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Pembuatan Game Online BoMCleaN sebagai Media Pembelajaran Kebersihan Lingkungan -, Sussi; Shihab, Kusvihawan Muhammad; Munadi, Rendy; Prasojoe, Rahmat Ramadan; Fitriyanti, Nurwulan
JEPIN (Jurnal Edukasi dan Penelitian Informatika) Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Volume 5 No 1
Publisher : Program Studi Informatika

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (859.098 KB) | DOI: 10.26418/jp.v5i1.29874

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Perkembangan video game saat ini sangatlah pesat dan sudah beredar dalam berbagai genre permainan  seperti aksi, horror, pertualangan, puzzle dan game online. Seiring dengan perkembangan jaringan internet maka game online juga ikut berkembang dan mampu menarik banyak orang untuk memainkannya. Kebanyakan video game yang dibuat hanya ditujukan untuk menghabiskan waktu dan menghibur player agar jauh dari kebosanan. Pelajaran tentang kebersihan lingkungan perlu diajarkan sejak dini sehingga mampu membawa perubahan, baik berupa pengetahuan maupun tingkah laku. BoMCleaN adalah sebuah video game yang ditujukan untuk menghibur serta menambah kesadaran tentang pentingnya menjaga kebersihan lingkungan sambil bermain dengan pemain lainnya menggunakan konsep multiplayer. Fitur utama dalam video game BoMCleaN menantang pemain menempatkan sampah pada tempatnya yang tepat. BoMCleaN menjadi salah satu Media Pembelajaran Kebersihan Lingkungan (PKL) yang mampu menambah pengetahuan akan pengklasifikasian sampah.
Implementation of Role-Based Access Control on OAuth 2.0 as Authentication and Authorization Triartono, Zehan; Negara, Ridha Muldina; Sussi, Sussi
Proceeding of the Electrical Engineering Computer Science and Informatics Vol 6: EECSI 2019
Publisher : IAES Indonesia Section

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11591/eecsi.v6.1970

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As today’s technology transition from monolithic towards microservices architecture, the authentication and authorization system also becomes a new concern because of the difference between monolithic and microservices pattern. Monolithic mostly uses role-based access control while microservices uses scope with OAuth 2.0. With this in mind, there is a need for a model that can integrate OAuth 2.0 with role-based access control. With rolebased access control implemented on OAuth 2.0, we expect a simpler authorization process and a more secure authentication and authorization system for microservices backend architecture. This paper proposes a model to implement role-based access control on OAuth 2.0 using Laravel framework, we also test the performance of the system following by response time, data transferred and throughput. From the performance test, this approach has a good performance and can handle certain requests with simulated users even with limited resources.
Virtual Reality Headset Implementation on Parsec Cloud Gaming Platform Rahadiansyah, Muhammad Fadhil; Muldina, Ridha; Sussi, Sussi
JOIN (Jurnal Online Informatika) Vol 5, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Department of Informatics, UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/join.v5i1.578

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Virtual reality (VR) based games are a type of game that provides immersive gaming experience, allowing players to dive into the virtual world of the game being played. VR-based games require a high minimum computer specification, so thin clients cannot play VR-based games properly. This research aims to see how to enable thin computers to play VR-based games by utilizing cloud gaming technology. Using a high specification computer as a server, an android device as a VR headset, this Final Project implements a VR headset device so that it can be used in conjunction with cloud gaming services to be able to play VR-based games on thin computers and see how well the implementation by seeing the result from computer resources used and the Quality of Services. With Parsec cloud gaming services, the application carried out in this Final Project can run well on computers with low specifications. CPU usage on the client computer when the service is running is high at 91% usage, with 2818 MB RAM usage. Quality of Service is obtained when setting the highest quality preset, with a throughput of 16MB with a delay of about 2 ms. VR games that are played can run well with a minimum bandwidth of 15 Mbps selected from the Frame per Second (FPS) results obtained to reach 56 FPS with medium quality settings.
Design and Implementation of Smart Parking System Using Location-Based Service and Gamification Based On Internet Of Things Nasution, Alam Nasyrah Muharram; Munadi, Rendy; Sussi, Sussi
JURNAL INFOTEL Vol 13 No 2 (2021): May 2021
Publisher : LPPM INSTITUT TEKNOLOGI TELKOM PURWOKERTO

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20895/infotel.v13i2.654

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Information on the number of available parking slot capacity and trip routes to the destination parking area, and motivation in choosing a parking area location are parameters that can help two-wheeled vehicle users choose the right parking area location. The three parameters that determine the accuracy of selecting a parking area location are implemented in an Internet of Things (IoT) based smart parking system. This system can provide information about the maximum number of slot capacities and the number of available slot capacities at the parking area. Two-wheeled riders are given information about which route to take to the destination parking area by utilizing the Location-Based Service (LBS). These two features are then supported by applying the gamification method to motivate two-wheeled riders to choose the right parking area. The smart parking system is tested with considered Quality of Service (QoS) parameter and black box testing. The results of testing the smart parking system produce QoS performance on the Line of Sight (LOS) test, with an average delay is 71.66 ms, average jitter is 107.59 ms, and throughput is 23 kbps. Meanwhile, in the non-LOS test, the average delay is 132.88 ms, the average jitter is 200.84 ms, and the throughput is 12 kbps. Overall system performance obtained the percentage of reliability is 99.65 %, and availability is 99.65 %. In black-box testing, LBS and gamification methods can implement according to application requirements specifications.