Land-Use Planning for Farming Area in West Java to Divide Allocation of Vegetables Commodity Using Genetic Algorithm Approach
Abstract: This research has created a model to determine the optimum allocation of land-use planning for farming in West Java by considering the two main components, i.e., production and cost. The method is essential in farming, especially in the COVID-19 situation, as it determines clearly which procedure needs to be involved for land-use farming optimization. The problem of land allocation lies in finding the optimum solution from the multi-objective functions. In this study, the method used to cope with the land-use design problem was the Genetic Algorithm (GA) and its expansion called Nondominated Sorting Genetic Algorithm (NSGA). The research results indicated that the best total fitness in GA and NSGA is relatively the same. It was shown that both NSGA and GA could make a planning scheme optimal for the farming commodities in West Java. Based on the maximum optimum value from the best fitness value of NSGA, around 37.35% of the farmland in West Java, it is the best fit for the big red chili commodity. The city where the land used for extensive red chili farming is found to have the maximum optimum value is Garut, with 98.73% of its total farm area.
Keywords: land use / optimal / farming / West Java / chili / planning / commodity
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