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A preliminary study: An agent-based spatial simulation of human-coastal environment interaction in coastal urban tropical area Hasti Widyasamratri; Al Aswad
International Conference on Coastal and Delta Areas Vol 3 (2017): The 3rd International Conference on Coastal and Delta Areas
Publisher : International Conference on Coastal and Delta Areas

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Reported, 65% of Java island population are living in coastal area where one of the most affected areas on climate change. Disaster related to hydrological cycles such as flooding caused by tidal is the most frequent happen in the low area zone as well as Semarang city in Central Java province. Many process impacted tidal flood: land subsidence, sea level rise, and coastal land use change as a consequences of population pressure. It will getting worse when heavy rainfall is occur. Predicted, 2672, 2 Ha of coastal area at Semarang city will inundate caused by 16 cm sea level rise due to global warming impact. By this fact, coastal community is the most vulnerable group due to the flood. This paper is a preliminary study to simulate the interaction of humancoastal environment to response, adapt and mitigate the tidal flood through agent-based modelling (ABM) within spatial concept. ABM frameworks have been portrayed to function well in a socioenvironment context, modelling efforts for coupled human-coastal environment system that described as a process-based design framework. In this research, human actions are interpreted as an aggregate social response to stimuli from the physical system with both aspects being explicitly modelled at the scale of emergence of the hydrological phenomenon in coastal areas. The natural (coastal-hydrology) system is set, in modelling terms, through physical (tidal, land subsidence, land use change) models; the response of human units (settlements, fisherman, industry communities etc.) is then studied as a reactive mechanism to physical model output, such as tidal flood. In the other word, ABM is an empirical methods for building agent decision models in spatial planning. Keywords: agent-based model, coastal environment, human interaction, spatial planning.
PREFERENSI GENERASI MILENIAL DALAM MEMILIH HUNIAN STUDI KASUS: DKI JAKARTA, JAKARTA BARAT, DAN YOGYAKARTA Firda Puspa Yustika; Mohammad Agung Ridlo; Hasti Widyasamratri
Jurnal Kajian Ruang Vol 2, No 1 (2022): Maret 2022
Publisher : Universitas Islam Sultan Agung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jkr.v2i1.20356

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Generasi milenial ialah generasi dengan populasi terbanyak di Indonesia, Generasi milenial dapat dikatakan penduduk yang lahir tenggang waktu tahun 1980 sampai tahun 2000. Berdasarkan data Survei Susenas yang bersumber dari data BPS jumlah penduduk milenial di Indonesia yaitu sebesar 33,75% dari jumlah penduduk Indonesia. Hal ini tentu saja mempengaruhi permintaan hunian. Pada penelitian ini penulis membahas mengenai preferensi generasi milenial dalam memilih hunian serta faktor-faktor apa saja yang menjadi acuan bagi generasi milenial dalam memilih hunian. Penyusunan artikel ini menggunakan data sekunder yang diperoleh dari jurnal, literatur serta data terkait. Berdasarkan kajian literatur yang telah dilakukan preferensi generasi milenial dalam memilih hunian untuk studi kasus yang ada di DKI Jakarta bentuk hunian perumahan maupun apartemen secara garis besar belum sesuai dengan preferensi generasi milenial. Sedangkan untuk studi kasus yang berada di Yogyakarta dalam memilih hunian Generasi Y melihat dari ketersediaan lahan parkir, kualitas bahan bangunan, ruang privat, interior dan eksterior
EVALUASI KONSEP GREEN OPEN SPACE TERHADAP KUALITAS TAMAN PADA PROGRAM PENGEMBANGAN KOTA HIJAU (P2KH) KECAMATAN KENDAL (STUDI KASUS: TAMAN STADION UTAMA, LANGENHARJO, GAJAH MADA) Majdina Astri Graharistiara; Hasti Widyasamratri
Jurnal Planologi Vol 14, No 2 (2017): Oktober 2017. Thema Open Space dan Pasar Tradisional
Publisher : Universitas Islam Sultan Agung Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jpsa.v14i2.3871

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Green Open Space is an urban expanse covered by some of the trees as a shade area of the city and   as the fulfillment of the needs public spaces for the community in activities and social. Efforts continue to be undertaken by the Green Open Space embodiment of Government, one that is by pioneering the implementation of ‘Program Pengembangan Kota Hijau’(P2KH) in improving the quantity and quality of Green Open Space in the area of the county or city. One form of Green Open Space i.e. the garden city that serves to improve the quality of urban and support the needs of the community in getting space to relax and leisure. The condition of children in district Kendal based on information from the community a lot of damage to either the environment or the facilities therein. This study aims to evaluate the application of Green Open Space on quality Grounds in the ‘Program Pengembangan Kota Hijau’(P2KH) sub district of Kendal which consists of the Stadion Utama, Langenharjo and Gajah Mada Parks. The method used was qualitative with deductive approach to rationalistic Unitarians. The analysis used a descriptive analysis i.e. qualitative and verification. Results from the study found that: 1) implementation evaluation results of Green Open Space in the gardens of the town Kendal not optimal, particularly on the Stadion Utama and Langenharjo Parks is still passive because it has not been supported with supporting facilities ; 2) evaluation results applying the Green Community is not optimal because there hasn't been an active ongoing activities so that it can not realize the active role of the community as a community in realizing the green city in district of Kendal; 3) factors that influence the application of optimal yet Green Open Space that is the location of the parks are not on the main road, the spread of vegetation are not optimal in improving microclimate because the settings are less noticed aspects of the function and benefits, passive Parks conditions due to lack of support facilities and the lack of appeal on the parks because the Setup and the pattern of plants that don't meet aesthetic; 4) factors that influence has not been optimal application of the Green Community that is constrained funds and lack of public awareness in maintaining and safeguarding the environment.
PERAN MASYARAKAT DALAM PENGEMBANGAN WILAYAH Ulan Aryantini Amir; Hasti Widyasamratri
Sustainable, Planning and Culture (SPACE) : Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota Vol 3 No 2 (2021): Pengembangan Wilayah dan Pariwisata
Publisher : UNHI Press

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32795/space.v3i2.2242

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Indonesia consists of a vast area of ​​land and sea, therefore the utilization of the arrangement needs to be made for the welfare of the community. At this time there are still many people who are indifferent and do not understand the essence of spatial planning. Spatial planning is contained in Law No. 26 of 2007. Regional development is the process of directing the potential of the area to be used comprehensively to realize the welfare of the community. The empowerment process is usually a combination of several mutually supportive factors. Regional development is a form of effort to build and develop regions using a spatial approach by considering socio-cultural, economic, natural, and institutional aspects in the planning framework. Regional development and spatial planning that have been planned by the government depend on the role and participation of the community. In the realization of regional development, the role of the community is very much needed in determining the success of regional development plans. Keywords: spatial planning, community role, regional development, regional growth