Final thesis progress: Final thesis was successfully defended.

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 Language of final thesis: Slovak

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 Title of the thesis: Proposal of multicriteria decision-making methods and application in sports and games. Summary: The purpose of this thesis is to deal with abilities contributing to a structure of a sport performance in sport climbing and their evaluation based on multicriteria decision methods. The thesis starts with particular disciplines and also components that build this structure. The thesis continues with various multicriteria methods and classes of aggregation operators. The main part of the work deals with data evaluation /analysis/ by Borda and Litvak method, which represent methods based on ordering. The main methods used in our thesis are the method deviations - based aggregation functions and the method based on minimalization of penality functions. Key words: a structure of a sport performance,, multicriteria methods,, aggregation functions, , abilities,, Borda method,, Litvak´s method,, deviations - based aggregation functions,, method based on minimalisation of penality functions.