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Imam Riadi, Sunardi Sunardi, Fitriyani Tella Fitri
Published: 11 February 2022
INTENSIF, Volume 6, pp 108-117; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v6i1.16830

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E-mail is electronic mail used to send files, pictures, and others easily and quickly. However, as time goes by, there is a lot of misuse of e-mail, causing inconvenience to the recipient. One of them is spam e-mail sent to many people without prior permission from the intended owner. Hackers can forge e-mail headers anonymously for malicious purposes. The research object is to simulate sending spamming e-mails to 1 victim with a total of 40 spamming e-mails. The research follows the flow of the Network Forensics Development Life Cycle (NFDLC) method with the stages of initiation, acquisition, implementation, operation, and disposition. Simulation of sending e-mail using easy e-mail spammer tools and testing of e-mail using Wireshark tools. The test results show that 40 e-mails were successfully received or entered into the victim's inbox, and the test was successfully carried out by getting results based on predetermined parameters. The parameter is the IP address of the sender or spammer found is 72.125.68.109, the victim's IP address is 192.168.1.12.
Hawwin Mardhiana, Dina Rachmawati, Familia Dwi Winati, Achmad Zaki Yamani
Published: 11 February 2022
INTENSIF, Volume 6, pp 92-107; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v6i1.16790

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Academic Information System is a tool to support academic activities in implementing education in institutions effectively and efficiently. Institut Teknologi Telkom Surabaya is an institution that already has an integrated academic information system called I-Gracias. I-Gracias uses a single-user system for all applications. Most users of I-Gracias are students, so student satisfaction with integrated academic information system services can be used as benchmarks in determining I-Gracias improvement plans. One method used for the I-Gracias improvement process is the Quality Function Deployment (QFD) method. This method determines the student's desire for I-Gracias using the House of Quality (HOQ) matrix. The result of this research is that the QFD method can prioritize technical responses to the main obstacles for students in using I-Gracias by correlating Voice of Consumer (VOC) and technical response. The highest priority for technical response is coordinating with other units with a technical importance rating of 620.9 and a relative weight value of 21%. Next is to update the module regularly, socialize i-Gracias, meet management targets, receive criticism and suggestions, carry out regular checks and recruit HR if needed as a sequence of improvements to i-Gracias.
Ramen Antonov Purba, Sondang Sondang
Published: 11 February 2022
INTENSIF, Volume 6, pp 29-42; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v6i1.16085

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In Indonesia, the problems of pregnant women and newborns have not been resolved. The reason is that there is no monitoring system for pregnant women and newborns. This study aims to build a monitoring system for pregnant women and newborns. The monitoring system that will be made is mobile-based that can monitor and provide information about the health of pregnant women and children. The model used to create an information system uses the waterfall model. Meanwhile, to test the system built using the Blackbox test model. The plan that was created was tested directly to the user. As a result, the sequence in the waterfall model is proven to build a monitoring system for pregnant women and newborns. The black box model also showed if the built system did not have errors and was ready to be used. Combining the waterfall and BlackBox models results in a monitoring system for pregnant women and newborns whose entire menu can be used properly. The test was carried out on 25 pregnant women users, and it was found that the accumulated ratings were 89, 87, 88, and 89%. In this case, it is classified as Very Eligible.
Siti Hadijah Hasanah, Eka Julianti
Published: 11 February 2022
INTENSIF, Volume 6, pp 56-65; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v6i1.16156

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CART and Random Forest are part of machine learning which is an essential part of the purpose of this research. CART is used to determine student status indicators, and Random Forest improves classification accuracy results. Based on the results of CART, three parameters can affect student status, namely the year of initial registration, number of rolls, and credits. Meanwhile, based on the classification accuracy results, RF can improve the accuracy performance on student status data with a difference in the percentage of CART by 1.44% in training data and testing data by 2.24%.
Agus Herawan, Elvira Rachim, Suci Sri Utami Sutjipto
Published: 11 February 2022
INTENSIF, Volume 6, pp 43-55; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v6i1.16149

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After several years of launch, the LAPAN-A2 satellite has produced a huge amount of telemetry data consisting of information on the status of the satellite's condition during orbit. The telemetry generated by the satellite is in the form of real-time telemetry and long-time telemetry. So far, telemetry data is only stored in a folder with a unique name. This method tends to be manual and makes it easier for users to analyze satellite conditions. This system was developed using the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) approach, wherein the development process has five stages, namely planning, analysis, design, implementation, and testing. This paper will describe the design of a web-based satellite telemetry information system. The system has been tested using structural, functional, and usability tests. The evaluation results show that this information system is affordable and accepted well. The usability test results show that the LAPAN-A2 satellite, telemetry data information system, has met usability needs very well. Respondents have successfully carried out many experiments. In this case, operators and satellite analysis, with a question value of 86.22%, can be answered and 13.77% unable to be answered.
Angga Prasetyo, Moh. Bhanu Setyawan, Yovi Litanianda, Sugianti Sugianti, Fauzan Masykur
Published: 11 February 2022
INTENSIF, Volume 6, pp 81-91; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v6i1.16786

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The ideal conditions for the oyster mushrooms growth are at a humidity of 65-75% and 29-31C during incubation, while the growth of stems should be at a humidity of 70-90% 29-32C. This ideal ecosystem is maintained by aeration and manual watering. Still, the results are not optimal in preventing damage to the mycelium during the incubation period, resulting in a decrease in crop yields. Automatic control has not created ideal conditions because air temperature and humidity regulation are only based on fans and sprayers that do not directly affect air conditions. Therefore, we need a method to manipulate the mushroom greenhouse space ecosystem, namely fuzzy logic, the application of fuzzy logic integrated with sensors, actuators, and microcontrollers with the Internet of Things to solve this problem. The results of the installation of fuzzy logic in the mushroom's greenhouse in this system can be seen from the fan's modulation response and the pump's duration. The test results of this control feature can manipulate temperature and humidity. Therefore, the oyster mushroom greenhouse produces an ideal state of 29.8C, the humidity of 68.97% RH, and the production has been proven to be optimal with an average daily harvest of 3.8kg.
Siti Saadah, M Satrio, Irma Palupi
Published: 11 February 2022
INTENSIF, Volume 6, pp 118-138; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v6i1.17083

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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.
M Khairul Anam, Muhammad Ihza Mahendra, Wirta Agustin, Rahmaddeni Rahmaddeni, Nurjayadi Nurjayadi
Published: 11 February 2022
INTENSIF, Volume 6, pp 11-28; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v6i1.15870

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The Social Security Administrative Body is a legal entity established to administer social security programs. News about BPJS policies is often found online and social media that has received responses from netizens as a form of public opinion on the policy. One of them is the opinion of netizens on social media Twitter. Ideas can be positive, neutral, or negative. These opinions are processed using the Support Vector Machine (SVM) method, in some SVM studies still getting unsatisfactory results, with rates below 60%. For this reason, it is necessary to have feature selection or a combination with the other methods to obtain higher accuracy. To see the actors who influence the opinion of netizens on the topic of BPJS, the Social Network Analysis (SNA) method is used. Based on the SVM Method's test results, the best accuracy results are obtained in combining the SVM Method with Adaboost, with an accuracy rate of 92%. Compared to the pure SVM method by 91%, the Combination of SVM Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) by 87% and SVM using Feature Selection Genetic Algorithm (GA) by 86%.
Maulana Muhamad Sulaiman, Sahlan Sahlan
Published: 11 February 2022
INTENSIF, Volume 6, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v6i1.15816

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School is an essential thing for education quality. This time, the South Tangerang government is implementing a new student admission process using a zoning system; all prospective students must choose a school that has the shortest distance from their residence. However, many parents and prospective students do not understand this zoning system. The limited access to information is a problem for them, so they do not know where the schools are included in their zoning area. For this reason, the need to efforts the problem-solve to use Dijkstra's algorithm as a consideration to find the results more accurate for the shortest distance. So the exact solution that should implement the information technology this time is "Implementation of Dijkstra's Algorithm to Find a School Shortest Distance Based on The Zoning System In South Tangerang." It is a solution for parents and prospective students to get information about school choices included in their zoning.
Samiaji Sarosa, Agustina Retno Setyowati
Published: 11 February 2022
INTENSIF, Volume 6, pp 66-80; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v6i1.16477

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This study explores online learning by Indonesian high school students during the Covid19 Pandemic. Many high schools in Indonesia use online learning technology in Google Classroom and Google Meet. The sudden and forced switch from a conventional classroom to a fully online one caught many off guards. This study looks at the behavior of Indonesian high school students in facing sudden changes in study mode from offline or hybrid to full online due to the Covid19 Pandemic. Theory of Planned Behaviour is used and extended by adding Perceived Risks dan Trust to develop a questionnaire. Trust in this study is differentiated between Trust Toward Application and Trust Toward Organization. The survey was distributed to 1986 students from three private high schools in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. As many as 462 responses were received, representing a 23.26% response rate. Data were analyzed using PLS-SEM. The analysis of survey results confirms that TPB, Perceived Risks, and Trust could explain the use of Online Learning by Indonesian high school students. Furthermore, Trust is also influenced, albeit in a small percentage, Perceived Risks.
Sri Ariyani, Made Sudarma, Putu Aryasuta Wicaksana
INTENSIF: Jurnal Ilmiah Penelitian dan Penerapan Teknologi Sistem Informasi, Volume 5, pp 234-248; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i2.15537

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In the development of information systems, it is very important to pay attention to the quality of the system which can be reviewed through aspects of usability for its users and following the needs and specifications of its users. This study will analyze the quality of the sales order management information system based on two characteristics of the ISO 25010 quality standard system, namely functional suitability and usability. The functional suitability test was carried out by the BlackBox testing method to test three sub-characteristics of functional suitability that are functional completeness, functional correctness, and functional appropriateness. Usability tests use a use questionnaire which is divided into four criteria that are usefulness, ease of use, ease of learning, and satisfaction. In testing the suitability of functionality involving 5 respondents and 17 respondents in usability testing. The results of this study indicate that the sales order management system fulfills two characteristics of information system quality that are functional suitability and usability. Where all the features designed are by the successful features, and the usability characteristics are 85.45% which indicates that the system is very feasible to implement.
Muhammad Sholeh, Suraya Suraya, Dina Andayani
Published: 8 August 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 206-217; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i2.15348

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The learning process carried out at home during the COVID-19 pandemic demands the creativity of educators so that the material provided can be understood by students. The problems that arise during online lectures are changing the habits of students who always get detailed explanations from lecturers, while in online lectures the interaction between students and lecturers is limited and there are student guidelines for independent study. The research was conducted with the aim of evaluating the learning process at home using video-based tutorials. The methodology is carried out using the ADIIE model. The process of making tutorials is done by making a video story board that will be made and implementing the story board using Camtasia Studio. The results of the study resulted in Structured Programming course material in the form of video tutorials from meetings 1 to 10. The evaluation results showed that 39.1% of students answered very well to the question of whether videos can be used for self-study at home and 60.8% answered quite well.
Eko Setiawan, Dahnial Syauqy
Published: 8 August 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 176-192; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i2.15296

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A self-balancing type of robot works on the principle of maintaining the balance of the load's position to remains in the center. As a consequence of this principle, the driver can go forward reverse the vehicle by leaning in a particular direction. One of the factors affecting the control model is the weight of the driver. A control system that has been designed will not be able to balance the system if the driver using the vehicle exceeds or less than the predetermined weight value. The main objective of the study is to develop a semi-adaptive control system by implementing an Artificial Neural Network (ANN) algorithm that can estimate the driver's weight and use this information to reset the gain used in the control system. The experimental results show that the Artificial Neural Network can be used to estimate the weight of the driver's body by using 50-ms-duration of tilt sensor data to categorize into three defined classes that have been set. The ANN algorithm provides a high accuracy given by the results of the confusion matrix and the precision calculations, which show 99%.
Lutfi Hakim, Sepyan Purnama Kristanto, Dianni Yusuf, , Wahyu Ade Setiawan
Published: 8 August 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 161-175; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i2.15287

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Dragon fruit is one of the favorite commodities in Banyuwangi Regency's agriculture. In 2019, this commodity had the fourth largest harvest area among other fruit commodities in Banyuwangi until it was exported to China. However, disease attacks often appeared in several dragon fruit plantations in Banyuwangi, and the identification system was still conventional. Many farmers did not know the types of disease and how to handle it, causing the quality and quantity of their crops to decline. Therefore, this study implemented two feature extraction methods. Both methods include color feature extraction using the color moments method and texture feature extraction using gray level co-occurrence matrices (GLCM). The methods used to develop a system that recognized or detected the three types of dragon fruit stem based on digital image processing using Support Vector Machine and k-Nearest Neighbors methods as comparison methods. The results obtained from this study indicated that the combination of the two proposed feature extraction methods could distinguish between stem rot, smallpox, and insect stings with an optimal accuracy score of 87.5% obtained by using Support Vector Machine as a classification method.
Faisal Reza Pradhana, Taufiqurrahman Taufiqurrahman, Ady Fauzan
Published: 8 August 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 193-205; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i2.15327

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Darussalam Gontor University (Unida Gontor) is a campus with a fairly rapid development of infrastructure. The paper-based building prototype design belonging to UNIDA Gontor is considered not able to visually represent the building that has been or will be built. This research aims to provide a prototype design update using more modern and dynamic technology that can be seen from all sides of the building and does not require physical storage, also can be used anytime and anywhere.The Application content is taken through the visual data collection stage in the form of detailed photos of buildings taken through cameras and drones. This media is based on Android which uses marker based augmented reality technology to implement 3-dimensional visualization of campus building objects, which are created through the steps of the waterfall model. The test is carried out in two stages, namely the suitability of the application with various android devices which shows compatibility with devices with a minimum size of 5 inches. The second test was conducted by distributing questionnaires to the staff of the facilities and infrastructure division of Unida Gontor with an average score of 90%, and the lecturers and multimedia student group 89.52%.
Kevin Hendra William, Kristoko Dwi Hutomo
Published: 8 August 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 148-160; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i2.14612

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Natural Disasters are natural phenomena that occur at any moment that can cause loss. Indonesia is an archipelagic country located at the meeting of four tectonic plates and volcanic belts. This condition causes Indonesia to be prone to natural disasters. Therefore, it is necessary to make a natural disaster-prone index map model minimize the impact of natural disasters. In this research, the researchers used a Polygon Thiessen method for it was one of the mapping methods to determine a natural disaster based on Indonesia's vast surface and many disasters. The BNPB and Polygon Thiessen data comparison shows that BNPB data has a low level of vulnerability of 302, a moderate level of vulnerability of 148, and a high level of vulnerability of 58. In contrast, the Thiessen polygon has a low level of vulnerability of 297, a moderate vulnerability of 158, and a high vulnerability of 59. Comparing BNPB data and the Thiessen Polygon method found five differences from 40 data in the Papua region. Suggestions for further research to create an application-based information system so that it can be accessed in real-time.
Made Sudarma, Sri Ariyani, Putu Aryasuta Wicaksana
Published: 8 August 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 249-265; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i2.15543

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Sales order documents at retail companies are a very important procedure in the project or work initialization process. However, the management of the sales order which is still done manually creates several problems in the process. This research will try to offer a solution by building a sales order management system that is developed by applying the Rational Unified Process (RUP) method. 4 stages in the RUP must be carried out, namely: the initial stage, the elaboration stage, the construction stage, and the transition stage. To reduce the risk of changes desired by the user, testing is carried out at the end of each phase. The results of this study have succeeded in building an SO management system where each feature designed is successfully implemented, which is indicated by the results of measuring the functional suitability of the system at each stage getting a value of 1.
Achmad Naufal Wijaya Jofanda, Mohamad Yasin
Published: 8 August 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 279-295; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i2.15863

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Checkers is a board game that is played by two people which has a purpose to defeat the opponent by eating all the opponent's pieces or making the opponent unable to make a move. The sophistication of technology at this modern time makes the checkers game can be used on a computer even with a smartphone. The application of artificial intelligence in checkers games makes the game playable anywhere and anytime. Alpha Beta Pruning is an optimization technique from the Minimax Algorithm that can reduce the number of branch/node extensions to get better and faster step search results. In this study, a checkers game based on artificial intelligence will be developed using the alpha-beta pruning method. This research is expected to explain in detail how artificial intelligence works in a game. Alpha-beta pruning was chosen because it can search for the best steps quickly and precisely. This study tested 10 respondents to play this game. The results show that the player's win rate was 60% at the easy level, 40% at the medium level, and 20% at the hard level. Besides that, the level of interest in this game was 80% being entertained and 20% feeling ordinary.
Aditya Utama, Mohammad Pramono Hadi, EmilyA Nurjani
Published: 8 August 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 266-278; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i2.15645

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The widespread drought area in Trenggalek Regency in 2019 needs to be analyzed to reduce negative impacts and as a monitoring tool to anticipate future drought events. The Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) is a drought analysis method by calculating the rainwater deficit at various time scales used to identify the distribution of drought in Trenggalek Regency. This study using rain data on 13 rain stations for the period 1990-2019 and agricultural production data for 2019. The calculation results show that the highest SPI value occurred in March at the highly wet level with a value of 2.11. The lowest SPI value occurred in May at the extremely dry level with a value of -2.31. The results are then mapped using ArcGIS with the Inverse Distance Weighted (IDW) method to identify the spatial distribution of drought.
Iman Sudirman, Indryati Sunaryo, Atya Aisha, Joe Monang, Ilham Reza Prasetyo
Published: 8 August 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 218-233; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i2.15399

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Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are particularly important for the economy of West Java Province. Accordingly, The Industry and Trade Agency of West Java Province has conducted a number of facilitation programs to support the development of these SMEs. Neverheless, the implementation of facilitation programs is faced with some major problems, for example, the registration system for applying and proposing facilitation programs is still manually managed. As a result, some SMEs do not have the opportunity to propose and receive facilitation programs from the agency in addition to the several serious issues encountered by the agency to evaluate the facilitation programs. This study aims to design a website-based information system of SME development facilitation registration in the Industry and Trade Agency of West Java Province Government, Indonesia. It used the Waterfall method to develop the system. The results suggested that the system can well run as expected. In addition, the result of usability test indicates that the proposed system can be classified as acceptable because its score is 80.4.
Yunandar Yunandar, Hefni Effendi, Widiatmaka Widiatmaka, Yudi Setiawan
Published: 1 February 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 105-120; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i1.14770

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The cultivation of Alabio ducks (Anas Platyrynchos Borneo) so far is still natural and only involves one parameter; furthermore, each location has different characteristics. The hierarchical structure constructed has a ranking of importance as an alternative option for ducks' development in peatland ecosystems. This research aims to formulate a strategy for duck production in the Hulu Sungai Utara Regency. AHP (Analytical Hierarchy Process) method in this study is used to structure the decision-making flow from goals and alternatives and weigh the variables. Data collection was carried out with duck farming experts from academia, farmer groups, and policymakers. This study found that the availability of feed, both sago (0.254) and bran (0.218), is a significant component from an ecological perspective. Distance to market (0.307) and hatchery location (0.287) is an economic variable. The social part consists of distance from the settlement (0.443) and labor availability (0.247). Meanwhile, the availability of feed (0.282), hatchery technology (0.269), and Mina ducks (0.251) are the development strategies for duck cultivation in swamp areas, and economic stimulus (0.93) is the final contributor.
, Hery Hery, David Habsara Hareva
Published: 1 February 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 1-12; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i1.14435

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The university as an educational institution can apply technology in the campus environment. Currently, the security system for office space that is integrated with digital data has been somewhat limited. The main problem is that office space security items are not guaranteed as there might be outsiders who can enter the office. Therefore, this study aims to develop a system using biometric (face) recognition based on Viola-Jones and Radial Basis Function Network (RBFN) algorithm to ensure office room security. Based on the results, the system developed shows that object detection can work well with an object detection rate of 80%. This system has a pretty good accuracy because the object matching success is 73% of the object detected. The final result obtained from this study is a prototype development for office security using face recognition features that are useful to improve safety and comfort for occupants of office space (due to the availability of access rights) so that not everyone can enter the office.
Zaenal Abidin, Permata Permata, Farida Ariyani
Published: 1 February 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 58-71; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i1.14670

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Research on the translation of Lampung language text dialect of Nyo into Indonesian is done with two approaches, namely Direct Machine Translation (DMT) and Statistical Machine Translation (SMT). This research experiment was conducted as a preliminary effort in helping students immigrants in the province of Lampung, translating the Lampung language dialect of Nyo through prototypes or models was built. In the DMT approach, the dictionary is used as the primary tool. In contrast, in SMT, the parallel corpus of Lampung Nyo and Indonesian language is used to make language models and translation models using Moses Decoder. The result of text translation accuracy with the DMT approach is 39.32%, and for the SMT approach is 59.85%. Both approaches use Bilingual Evaluation Understudy (BLEU) assessment.
Yekti Wirani, Elsa Nadira, M. Syaiful Romadhon
Published: 1 February 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 13-26; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i1.14477

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The Developer Registration System (SIRENG), owned by the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing of the Republic of Indonesia, aims to provide supervision on the quality of houses built by housing developers. Based on the interviews with the association manager PERWIRANUSA, the completeness and suitability of the information in SIRENG are still limited. It does not meet SIRENG development benefits, guaranteeing that registered developers in SIRENG are experienced and trusted. This study aims to provide recommendations for managers of SIRENG to improve the system through evaluation of acceptance of SIRENG with the association and housing developer's perspective. This study uses the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) framework and utilizes PLS techniques to analyze respondents' data. This study used a mixed-method. This study's results are Perceived Ease of Use, Perceived Usefulness, Attitude Toward Using, and Actual Usage (AU) variables that influence the acceptance of SIRENG.
Fakhri Rahmadan, Yusi Tyroni Mursityo, Niken Hendrakusma Wardani
Published: 1 February 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 27-42; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i1.14590

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The purpose of this evaluation is to evaluate user acceptance of the Glovia ERP system, whichever embedded in PC to assist operator staffs to record material stocks. The research methodology used in this study is the UTAUT model adjusted for the research problem's conditions. The issue happens because the Staff feel more comfortable with the old procedure and think it has supported their performance well. The respondents, as the sample in this study, are the staff operator from the MRP division. Data analysis is done using Partial Least Squares—the result of the research state that the Performance Expectancy variable has a significant effect on the Behavioral Intention variable. On the contrary, the other variables do not significantly affect the Behavioral Intention variable. The behavioral Intention variable has an R square value of 0.352 percent, which states that four independent variables can explain 35.2% of the Behavioral Intention variable. From the test results, it is suggested that the MRP division of PT can use the recommendations. Xacti Indonesia, as a consideration that can be used to improve the system currently applied.
Abdul Fadlil, Imam Riadi, Azhar Basir
Published: 1 February 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 72-85; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i1.14678

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Zachman Framework (ZF) and The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) are Architecture Frameworks often used in Architecture Enterprise's implementation. Each side of the two architecture Frameworks has advantages and disadvantages. Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen Informatika dan Komputer Muhammadiyah Paguyangan Brebes (STMIK MPB) is a new university established on April 28, 2017; STMIK MPB as a new university has no plans in building an information system. The research will select the parts that exist in the ZF and TOGAF methodologies. The two methods will be combined and compiled to be applied to the Academic Information System modeling or blended methods. These research results are architectural blueprints that can be used as a reference in the development of academic information systems.
, Dafid Ainur Rozi, Geri Kusnanto
Published: 1 February 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 86-104; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i1.14728

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SMK XYZ is a vocational high school with approximately 2550 students with various majors and backgrounds, so there are many problems. For subscribers, each student gets a notebook on discipline and order; if a student commits a violation, it will be written by the discipline taught in the book. Furthermore, the counseling guidance teacher, together with the class teacher, conducts coaching; this activity is a manual system that has not been computerized. It hinders the performance of these teachers. From these problems, an order information system's analysis and design are carried out, which can facilitate and accelerate teachers in planning, directing, and monitoring. The SMART method's application to the discipline information system is based on the science of facts, which states a criterion with value; each weighted value can show and reflect comparisons between standards related to planning, direction, and supervision of students carried out by teachers. Subscription to violations using the discipline information system with the SMART method is carried out computerized, including determining sanctions and their actions to support the performance of teachers.
Made Ayu Duesa, Kartika Rahayu Tri Prasetyo Sari
Published: 1 February 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 121-133; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i1.14844

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The increase in human activities has triggered air pollution, especially in school areas. It results from various kinds of gases from exhausts or combustion that harm health and air quality for the community. The source of air pollution from motorized vehicles is one of the most significant contributors to air pollution in the school area. To prevent and control air pollution, a tool is needed to measure the gas levels. In this study, the tool used has a feature of monitoring air quality with the Internet of Things (IoT) platform. An essential part of this device is a sensor based on a microcontroller, where The device will send the data obtained by the MQ135 sensor module to the IoT platform. People can access information about air quality via smartphone devices for air quality information in the study room. This study's average result in detecting air quality is 495, indicating a moderate level of air pollution. With the existence of an air quality monitoring and notification system in this study room, it has the potential for awareness about the importance of healthy air quality for the community, especially students who will become the nation's next-generation students 8 hours learning environment.
Geofiton Ardelan Dessilomba, Andeka Rocky Tanaamah
Published: 1 February 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 134-147; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i1.14961

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This study describes and predicts how users accept the implemented technology. This research uses a qualitative method approach. Data collection was carried out by interviewing three employees of the Policy Services Division of PT Asuransi Sinar Mas. Researchers researched in March 2020. The data obtained were then processed through data reduction, data presentation, and description conclusions. The results showed that employees in the company could accept technology because they perceive ease of use and usability. The emergence of a positive attitude towards the use of technology impacts the high interest in technology use behavior to increase the actual use of technology. The positive attitude of users towards technology is indicated by the satisfaction of using technology from employees. Researchers can measure technology acceptance based on perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, attitudes of using technology, interest in behavior using technology, and actual behavior using technology. It is necessary to improve the actual conduct of employees using technology that can improve company performance.
Danianto Enggar Prasetyo, Agustinus Fritz Wijaya
Published: 1 February 2021
INTENSIF, Volume 5, pp 43-57; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v5i1.14609

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Implementation of Information Systems in company business processes can increase efficiency and effectiveness. However, without adequate planning in the implementation of Information Systems, the performance can not have the desired impact. Therefore, a strategic plan is needed to implement the Information System aligned with the Company's vision and mission, and objectives. The method used in this research is the Ward and Peppard methodology. The background to the use of the Ward and Peppard methodology in this study is because the Ward and Peppard methodology contains a definitive and complete framework that focuses not only on technology but also on the organization's business needs. The results of this research are application recommendations and an application development roadmap for the next four years. It is hoped that this research can help improve the Company's business processes more effectively and efficiently by improving information management within an organization.
Khurotul Aeni, Randi Adzin
Published: 19 August 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 203-214; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i2.14297

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The SIMBARU (Academic information System) has The obstacles that currently occur in the SIMBARU process is how to utilize an IT-based academic service system that is ready to run/use in the optimal time optimally, providing services with the right target, fast access that can provide satisfaction to users (user), as well as vision of mission and institutional business objectives can be realized. By using PDCA data analysis Method (Plan, Do, Check, and ACT), it is expected to design a SIP document (Service Improvement Plan) to improve the performance of SIMBARU. The design of SIP documents on SIMBARU can be done by using IT Infrastructure Library V. 3 by analyzing the condition of SIMBARU which then produce output in the form of SIP. Results of this research SIP designed in accordance with the knowledge gained from the results of the analysis, can be used as a strategy to improve IT services in college, which resulted in recommendation of improvement and output in the form of SIP. Repair and SIP recommendations are expected to be implemented to improve IT services, so that the IT service i.e. SIMBARU can help the academic staff in conducting academics in college.
Muhammad Aliyya Ilmi, Fajar Pradana, Widhy Hayuhardhika Nugraha Putra
Published: 19 August 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 215-231; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i2.14320

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Reducing the risk of failure in working on software projects is one of the successes for the company. It can be done by implementing project planning management properly. One important aspect of project management planning is scheduling. Scheduling includes recording human resources and tasks in the project. The Kanban method is one of the methods used to overcome problems in controlling project schedules. This study aims to develop a project scheduling system that applies the Kanban method. In this research, project management and scheduling system will be developed using the Kanban method. This system expected to be able to assist companies in handling projects. Kanban was chosen because it can easily respond to project changes, easily implemented, and company needs. In this study, unit testing was performed on the system's three main features and tested the validity of the system's 49 functional requirements. The usability test produces a value of 76. Based on the validation and usability test results, it can be concluded that the system is included in the acceptable category.
Felia Anjani Ramadheena, Muhammad Zhafari, Qurrotul Aini
Published: 19 August 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 159-172; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i2.13993

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The development of the industrial world that accelerates the growth of competition between businesses. It causes the need for activities or efforts to increase the selling power of the company or organization. One of them is by evaluating the level of performance in the supply chain at SME Tosuka Coffee. It is done to determine the level of current business conditions and to know what elements have good potential in business development and what components need to be improved. This evaluation uses the SCOR method in assessing supply chain performance. The assessment with SCOR is based on Tosuka's current condition. The results of this study state that the final value of the SCOR calculation yields a figure of 86.24, which means that Tosuka Coffee's business is at a good level, especially in the Plan process that receives the highest value with Responsiveness dimension and is followed by the Return process with the Reliability dimension. However, Tosuka Coffee is recommended to make performance improvements in the Make, Source, and Deliver processes because it produces a relatively low value. With the evaluation, it is expected that Tosuka Coffee can improve supply chain performance in the future.
Tyas Pratama Puja Kusuma, Muhamad Awiet Wiedanto Prasetyo
Published: 19 August 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 173-183; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i2.14000

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The research aims to produce applications that can analyze the quality of the questions, know the statistics of student grades, and determine the appropriateness of the items to be tested for the subjects of network system administration competence in Computer Network Engineering Class XI Vocational School Kesatrian. Research and development. The development model in this study uses the Analysis-Design-Development-Implementation-Evaluation (ADDIE) Model. With the stages of development, ranging from analysis, planning, development, implementation, and evaluation. The application is developed based on the website. This research resulted in the form of question items named Kana Buso Application, which is suitable as a medium for determining the quality of questions. This application is useful to make it easier for teachers to assess the quality of the items that will be given to students. Based on the test results, it can be concluded that the use of this application can also minimize student cheating in working on exam questions because the questions issued are random.
Nurrokhman Nurrokhman, Hindriyanto Dwi Purnomo, Kristoko Dwi Hartomo
Published: 19 August 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 259-271; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i2.14460

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Campus competition in Central Java creates superior and empowered human resources to make XYZ campus optimize the Knowledge Sharing process. In optimizing the Knowledge Sharing process on the XYZ campus through interaction and communication between students in the study program. This study aims to identify the Knowledge Sharing collaboration of students on the XYZ campus in three study programs with 100 respondents using the Social Network Analysis (SNA) method. The parameters used in this study include density, degree centrality, closeness centrality, betweenness centrality, and clicks (subgroups). Based on the analysis of the results obtained by the level of density level of 4.7% or weak ties because under 50%. Actor 98 has the highest degree of centrality with outdegree value 32 and indegree 7, while actor 65, which has the highest closeness centrality with inCloseness value 16,952 and outCloseness value 1,020. Actor 15 also has the highest centrality betweenness with an amount of Betweenness 2750,148 and nBetweenness 28,346. In this study, it can be concluded that there is collaboration in the Knowledge Sharing of students on the XYZ campus from each divided into three study programs, namely, informatics engineering, accounting computerization, and graphic design.
Samiaji Sarosa, Agustina Retno Setyowati
Published: 19 August 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 247-258; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i2.14455

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This article is investigating the acceptance of the iPad among new students at a university. IPad usage is compulsory, and the purchase is part of the new student admission package. Two previous surveys using UTAUT have shown mixed results. The author decided to use survey results from both studies and reanalyze the questionnaire's answers. Data analysis was conducted using the SEM-PLS tool. The result showed only Anxiety and Self-Efficacy influencing Intention to Use while Intention to Use and Facilitating Condition influencing the use of iPad. The relation between Self-Efficacy and Intention to Use was moderated by gender, while the relationship between Intention to Use and Usage was moderated by experience in using a tablet.
Fadel Diva, Yudi Priyadi
Published: 19 August 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 184-202; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i2.14097

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Eiger Adventure Store Bandung is a company that manufactures outdoor clothing and accessories. The problem with Eiger, related to the lack of activities to educate customers about the difference between original and counterfeit products. Referring to the problems in Eiger, the purpose of this study is to design a Business Model Canvas (BMC), design a business model using the Unified Model Language (UML), create a User Interface visualization through a MockupMockup. The research method used is qualitative through SWOT support. Referring to the BMC of this research, a new business model recommendation has been produced, namely QR Code Scan. This business model has been described through UML and is visualized with Mock-Up. The UML diagram involved, among them, is the Use Case Diagram, which consists of five actors, namely customers, employees, cashiers, admins, and warehouse employees. The actor interacts on four Use Cases, namely choosing a product, QR Code Scan, Database, and payment. The Class Diagram consists of five main classes: customers, employees, cashiers, admins, and warehouse employees. The process contained in the QR Code Scan is a solution to provide education to customers to be able to distinguish genuine or imitation products.
Muchamad Dani Chairudin, Novita Br. Ginting, Hersanto Fajri
Published: 19 August 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 232-246; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i2.14321

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A PT. Astra Components Indonesia manufactures injection plastic goods to be sent to customers, in the production process the machines used are capable of producing several types of injection plastic goods, so that products can be provided regularly and there is a process of changing products or better known as the Dandory process. Found an obstacle that is an error in determining the order of dandory for production. Consequently, the condition of goods in the warehouse is irregular. It is detrimental to the company with the time, material and labour that has been expended for production so that an Information System is needed to determine the priority schedule for the replacement of injection plastic goods in this study taking the case at machine number A36. The system development uses the Waterfall method; the system description will be described by the Unified Modeling Language Modeling (UML) method. Data collection is done by observing directly observing production activities in the company as well as interviews with relevant parties, and for solving problems, the system will be assisted by Priority Scheduling method. The results of the research get an information system that will provide recommendations for items that will first be produced appropriately.
Olivia Michelle, Agustinus Fritz Wijaya
Published: 19 August 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 272-282; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i2.14494

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Maman Elektronik Sokaraja has implemented SI / IT, but it is not evenly distributed in all fields. The uneven implementation of the business process is still not effective and efficient. The purpose of this research is to provide an IS / IT strategic plan so that it can assist in the implementation of the company's IS / IT so that it is more equitable. The method used in this research is the Ward and Peppard method which consists of a SWOT analysis, Value Chain, Five Force Model, McFarlan Strategic Grid. The results of the study that have been carried out have obtained a recommendation for the development of several applications such as SI Sale, SI Debt and Receivable, SI Purchase and SI Inventory. Some of the recommended apps, such as SI Sales Distributor, SI Accounting, SI Payroll, SI Attendance. The application is approved in stages over 4 (four) years according to company conditions. Developments in several SIs required several application plans to be implemented within four years.
Nurfitria Ningsi, Noorhasanah Z, Gusnawati Gusnawati
Published: 19 August 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 142-158; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i2.13707

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This study discusses the measurement of the quality of motor vehicle tax of information system services at the SAMSAT Kolaka office using the servqual method by emphasizing the five dimensions of servqual namely Tangibles, Reliability, Responsiveness, Assurance and empathy. This study aims to understand the level of user satisfaction by comparing expectations and expectations and updating the standards provided by SAMSAT Kolaka through the application of the SIZ application. Data collection activities were carried out by distributing 100 questionnaires to all SIZ service users. The results of this study indicate that the use of SIZ is not by customer needs; this can be demonstrated by the high value of the gap between expectations and perceptions. The Assurance dimension obtaining the most top difference is the Tangibles dimension indicating that the limitations of the IT facilities used are still limited. It is evidenced by the continued complaints of customers regarding queue buildup due to a system that suddenly goes down while the service is in progress. It is necessary to improve IT infrastructure that can improve customer satisfaction in the future.
Published: 8 February 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 123-130; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i1.13858

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Elderly is someone whose age is around 60-74 years, at that age, one's health tends to decrease, and it has an impact on reduced perception, cognition, and psychometry. One result of cognitive decline is a decrease in memory. Programs have been provided by the Indonesian government, such as submitting information, producing brochures, and making announcements on the health services website. But this counseling is not optimal because the elderly tend to be lazy to read this because the eyes have begun to look away from other than that the eye health of the elderly has already started to decrease. So that the health information provided by the health department can be optimized, we try to make a model that is used to summarize an article so that the article is easily understood by the elderly. To summarize the article, this study uses the term frequency-inverse document frequency (TF-IDF) algorithm. By using the TF-IDF algorithm, it is hoped that the elderly will more easily read health articles. User Experience Questionnaire after the application of writing software summary is higher than before the application of writing software summary that is 25.27> 19.30.
Published: 8 February 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 51-62; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i1.13524

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Home Industry Shoes is one of the SMEs that are engaged in the production and sale of shoes. Shoes SMEs in marketing and sales have been still relying on customers from surrounding areas of production activities. Current business competition is stringent, thus making SME shoes demanded to be more advanced in marketing and sales to be able to stay afloat. Shoes SMEs have problems with promotional media and sales, which does not yet have an independent online sales system. Therefore, the authors feel the need to help SMEs by creating an online sales information system that can be used as a promotional media as well as a media for selling independently and easy to use. In this study, the authors apply the incremental method in system development and also observation in gathering data on the needs of the system developed. Achievements in this study, the authors, produce an online sales information system for SMEs, in particular, the production of home industry shoes that can be used independently by SMEs to carry out promotions and sales online.
Published: 8 February 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 22-37; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i1.13067

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This research intends to analyze and test variables that influence implementation E-government, especially in Balikpapan city. The study uses the information system success model DeLone and McLean which has six main variables that can be used to measure the success rate of information systems. Variables that support the success of e-government that support this research include system quality and information quality as exogenous variables. Furthermore, the use and user satisfaction variables are endogenous variables that also affect the net benefits variable. Based on previous research, service quality variables have not been proven to affect endogenous variables, so the researchers omit these variables. Data collection is done by distributing questionnaires to users of e-government services in Balikpapan City as many as 100 respondents. Data processing methods with Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) using the Smart PLS 3.0 approach. This research proves the R-square value of the dependent variable user satisfaction is 62%, and the net benefit variable is 59.1%, which means that the dependent variable can be explained through independent variables in this research model. Based on the findings in the study, it shows that the quality of the system has an effect on user satisfaction but has no impact on use.
Dedy Hidayat Kusuma, Moh Nur Shodiq, Indah Kurnia Fitriani
Published: 8 February 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 90-107; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i1.13769

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Madrasah Aliyah Negeri (MAN) Banyuwangi using a worksheet which can lead to error occurrences and slow decision making. A system for decision support that can improve the ranking process and quality were developed in this paper. The proposed system implemented the codeigniter framework, MySQL database, and PHP programming language. The system provided three user roles which are teacher, student, and administrator role. These four parameters are used as ranking system input, including academic values, non-academic values, violation scores, and student attendance. The ranking process was conducted by applying the analytic hierarchy process (AHP) method. The developed decision support system was tested using two ways: the black box testing method and providing questionnaires. Black box testing result shows that the system has functionally worked, while user’s questionnaire gives 92,29% well accepted by users. The results show that the decision support system can help manage values and determine the parallel ranking list.
Ari Suhartanto, Ismail Abdurrozzaq Zulkarnain,
Published: 8 February 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 108-122; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i1.13799

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The interest in Sharia-based financial industry products has increased rapidly, as evidenced by a large number of conventional Bank customers migrating to Islamic Commercial Banks (BUS). With this phenomenon, it is necessary to measure BUS financial performance in Indonesia by using the analysis of the Shariah Maqashid Index (SMI) concept as control and reference for the public to choose and utilize Islamic financial products in Indonesia with an empirical study approach. The object of this study is Islamic banks in Indonesia using purposive sampling techniques with the condition that only the category of Islamic Commercial Banks. The results of this study are indicators of all mashed shariah index variables with measurements using the SAW (Simple Additive Weighting) method as decision support. Eight BUS in Indonesia have different calculation results; each Islamic bank has advantages in SMI elements. That Bank Mualamah Syariah has the highest IK1 (Performance Indicator) for two years in a row. Bank Panin Syariah has the highest IK2 in 5 consecutive years. BCAS and Bank Syariah Bukopin have the highest IK3. In general, all BUS that has implemented maqashid syariah with the category 'good' because they have an average value of 3.00.
Nur Hidayati,
Published: 8 February 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 75-89; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i1.13575

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Unemployment became a social problem for the community, so they could not meet their life needs. One cause because they do not have special skills, so it is difficult to get a job. Therefore, in every local government through the UPTD Balai Tenaga Kerja, it often conducts work training for those who need it. However, the system applied in the UPTD Bogor area is still conventional. Causing problems such as data readings are less obvious; form storage and documents are not neatly arranged, so some documents are missing and lost. It resulted in a loss for the participants who would participate in job training. So it takes the development of the system to solve the problem. To improve the existing system, that is from conventional to computerized. For the development of this system, it is necessary to take steps such as those in the waterfall model. The result of the development of this system is the design of a web-based work training acceptance system that can facilitate participants to access online in the selection of the desired work exercises, and the storage of documents will be stored neatly in a database.
Published: 8 February 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 38-50; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i1.13197

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Scoob Telur is a company that operates in the distribution of eggs in the Province of East Java, especially in the capital city of Surabaya. Unfortunately, business processes ranging from sales, expenses and report generation are still not supported by the use of IS / IT and the absence of strategic information systems planning or mature enterprise architecture. Besides, based on the results of observations and interviews, it was found that there is no information system that can manage financial processes systematically and there are no applications that can help the company's business processes. Based on these, an information system and information technology are needed that can be used to manage the financial process and also control and monitor the company so that it can advance the performance and service of the Scoob Telur company. Enterprise architecture design uses TOGAF ADM, which is a detailed framework used to design, evaluate and build architecture enterprise. The results of this research provide a design that determines business architecture, data architecture, application architecture, technology architecture, and opportunities and solutions and also includes application system design proposals so that it can support business processes as well as making reports that occur on Scoob Telur.
Published: 8 February 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 1-21; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i1.12976

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This study aims to determine the pattern of a network collaboration between dengue hemorrhagic health surveillance personnel in the city of Semarang and to understand the flow of information deeply. The method of social network analysis / SNA (Social Network Analysis) on formal and informal communication networks between surveillance officers aims to produce sociometry and sociogram data so that the centrality of each actor in the network can be known. Interaction between Officers will be known through the analysis of the centrality of levels (degree), closeness (closeness), and intercession (betweenness). The approach used is descriptive quantitative. Data was collected using a research instrument in the form of a questionnaire, while the process of input and data analysis was carried out by looking at intact networks and ego networks carried out using UCINET. The results of the analysis show that officers dominate the centrality of the level and the intermediary with the position of Coordinator both City and District (Id. # 128, # 1, # 2, # 3). Collaboration based on working areas has a strong bond because 71% of the districts have a network density above 50%. While the value of closeness is dominated by surveillance members with id # 54, # 15, # 2, # 214, # 15 and # 10.
, Nurcholis Nurcholis
Published: 8 February 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 131-141; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i1.13863

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The results of decision making play an important role in achieving a goal in solving certain problems. In the decision making process requires data or supporting evidence that can be used as a guide for the selection of solutions based on available alternatives, so as to produce choices that can increase productivity. MCDM method for the analysis of research data namely AHP, TOPSIS and SMART, the three methods are tested, because each MCDM method has a different way of working or algorithm, so it is necessary to experiment with certain cases. This study aims to determine the performance of the AHP, TOPSIS, and SMART methods with a case study of selecting superior female cattle breeds. The application of three MCDM methods for alternative analysts of prospective superior beef cattle based on testing to determine the accuracy of comparing the results/output of the system with expert recommendation solutions using a sample of 15 female cows that produce priority/ranking for superior beef cattle, shows that the performance of the three methods produces priority selection results the same, with 80% priority accuracy.
Neilin Nikhlis, Ade Iriani,
Published: 8 February 2020
INTENSIF, Volume 4, pp 63-74; https://doi.org/10.29407/intensif.v4i1.13552

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The competition between campus, whether it’s a public college and private college in Central Java, is very tight with the increasing number of interested students for prospective students from various regions. The close competition requires many campuses to compete to provide the best facilities and services. The research objective is expected to support the "XY" university promotion strategy to help the university in the knowledge capture process. Data collection was carried out using the group discussion forum (FGD) method with a structured interview process for university leaders, university officials, marketing departments, and students. The technique used in this study is a soft system methodology (SSM). The results of this study model knowledge capture (KC) on the "XY" university promotion strategy and produce knowledge documentation that provides benefits in making policy strategies and has an impact on increasing the number of prospective new college students by optimizing digital marketing.
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