Igi Ardiyanto, Igi
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Geometric Model for Human Body Orientation Classification Ardiyanto, Igi
CommIT (Communication and Information Technology) Journal Vol 9, No 1 (2015): CommIT Vol. 9 No. 1 Tahun 2015
Publisher : Bina Nusantara University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/commit.v9i1.1659

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This  paper proposes  an approach  for cal- culating  and estimating  human body orientation  using geometric model. A novel framework integrating gradient shape and texture model of the human body orientation is proposed.  The gradient  is a natural way for describing the human  shapes, while the texture  explains the body characteristic. The framework  is then combined with the random  forest classifier to obtain a robust  class  differ- ence  of the human body orientation. Experiments and comparison results are provided to show the advantages of our system over state-of-the-art. For both modeled and un-modeled gradient-texture  features with random forest classifier, they achieve the highest accuracy on separating each human orientation   class, respectively  56.9% and 67.3% for TUD-Stadtmitte  dataset.
Remote Sensing Technology for Land Farm Mapping Based on NDMI, NDVI, and LST Feature Mabrur, Ahmad Fauzi; Setiawan, Noor Akhmad; Ardiyanto, Igi
IJITEE (International Journal of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering) Vol 3, No 3 (2019): September 2019
Publisher : Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology,Faculty of Engineering UGM

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1513.335 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/ijitee.47430

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Remote Sensing is a reliable and efficient data acquisition techniques. This technique is widely used for land image processing. This technique has many advantages, especially in terms of cost and time. In this study, the classification between dry and irrigated land from irrigation canals is presented. Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI), Normalized Difference Moisture Index (NDMI), and Land Surface Temperature (LST) values obtained from satellite imagery data are used in this process. It is expected that through this method, the distribution and control of irrigation water can optimize existing agricultural potential. Ground Check (GC) is used for validation process. The results showed that the error rate based on the moon was not so large, i.e., 18%. The highest errors occur in February and March. This happens because those months are the rainy season, so the measured temperature is mostly the temperature above the cloud layer. On the other hand, the lowest error occurs in November. Also, it can be seen that this method can function optimally when detecting residential areas or highways.
Deep Learning Methods for EEG Signals Classification of Motor Imagery in BCI Saputra, Muhammad Fawaz; Setiawan, Noor Akhmad; Ardiyanto, Igi
IJITEE (International Journal of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering) Vol 3, No 3 (2019): September 2019
Publisher : Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology,Faculty of Engineering UGM

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EEG signals are obtained from an EEG device after recording the user's brain signals. EEG signals can be generated by the user after performing motor movements or imagery tasks. Motor Imagery (MI) is the task of imagining motor movements that resemble the original motor movements. Brain Computer Interface (BCI) bridges interactions between users and applications in performing tasks. Brain Computer Interface (BCI) Competition IV 2a was used in this study. A fully automated correction method of EOG artifacts in EEG recordings was applied in order to remove artifacts and Common Spatial Pattern (CSP) to get features that can distinguish motor imagery tasks. In this study, a comparative studies between two deep learning methods was explored, namely Deep Belief Network (DBN) and Long Short Term Memory (LSTM). Usability of both deep learning methods was evaluated using the BCI Competition IV-2a dataset. The experimental results of these two deep learning methods show average accuracy of 50.35% for DBN and 49.65% for LSTM.
Perbandingan Performa Relational, Document-Oriented dan Graph Database Pada Struktur Data Directed Acyclic Graph Setialana, Pradana; Adji, Teguh Bharata; Ardiyanto, Igi
Jurnal Buana Informatika Vol 8, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Buana Informatika Volume 8 Nomor 2 April 2017
Publisher : Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24002/jbi.v8i2.1079

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Abstract.Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) is a directed graph which is not cyclic and is usually employed in social network and data genealogy. Based on the characteristic of DAG data, a suitable database type should be evaluated and then chosen as a platform. A performance comparison among relational database (PostgreSQL), document-oriented database (MongoDB), and graph database (Neo4j) on a DAG dataset are then conducted to get the appropriate database type. The performance test is done on Node.js running on Windows 10 and uses the dataset that has 3910 nodes in single write synchronous (SWS) and single read (SR). The access performance of PostgreSQL is 0.64ms on SWS and 0.32ms on SR, MongoDB is 0.64ms on SWS and 4.59ms on SR, and Neo4j is 9.92ms on SWS and 8.92ms on SR. Hence, relational database (PostgreSQL) has better performance in the operation of SWS and SR than document-oriented database (MongoDB) and graph database (Neo4j).Keywords: database performance, directed acyclic graph, relational database, document-oriented database, graph database Abstrak.Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) adalah graf berarah tanpa putaran yang dapat ditemui pada data jejaring sosial dan silsilah keluarga. Setiap jenis database memiliki performa yang berbeda sesuai dengan struktur data yang ditangani. Oleh karena itu perlu diketahui database yang tepat khususnya untuk data DAG. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah membandingkan performa dari relational database (PostgreSQL), document-oriented database (MongoDB) dan graph database (Neo4j) pada data DAG. Metode yang dilakukan adalah mengimplentasi dataset yang memiliki 3910 node dalam operasi single write synchronous (SWS) dan single read (SR) pada setiap database menggunakan Node.js dalam Windows 10. Hasil pengujian performa PostgreSQL dalam operasi SWS sebesar 0.64ms dan SR sebesar 0.32ms, performa MongoDB pada SWS sebesar 0.64ms dan SR sebesar 4.59ms sedangkan performa Neo4j pada operasi SWS sebesar 9.92ms dan SR sebesar 8.92ms. Hasil penelitian menunjukan bahwa relational database (PostgreSQL) memiliki performa terbaik dalam operasi SWS dan SR dibandingkan document-oriented database (MongoDB) dan graph database (Neo4j).Kata Kunci: performa database, directed acyclic graph, relational database, document-oriented database, graph database
A Review on Face Anti-Spoofing Perdana, Rizky Naufal; Ardiyanto, Igi; Nugroho, Hanung Adi
IJITEE (International Journal of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering) Vol 5, No 1 (2021): March 2021
Publisher : Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology,Faculty of Engineering UGM

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijitee.61827

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The biometric system is a security technology that uses information based on a living person's characteristics to verify or recognize the identity, such as facial recognition. Face recognition has numerous applications in the real world, such as access control and surveillance. But face recognition has a security issue of spoofing. A face anti-spoofing, a task to prevent fake authorization by breaching the face recognition systems using a photo, video, mask, or a different substitute for an authorized person's face, is used to overcome this challenge. There is also increasing research of new datasets by providing new types of attack or diversity to reach a better generalization. This paper review of the recent development includes a general understanding of face spoofing, anti-spoofing methods, and the latest development to solve the problem against various spoof types.
Content-based image retrieval for fabric images: A survey Tena, Silvester; Hartanto, Rudy; Ardiyanto, Igi
Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Vol 23, No 3: September 2021
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11591/ijeecs.v23.i3.pp1861-1872

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In recent years, a great deal of research has been conducted in the area of fabric image retrieval, especially the identification and classification of visual features. One of the challenges associated with the domain of content-based image retrieval (CBIR) is the semantic gap between low-level visual features and high-level human perceptions. Generally, CBIR includes two main components, namely feature extraction and similarity measurement. Therefore, this research aims to determine the content-based image retrieval for fabric using feature extraction techniques grouped into traditional methods and convolutional neural networks (CNN). Traditional descriptors deal with low-level features, while CNN addresses the high-level, called semantic features. Traditional descriptors have the advantage of shorter computation time and reduced system requirements. Meanwhile, CNN descriptors, which handle high-level features tailored to human perceptions, deal with large amounts of data and require a great deal of computation time. In general, the features of a CNN's fully connected layers are used for matching query and database images. In several studies, the extracted features of the CNN's convolutional layer were used for image retrieval. At the end of the CNN layer, hash codes are added to reduce  search time.
User Curiosity Factor in Determining Serendipity of Recommender System Nugroho, Arseto Satriyo; Ardiyanto, Igi; Adji, Teguh Bharata
IJITEE (International Journal of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering) Vol 5, No 3 (2021): September 2021
Publisher : Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology,Faculty of Engineering UGM

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijitee.67553

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Recommender rystem (RS) is created to solve the problem by recommending some items among a huge selection of items that will be useful for the e-commerce users. RS prevents the users from being flooded by information that is irrelevant for them.Unlike information retrieval (IR) systems, the RS system's goal is to present information to the users that is accurate and preferably useful to them. Too much focus on accuracy in RS may lead to an overspecialization problem, which will decrease its effectiveness. Therefore, the trend in RS research is focusing beyond accuracy methods, such as serendipity. Serendipity can be described as an unexpected discovery that is useful. Since the concept of a recommendation system is still evolving today, formalizing the definition of serendipity in a recommendation system is very challenging.One known subjective factor of serendipity is curiosity. While some researchers already addressed curiosity factor, it is found that the relationships between various serendipity component as perceived by the users and their curiosity levels is still yet to be researched. In this paper, the method to determine user curiosity model by considering the variation of rated items was presented, then relation to serendipity components using existing user feedback data was validated. The finding showed that the curiosity model was related to some user-perceived values of serendipity, but not all. Moreover, it also had positive effect on broadening the user preference.