International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review

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Nadia Mahmood Hussien, Samira Abdul-Kader Hussain, Khlood Ibraheem Abbas, Yasmin Makki Mohialden
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 3, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v3i2.154

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Big data is the key to the success of many large technology companies right now. As more and more companies use it to store, analyze, and get value from their huge amounts of data, it gets harder for them to use the data they get in the best way. Most systems have come up with ways to use machine learning. In a real-time web system, data must be processed in a smart way at each node based on data that is spread out. As data privacy becomes a more important social issue, standardized learning has become a popular area of research to make it possible for different organizations to train machine learning models together while keeping privacy in mind. Researchers are becoming more interested in supporting more machine learning models that keep privacy in different ways. There is a need to build systems and infrastructure that make it easier for different standardized learning algorithms to be created. In this research, we look at and talk about the unified and distributed machine learning technology that is used to process large amounts of data. FedML is a Python program that let machine learning be used at any scale. It is a unified, distributed machine learning package.
Adilkhen Aiaru
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 3, pp 5-8; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v3i2.157

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The goals and purposes of the study included conducting all phases of field research on the creation of a novel method for weed management in goat's rue herbage that is based on the use of NRS. An arable community is referred to by the biological term "agrophytocenosis." The components of an agrophytocenosis include sowed cultivated plants and satellites, which are species of segetal weeds. These components are linked to the soil by seed banks and banks of vegetative rudiments. When determining an agrophytocenosis, not a particular sowing but rather the complete rotation of crops in a crop rotation within a homogenous region is taken into consideration; if the crop rotation is altered in any way, the agrophytocenosis will also be altered
Ria Angela, Razia Begum Suroyo, Aida Fitria
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 3, pp 22-34; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v3i2.170

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This research aimed to identify the variables that impact the choosing of oral contraceptives among women of reproductive age in the UPT Puskesmas Karang Rejo, Langkat Regency, working region. This study used an analytical survey (explanatory research) with a cross-sectional design. This research sampled 96 individuals who resided in the Work Area of the Karang Rejo Health Center UPT, Langkat Province. Accidental Sampling sampling method. Apply the chi square test to the analysis. Statistically, multivariate analysis using logistic regression revealed that knowledge (p=0.0060.05), attitude (p=0.0290.05), the role of the officer (p= 0.0300.05), and couple support (p=0.0180.05) were the variables that impacted the choice of contraceptive pill. The most important factor determining the choice of contraceptive pill is the support of the spouse. The result of the research indicates that knowledge, attitude, the role of officers, and partner support have an effect on the choice of contraceptive pills made by women of reproductive age in the Work Area of UPT Puskesmas Karang Rejo, Langkat Regency. For the community and families, it is intended that increasing the husband's participation in the selection and use of contraception would eradicate the misconception that contraception is an issue solely for the wife. Community leaders are anticipated to play a more effective role in enhancing the participation of husbands in the selection of contraceptive methods for their wives.
Syarifah Nuzul Ahmad, Muhammad Yamin Jinca, Yashinta Kumala D. S.
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 3, pp 9-21; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v3i2.163

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The Unhas Tamalanrea Campus has green open space which is one of the best urban forest areas in Makassar. This is supported by the implementation of Non-Motorized-Transport by re-developing bicycle transportation management. Campus Green Open Space is an attraction for the community to cycle, for this reason, attention to bicycle transportation facilities and connectivity with other transportation is needed so that vehicle access continues to run safely and comfortably, at the Unhas Tamalanrea Campus. This study aims to find out how the services of bicycle transportation facilities, the suitability of bicycle lanes, and development concepts can be applied at the Unhas Tamalanrea Campus. The analysis methods used are Importance Performance Analysis (IPA), Scoring Analysis, and Map interpretation. Data collection was carried out through observation, interviews, and questionnaires. The respondents taken were cyclists at the Unhas Tamalanrea Campus using accidental sampling techniques. The results showed that the condition of bicycle transportation facilities at the Unhas Tamalanrea Campus was quite good but still needed to be improved by the guidelines and concept of campus bicycle transportation.
Arifah Devi Fitriani, Asriwati Amirah, Mei Sryendang Sitorus
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 3, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v3i1.137

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The aim of this study was to analyze the relationship of the completeness of the surgical inpatient medical records filling to the suitability of the INA-CBG’s Tariff Standards. The analyzed forms are the Exit Patient Summary Form (Medical Resume) Surgery Report, Anesthesia Report, Hospitalization Warrant and Diagnostic Support Examination. This study is a quantitative study with a cross sectional design. The sample size in the study was 96 medical records. The measuring instrument used was a check sheet list. Data were analyzed bivariate with Chi-square Test and multivariate with Multiple Logistic Regression Test. The results of the Bivariate Analysis obtained a completeness relationship for filling out the Surgery Report form (P-Value 0.001) Anesthesia Report (P-Value 0,000) and the Hospitalization Warrant (P-Value 0.004) with the suitability of the INA-CBG Tariff Standards, and there is no completeness relationship for filling out the Exit Patient Summary form (Medical resume) and Examination of Diagnostic Support with the suitability of INA-CBG Tariff Standards. The Multivariate Analysis revealed that the completeness of the Anesthesia Report Form is the dominant factor affecting the suitability of INA-CBG’s Tariff Standards with P (Sig) 0.006 < 0.05, Odds Ratio (OR) = 21.000, Coefficient Value B = 3.045). With this research, it is hoped that regular socialization and training will emphasize the completeness of the documents needed for claiming.
Karmila Dewi Handayani, Asriwati Asriwati, Tri Niswati Utami, Arifah Devi Fitriani, Indah Anggraini
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 3, pp 38-50; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v3i1.151

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Work productivity is the ratio of workers' production (output) to the capital employed (input). A worker is productive if he is able to create things or services as promised (number, quality, and completion time), yet in a short or exact amount of time and at an economical cost. The purpose of the research was to investigate the impact of the work environment on the productivity of nurses in the city of RSUD Dr. Tengku Mansyur Tanjung Balai. The study design included an analytical survey research technique (analytical research) with a cross-sectional strategy. The 156 participants in this research were all registered nurses at RSUD Dr. Tengku Mansyur Tanjung Balai City. 99 nurses were selected using a cluster random sampling method. The analysis of data included univariate, bivariate, and multivariate methods. The findings of logistic regression indicated that experience p = 0.001, career path p = 0.002, and leadership p = 0.023 were the most influential factors on the job productivity of nurses at RSUD Dr. Tengku Mangku Mangku Tanjung Balai City. This research concludes that knowledge, experience, career path, motivation, leadership, and teamwork have an effect on the job productivity of nurses at RSUD Dr. Tengku Mansyur Tanjung Balai City, with experience being the most influential variable. Suggestion made to RSUD Dr. Tengku Mansyur Tanjung Balai City to boost the job productivity of implementing nurses by improving their creativity via internal training linked to nursing care in order to achieve optimal performance.
Sitti Nurul Aliah Alwy, Sudirman Sudirman, Hasma Hasma
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 3, pp 33-37; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v3i1.153

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The quality of care that is offered directly affects the degree to which patients are satisfied. If the patient's demands or expectations can be satisfied by the services that are supplied, then the patient will consider such services to be of high quality. This survey was administered to inpatients at Haji Hospital in Makassar City with the intention of gauging their level of satisfaction with their care. Quantitative methods are used in this line of inquiry. The method of sampling that was used was incidental sampling, and the research design that was utilized was a cross-sectional study with a sample size of 250 patients. Data collecting using questionnaires. The chi square test and the logistic regression test were used in the analysis of the data. According to the findings, there was a connection between the responsiveness (p = 0.045), attentiveness (p = 0.000), and reliability (p = 0.011) of the medical staff at Haji Hospital Makassar City and the level of satisfaction experienced by the hospital's inpatients. It is anticipated that improvements may be made to healthcare services so that the level of patient satisfaction can rise.
Chikezie Amare, Ezeudo Golibe
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 3, pp 11-17; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v3i1.139

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The use of insecticides by actors in the cowpea value chain highlights the problem of the supposed or real risks of these products with respect to man and his environment. To assess the health and environmental risks generated by these insecticides, we conducted surveys of 100 cowpea producers, 100 insecticide traders, 100 cowpea traders and 100 consumers. According to the results of the surveys, 13 chemicals including 7 pyrethroids, 4 organophosphates and 2 organochlorines are used by cowpea producers and traders in the conservation of cowpea in the central region. Among these insecticides only 2 are approved and the 11 others come from neighboring countries of Burkina Faso, namely Ghana and Togo, despite the control of plant protection and packaging services. The majority of actors surveyed are illiterate (95%). The lack of training and ignorance of the regulations in force on pesticides by insecticide traders, the misuse of chemicals before and after use are factors of environmental pollution. The lack of appropriate protective equipment, ignorance of the existence of approved products and poor food storage conditions create food poisoning among consumers and serious health risks for farmers and traders.
Tunde Tolo Onana
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 3, pp 18-24; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v3i1.142

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This study aims to objectify the impact of the use of traditional agricultural techniques on biodiversity, in particular on the disappearance of plant and animal species. The data presented here come from a socio-environmental survey conducted in the central Moungo region in 2013-2014 and whose data collection was done through questionnaires, field observations and semi-structured interviews. The analysis of maps of the region at different periods (2001, 2007, and 2013) in order to understand the evolution of the vegetation cover completed our methodology. From the analysis of the data, it appears that the agricultural techniques used (slash-and-burn agriculture, plowing, regular polyculture, excessive use of pesticides) by farmers in Mélong have an impact on biodiversity in that they contribute to the decline of vegetation, soil depletion and the disappearance of certain plant and animal species. In conclusion, we believe that farmers should take their environment into account when developing their farming techniques, and thus practice sustainable agriculture.
Nur Hasanah Siregar
International Journal Papier Advance and Scientific Review, Volume 3, pp 25-32; https://doi.org/10.47667/ijpasr.v3i1.143

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Globally, about 20-40% of infants experience a process of developmental delay. This study aims to determine the effect of the combination of the Baby Spa method and Mozart classical music on the gross motor development of infants aged 3-6 months at the Bunda Riani Martbung clinic. This type of research uses quasi-experimental (pre-experimental designs) research design using two groups pretest-posttest. Population in this study were all babies aged 3-6 months who did a baby spa at the Bunda Riani Martubung clinic as many as 20 people. The number of samples as many as 20 respondents with a total sampling technique. Data analysis of this study used the Wilcoxon signed rank test (a < 0.05). The results showed that there was an effect of baby spa on baby's gross motor development (p=0.011), baby's gross motor development with a combination of baby spa methods and Mozart classical music (p=0.005). There is a significant difference between baby spa and Mozart's classical music combination method on gross motor development of infants aged 3-6 months with baby spa results sig 0.011> from 0.005. The conclusion of this study is that there is an effect of the combination of the baby spa method and Mozart classical music on the baby's gross motor development. It is recommended that baby spa techniques and Mozart classical music be applied to babies to improve baby development.
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