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  • Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage
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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Kapsah Kapsah; Ade Husnul Mawadah; Sundawati Tisnasari;
    Publisher: Universitas Wiralodra

    This study analyzes the novel using a statistical approach. The research method is a qualitative-descriptive method. The purpose of this study is to describe the form of structuring that is contained in the novel House without Windows by Asma Nadia. As for data collected through library research research techniques, see techniques and note techniques. The data used in this study are excerpts from the novel that are the source of the data. The source of the data in this study is the novel House without Windows by Asma Nadia. In addition, the data obtained are classified based on their shape in order to facilitate the analysis. Data analyzed are data that have been tested for validity by validators who are experts in their fields. Referring to the knife analysis of the stylistic approach, we found a form of structural alignment. So, it can be concluded that the form of structuring data obtained from the novel House without Window by Asma Nadia 55 data with detailed data, 9 data repetition, 4 data parallelism, 7 data anaphora, 9 data antithesis, 7 data alliteration, climax as much as 1 data, asindeton as much as 13 data, rhetorical questions as much as 4 data, and polisidenton as much as 1 data. While the least data found was polysindeton and climax data, and no anticlimactic data was found.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Supriyono; Kiki Farida Ferine; Diana Puspitasari; Rulinawaty; Elkana Timotius;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Abstract The aim of this research is to take advantage of data mining techniques using the Apriori sales data algorithm for agricultural equipment. This is due to the fact that the high potential agricultural sector in Indonesia has obstacles to the use of technology. Research was conducted in the district of Simalungun in a shop selling agricultural needs. Sales activities in the store continue and generate more and more data. In order to be of use to the resulting data, it is necessary to process these data with a certain algorithm that provides great benefits, in particular by maximizing the sales profits of agricultural products. Apriori Algorithm is one of the methods of data mining, the activities of which include data collection and the use of old data with the aim of finding regularities, patterns or relationships in data collection. The output of the algorithm can help future decision-makers, where one of the advantages is the rearrangement of the product layout, such as the most frequently sold products being assembled so that they are easily visible to consumers and can properly prepare stock items for the store.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Heri Kuswanto; Mutiah Salamah; Sri Mumpuni Retnaningsih; Dedy Dwi Prastyo;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Many researches showed that climate change has significant impact on agricultural sector, which threats the food security especially in developing countries. It has been observed also that the climate change increases the intensity of extreme events. This research investigated the impact climate to the agricultural productivity in East Java, as one of the main rice producers in Indonesia. Standard regression as well as panel regression models have been performed in order to find the best model which is able to describe the climate change impact. The analysis found that the fixed effect model of panel regression outperforms the others showing that climate change had negatively impacted the rice productivity in East Java. The effect in Malang and Pasuruan were almost the same, while the impact in Sumenep was the least one compared to other districts.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    O Widiantama; H. S. Pramono;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Abstract The purpose of this research is to: (1) Understand how the DC motor control systems trainer works, and (2) measure the feasibility of DC motor control systems trainer as a learning media. This research applies research and development approach and ADDIE (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, Evaluate) model. The research was conducted in mechatronic engineering education study program, Yogyakarta State University with the students of mechatronic engineering education as the subjects of the research. Based on this research, it is known that: (1) Vexta series of DC motor control systems trainer can control the speeds appropriate with the input speed, and (2) The result of feasibility assessment by material experts obtained an average score of 50.5, that included in the “feasible” category, while the media experts feasibility obtained an average score of 72, that included in the “very reasonable” category. For the students’ assessment results based on the experiment on small group, 50 % of the students agreed that the material is “feasible” category, while another 50% agreed that it is “very reasonable” category. For the assessment on operational products, 65 % of the students agreed that it is “feasible” category, while another 30 % agreed that it is “very reasonable” category, and the other 5 % agreed that it is “good enough” category, to be applied as a learning media.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Moechammad Alvan Prastoyo Utomo; Abdul Aziz; Winarno; Bambang Harjito;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Abstract In Monitoring Temperature and humidity for Server Room is a system based an IoT, which provides information while regulating temperature and humidity inside the server room. There are various types of sensors in the prototype, using all parameters of temperature and humidity that can be measured. This system can be used to monitor the temperature or humidity of a particular room or place. The proposed system continuously sends data to the cloud to monitor data from anywhere. For direct monitoring and regulation, the system is equipped with features to provide notifications to users through the telegram application dynamically. The prototype brain is a Raspberry and Arduino module. Temperature and Humidity Sensor (DHT11) are connected to Raspberry. Every time these values exceed the threshold selected for each notification given to the user via the telegram application by utilizing the telegram API. Based on the notification, the user can remotely set the room temperature by giving an order via the telegram application. The Proposed System effectively monitors and dynamically controls commands via telegram applications or through web server applications.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Purnama Ningsih; Baharuddin Hamzah; Irwan Said;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Abstract This study aimed to find out how the understanding of indigenous community in Sigi district (Ongulero and Wiapore villages) that related to ethnoscience knowledge and its application in the daily lives. This study was a descriptive qualitative study using interview and documentation methods. Based on the results of the research, it was obtained that the indigenous community in Sigi district has the scientific knowledge that related to food and the processing, agriculture, and treatment for some diseases (medicines).

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Widowati; Sapto P. Putro; Silfiana;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Abstract Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) is a polyculture with several biotas maintained in it to optimize waste recycling as a food source. The interaction between phytoplankton and nitrogen as waste in fish cultivation including ammonia, nitrite, and nitrate studied in the form of mathematical models. The form model is non-linear systems of differential equations with the four variables. The analytical analysis was used to study the dynamic behavior of this model. Local stability analysis is performed at the equilibrium point with the first step linearized model by using Taylor series, then determined the Jacobian matrix. If all eigenvalues have negative real parts, then the equilibrium of the system is locally asymptotic stable. Some numerical simulations were also demonstrated to verify our analytical result.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Ni Luh Ramaswati Purnawan; I Ketut Sardiana;
    Publisher: Universitas Gadjah Mada

    Tourism and agriculture are leading sectors of development in Bali Province. Before Bali’s economy relies heavily on tourism sector, agriculture was a major driver of economic growth. However, with so many challenges of land adjustment and use, and the increase tendency of agricultural land conversion into non-agricultural purpose, the growth of the agricultural sector gradually decreased. Declining of agriculture domain might cause a challenge for Bali because agriculture is not just an activity of land cultivation, but it has related more as spirit or the essential substances of Balinese cultural identity. One of the agricultural universal icons is the Subak system, which has named as world cultural heritage by UNESCO in 2012. Thus, to ensure the sustainability of the agricultural and tourism in Bali, the effort to combine both fields through development of Subak educational tourism becomes relevant. This idea is based on the perspectives that agricultural and tourism areas are interrelated systems. Tourism in Bali is counting on how Bali can preserve its natural and cultural attractions, this include the agrarian culture and lifestyle. The emergence of knowledge-based society, that encourage travellers to be actively involved and participate to fulfill their desire of learning and understanding others culture, has greatly contributed to development of this special interest tourism. Study indicated that Subak educational tourism can be applied toward sustainability as it incorporated the aspect of natural and socio-cultural conservation and could offer economic benefits for the well-being of the local community.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Rima H. Hasibuan; Rusdi Angrianto; Adrianus A. Rambu; Dahlan Abdullah;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    This paper was retracted by IOP Publishing on 12 December 2018. This paper was published due to a technical error and was not intended to be included in this journal. Retraction published: 8 February 2019

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    S Kusdiwanggo; A P Budiharta;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Abstract Kasepuhan Ciptagelar community is a society that holds the padi-culture until now. Ciptagelar community respects the paddy and believes it as an entity that has a soul. This belief is manifested in every routine activity and ritual related to paddy. Some of these activities are namely ngarawunan and pamageran. They became a background for the formation of a cultural landscape in Kasepuhan Ciptagelar. Both ngarawunan and pamageran are rituals that have impact on the protection of the agricultural environment. The event of ngarawunan involves landscape relation among settlements - dry paddy field (huma) - wet paddy field (sawah). Whereas the event of pamageran involve the relation of settlement - dry paddy field - forest. Both contain local knowledge that full of meaning. How do they build a cultural landscape in Kasepuhan Ciptagelar? This article is written based on the results of research with qualitative-inductive methods through an ethnographic-participatory paradigm. The result of this research indicated that the relations between two events in the agricultural environment of dry-wet paddy field with settlement and forest establish the spatial concept as a paddy cultural landscape. Ngarawunan and pamageran events have mutual coexistence. The combination of the two basic mentalities of dry-wet paddy field community, especially the wet paddy filed in the ngarawunan shows the spatial concept without borders. Meanwhile, the mentality of the dry field community in pamageran presents the concepts of boundary or territory. Both are side by side and complement each other harmoniously. These original spatial concepts which eventually have become the indigenous spatial concept of Kasepuhan Ciptagelar community is still sustained up to present.