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Applied Technology and Computing Science Journal
ISSN : 26214458     EISSN : 26214474     DOI : https://doi.org/10.33086/atcsj
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Applied Technology and Computing Science Journal ( ISSN 2621-4458, E-ISSN 2621-4474) is a journal on all aspect of applied technology natural science that published online by Faculty of Engineering – University of Nahdlatul Ulama Surabaya. This journal published periodically twice in a year (on June and December) to accommodate the researcher from all over the world who want to publish the results of their research and contribution with all variety topics related to Engineering, Applied Computer Modelling and Simulation, Information System, Computer Science, Forecasting, Computer Applications, Expert System, E-Government, E-Business, E-Commerce, Information Security, Big Data, Intelligent System, Data Analysis, Data Mining, Smart City.
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A Simple Electronic System of Security for a 24-Hour Grocery Store agung kridoyono
TEKNOLOGI DITERAPKAN DAN JURNAL SAINS KOMPUTER Vol 6 No 1 (2023): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33086/atcsj.v6i1.4583

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Grocery stores, commonly found in cities, represent the latest model of retail establishments offering a diverse range of daily essentials and groceries while operating 24/7 for added convenience. However, these stores often encounter security challenges, such as employee lapses like falling asleep or leaving their posts unattended, which can jeopardize safety. To address this issue, we have developed a simple yet effective tool to enhance store security, utilizing an analysis of detection and sensor error rates. This security system relies on analog circuits to process signals from motion sensors, triggering a buzzer notification upon detecting movement. Through this research, the aim of the research is to quantify the level of detection accuracy and sensor error magnitude, as well as determine the optimal sound level for the generated notification. The results of this research contribute to bolstering safety and vigilance in these grocery stores.
Analysis of Variables Affecting Customer Satisfaction Using Online Food Purchase Services with Multiple Linear Regression Fuji Rahayu Wilujeng
TEKNOLOGI DITERAPKAN DAN JURNAL SAINS KOMPUTER Vol 6 No 1 (2023): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33086/atcsj.v6i1.3985

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The surge in popularity of online food delivery services across Southeast Asia is undeniable. Remarkably, in the year 2020, Indonesia emerged as the frontrunner in Gross Merchandise Value (GMV) for such services in the region, amassing an impressive GMV of $3.7 billion, surpassing its regional counterparts. This burgeoning trend is underpinned by a multitude of factors motivating individuals to embrace online food purchases, including time efficiency, an array of enticing and pragmatic offers, and an abundance of choices. Building upon this backdrop, this research endeavors to delve into the intricate web of variables that wield influence over consumer satisfaction within the realm of online food procurement. Employing the multifaceted approach of multiple linear regression, the study aims to uncover the mechanisms that underlie this pivotal relationship. The findings gleaned from this investigation are noteworthy. They highlight the substantial joint impact of the independent variables on the dependent variable. This assertion is substantiated by the remarkably minute significance value of F, which registers at an impressive 0.000, comfortably falling below the conventional threshold of 0.05. This statistical affirmation underscores the collective potency of the five dimensions of service quality, cohesively exerting a significant influence on the variable of customer satisfaction. Moreover, a granular examination of the individual impacts of each independent variable warrants’ attention, as gleaned from their respective 't' significance values. It is discernible that the variables of reliability and responsiveness, with significant values exceeding 0.005, exhibit limited individual impact on customer satisfaction. This discernment underscores that, when assessed in isolation, these two independent variables fail to manifest a statistically noteworthy effect on the overarching construct of customer contentment.
Implementation Of Teacher Presence System Using Mobile-Based Geofencing & Haversine Formula Methods Muhammad Dawamul Mughni; Putri Aisyiyah Rakhma Devi
TEKNOLOGI DITERAPKAN DAN JURNAL SAINS KOMPUTER Vol 6 No 1 (2023): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33086/atcsj.v6i1.4119

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Implementation of a teacher presence system using geofencing and the Haversine Formula mobile-based method provides a modern solution for accurately monitoring teacher attendance. This system utilizes geofencing technology to set virtual boundaries around certain locations and the Haversine formula to calculate the distance between the teacher's current location and the school's location. If the teacher's location is within the boundaries of the area, the system assumes the teacher is present, and if outside, the system considers the teacher absent. Attendance status is regularly updated and stored in the database, providing an efficient method for administrators to monitor teacher attendance and increase accountability. The use of this system reduces the possibility of manual errors, making it a valuable tool in education. Two tests were carried out, namely testing the accuracy of the system and testing black box testing. Accuracy testing was carried out under three conditions, namely inside the presence area, at the border of the presence area, and outside the presence area. The test was carried out 30 times and resulted in 100% accuracy. then blackbox testing also concludes that the application works in accordance with the testing that has been done. The conclusion from this research is that the higher the device and network used, the more accurate it will be.
Frequencies Analysis on Suling Te’dek using Fast Fourier Transform: Ethnic Musical Analysis Lantana Dioren Rumpa; Martina Pineng; Irvan Phare; Herman Kandari
TEKNOLOGI DITERAPKAN DAN JURNAL SAINS KOMPUTER Vol 6 No 1 (2023): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33086/atcsj.v6i1.4143

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The aim of this research was to use the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) to analyze the frequency of notes produced by the traditional Te'dek flute of the Toraja people in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. The purpose of the study was to contribute to the preservation of the Toraja's cultural history by providing an evaluation of the Te'dek flute's tonal characteristics. The research process included recording the sound of the flute, applying the FFT to the recorded data to extract frequency values, and analyzing these values to determine the frequency of each note within an octave. What sets the Te'dek flute apart is its unique tuning process, where the maker skillfully adjusts the fingerholes' diameter using hand tools and relies on intuition to determine the sound without any external measurement. The results of the study showed that the FFT can be used to accurately determine the frequency of the Te'dek flute and that the strength of airflow in the flute's cavity plays a significant role in determining the frequency of the tone.
Design and Development of Management Information System on Website-Based Jempol Optical Shop Using the Laravel Framework Alman Faluti Ashari Alman Faluti Ashari; Rizqi Putri Nourma Budiarti
TEKNOLOGI DITERAPKAN DAN JURNAL SAINS KOMPUTER Vol 6 No 1 (2023): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33086/atcsj.v6i1.4169

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The management of inventory data and reports at the Jempol Optical shop is still manual, starting with the input of goods data relating to glasses, frames, lenses, and other optical accessories data. In addition, the preparation of sales reports is also still manual. It takes a system to collect data on optical goods and to prepare sales reports. This study aims to create a software system that can provide solutions with a website-based management information system using Laravel. The method used in this study uses SDLC (System Development Life Cycle), including literature studies to get references related to the system to be made, needs analysis of the Jempol Optical system to determine system requirements, design of the Jempol Optical system, manufacture of the Jempol Optical system, and system testing of Jempol Optics Website used for black box testing and usability testing. The result of the system created is a management information system with 2 actors (admin and employees) which has 18 features. In black box testing, the system can be used smoothly, and all features can be used according to their functions with a percentage of 100% success. The results of usability testing carried out by shop owners and employees of the Jempol Optical shop, the application is good from the results of tests carried out with a result of 4.2 out of a maximum value of 5. From the test results by giving several statements, it can be concluded that the user agrees with the system that has been made.
Development of Website BEM FEBTD Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Surabaya Ahmad Muthoharun; Rizqi Putri Nourma Budiarti
TEKNOLOGI DITERAPKAN DAN JURNAL SAINS KOMPUTER Vol 6 No 1 (2023): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33086/atcsj.v6i1.4170

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Currently BEM FEBTD UNUSA does not yet have a web-based information system, and only relies on delivering information and documentation through social media, namely Instagram. The drawback is that the management cannot manage the schedule so that information on the progress of each work program is obtained. This causes limited information that can be known by the academic community about work programs from year to year. Therefore, media is needed that can manage the work program of BEM FEBTD UNUSA. The methodological stages used are problem identification, website needs analysis, website design, website creation, website testing, and website testing analysis. The results of this study are the formation of the BEM FEBTD UNUSA website, and the administrators can manage work program schedules well, provide activity information, organizational profiles, facilitate various news search purposes, important information announcements, and activity documentation galleries. Testing is done by Black Box Testing and Usability Testing. The success percentage of Black Box Testing with 117 Test Cases is 100%. Meanwhile, the test results from Usability Testing show that according to the admin and supervisor, they strongly agree if the website is easy to use, fast, memorable, no errors are found, and satisfied when used. Meanwhile, according to administrators and visitors, they agree that if the website is easy to use, fast, memorable, no errors are found, and satisfied when used.
Analysis of The Effect of Durian Rind Texture on Sugar Content Using The Box-Counting Method Arum Andary Ratri; Khoirul Umam; Devit Suwardiyanto; Junaedi Adi Prasetyo; Vivien Arief Wardhany
TEKNOLOGI DITERAPKAN DAN JURNAL SAINS KOMPUTER Vol 6 No 1 (2023): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33086/atcsj.v6i1.4222

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Durian is a popular fruit native to Southeast Asia, even labeled as the king of fruits. Currently, both fresh and processed durians have been very well received by the public in both local and export markets [1]. However, it is not uncommon for durians purchased in poor quality, such as bland taste, rotten, or immature [2]. Therefore, a method to identify the quality of durian is needed. One of the durian elements that can be used to identify its quality is the shape and texture of its outer skin. The object discussed in this paper is the relationship between the fractal dimensions of durian skin image and the sugar content of durian flesh. Its fractal dimensions are searched using the box-counting method. The box-counting method is used to calculate fractal dimensions with the fractal object placed in a box area. Then it is calculated by how many boxes are needed to cover all the fractal parts. The relationship was then analyzed using the coefficient of determination. The results of the analysis produce an R-Square value of 0,029333. The R-Square value obtained shows that the fractal dimension of the texture of the durian skin does not significantly affect the sugar content of the durian flesh.
IOT Implementation Energy consumption for Indoor Orchid Cultivation based on WeMos anton breva yunanda
TEKNOLOGI DITERAPKAN DAN JURNAL SAINS KOMPUTER Vol 6 No 1 (2023): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33086/atcsj.v6i1.4582

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Orchids are epiphytic plants with high popularity. Orchid is a plant that can process its own nutrients with the help of other media. Parameters that need to be monitored include air temperature, air humidity, and soil moisture. These parameters greatly affect plant growth. Plants can grow well if humidity, temperature, and light intensity are met properly. Good orchid humidity ranges from 50 – 80%. Humidity should not be too high at night and not too low during the day. In addition to humidity, the temperature where you plant orchids must also be maintained. The ideal temperature for orchids is daytime temperatures between 27-30 degrees Celsius and night temperatures between 21-24 degrees Celsius. Based on these problems, a Design and Development Tool for Monitoring Soil Temperature and Moisture on the Growth of Indoor Orchid Plants is Based on WeMos with Indoor Energy. In this design, the results of sensor readings will be displayed in the form of data which will be accessed via the web server on WeMos. To read the temperature, air humidity, and soil moisture, several sensors are used, namely: DHT 22, soil moisture sensor, and a relay connected to a mini water pump using an indoor cultivation method where the energy source uses UV waves by LED light. From the results of the implementation and testing, the growth period will be obtained more faster than the normal cultivation. hopefully, this research will help people who care for orchid plants to be able to monitor their orchid plants efficiently in indoor conditions so that these orchid plants can always be in the best conditions of temperature, light, and soil moisture.

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