Gideon Setya Budiwitjaksono
UPN "Veteran" Jawa Timur

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Soil Movement Monitoring System Based on IoT using Fuzzy Logic Mohammad Idhom; Fetty Tri Anggraeny; Gideon Setya Budiwitjaksono; Zainal Abidin Achmad; Munoto
Internasional Journal of Data Science, Engineering, and Anaylitics Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): International Journal of Data Science, Engineering, and Analytics Vol 1, No 2,
Publisher : International Journal of Data Science, Engineering, and Analytics

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (833.846 KB) | DOI: 10.33005/ijdasea.v1i2.14

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Landslide is one of the disasters that often occurs in several areas in Indonesia, especially in hilly areas, valleys, and volcanoes. Soil conditions in some parts of Indonesia are classified as prone to landslides. The latest data from the Central Statistics Agency related to landslides in 2018 occurred as many as 10,246 events with the highest incidence on the island of Java IoT-based ground motion monitoring using fuzzy logic is a tool that is able to detect ground movements that can trigger landslides. The manufacture of this tool is based on the ig-norance of the community in predicting the occurrence of landslides. To avoid this, an early warning tool is needed in the delivery of information that is easily understood by anyone, especially the public. This tool consists of a Microcontroller, Weather Sensor, Rain Sensor, Ground Movement Sensor, and GSM Shield as well as programs to make it hap-pen. This system was created to provide information to the public directly in land-slide-prone areas. With this early warning system, it is hoped that people who are in landslide-prone loca-tions will know more quickly and can monitor the condition of landslide-prone areas so that they will be more alert to possible dangers that come suddenly, especially fatalities, can be minimized. Through this tool can also be known when the weather is cloudy, raining as well as movement or signs of ground movement, can be monitored and monitored automatically. directly by everyone from mobile phones through "SIPEGERTA" Land Movement System in Wonosalam District, Jombang Regency
Word Search on the "SITUK" Application Using the Levenshtein Distance Algorithm I Gede Susrama Mas Diyasa; Kraugusteeliana; Gideon Setya Budiwitjaksono; Alfiatun Masrifah; Muhammad Rif'an Dzulqornain
Internasional Journal of Data Science, Engineering, and Anaylitics Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): International Journal of Data Science, Engineering, and Analytics Vol 1, No 2,
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Integrated System for Online Competency Certification Test (SITUK) is an application used to carry out the assessment process (competency certification) at LSP (Lembaga Sertifikasi Profesional) UPN (University of Pembangunan Nasional) “Veteran” Jawa Timur, each of which is followed by approximately five hundred (500) assessments. Thus the data stored is quite a lot, so to find data using a search system. Often, errors occur in entering keywords that are not standard spelling or typos. For example, the keyword "simple," even though the default spelling is "simple." Of course, the admin will get incomplete information, and even the admin fails to get information that matches the entered keywords. To overcome the problems experienced in conducting data searches on the SITUK application, we need a string search approach method to maximize the search results. One of the algorithms used is Levenshtein which can calculate the distance of difference between two strings. Implementation of the Levenshtein algorithm on the data search system in the SITUK application has been able to overcome the problem of misspelling keywords with the mechanism of adding, inserting, and deleting characters.