https://jitecs.ub.ac.id/index.php/jitecs/issue/feed Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science 2022-11-24T08:20:36+07:00 Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science jitecs@ub.ac.id Open Journal Systems <p><strong>The Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science (JITeCS)</strong> is a peer-reviewed open access journal published by Faculty of Computer Science, University of Brawijaya (UB), Indonesia. The journal is an archival journal serving the scientist and engineer involved in all aspects of information technology computer science, computer engineering, Information Systems, Software Engineering and Education of Information Technology. JITeCS publishes original research finding and high quality scientific articles that present cutting-edge approaches including methods, techniques, tools, implementations and applications.</p> <p><strong>published by Faculty of Computer Science, Universitas Brawijaya, Indonesia</strong></p> <p><em>8 Veteran Road | Malang, Indonesia - 65145</em><br /><em>General: (0341) 577-911 | Fax: (0341) 577-911</em></p> <ul> <li>online ISSN: 2540-9824</li> <li>print ISSN: 2540-9433</li> </ul> https://jitecs.ub.ac.id/index.php/jitecs/article/view/433 Big Data Review of East Java Community Compliance Index Against the Recommendation of Stay At Home During the Covid-19 Pandemic 2022-08-26T08:30:40+07:00 Firman Afrianto firman.afr@gmail.com Annisa Dira Hariyanto dirahariyanto23@gmail.com <p>The Covid-19 pandemic period provides a change in the framework of discovering community mobility patterns as the basis for determining policies to control the spread of the virus. Big Data then becomes one of the indicators in finding mobility patterns because, while doing their activities, the internet and social media users continuously carry out even when staying at home. The Indonesian government controls the spread by issuing the Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) policy in 2020 and the Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities (PPKM) in 2021 and 2022. East Java Province is confirmed to have the highest level of COVID-19 spread in Indonesia, so it requires a pattern of proper handling to control its spread. This study provides information on the compliance index to the stay-at-home recommendations during the PSBB and PPKM periods. Wherefrom the Big Data analysis and Nighttime Light satellite imagery, the highest level of compliance occurred during PPKM in February 2022. Also, in general, the compliance index of the people of East Java is increased.</p> 2022-11-24T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science https://jitecs.ub.ac.id/index.php/jitecs/article/view/436 User Requirements Analysis of Digital-Based Solutions for Supporting Disabilities using User Journey Map (Case Study of PSLD Brawijaya University) 2022-08-26T08:52:27+07:00 Yusriyah Rahmah yusriyahrahmah@student.ub.ac.id Ismiarta Aknuranda i.aknuranda@ub.ac.id Dian Eka Ratnawati dian_ilkom@ub.ac.id <p>Disability is any condition of the body or mind that makes it more difficult for the person with the condition to do certain activities and interact with the world around them. Persons with disabilities need assistance in various fields related to their limitations to improve their quality of life. Either area that needs to be optimized to fulfill the rights of persons with disabilities is inclusive education. Brawijaya University supports inclusive education by establishing an organizational institution called Pusat Studi dan Layanan Disabilitas Universitas Brawijaya (PSLD UB). PSLD UB provides peer tutoring services by involving non-disabled students (volunteers) to assist students with disabilities during academic activities. So far, the process of implementing peer tutoring has often encountered problems due to schedule changes or other unexpected activities, causing schedule mismatches between volunteers and students with disabilities. To fulfill disability rights, it’s necessary to have a digital solution in peer tutoring activities, while to design the solution it’s necessary to analyze the right user requirements. Therefore, the purpose of this research is to analyze user requirements to optimize user experience, so that developers can use it to develop peer tutoring systems. This study applies a User Journey Map to analyze user requirements to know the description of the user's steps in achieving the goal. The selection of respondents was based on purposive sampling technique with the criteria of respondents who had carried out the peer tutoring process. From the results of this study, it was found three main features that suit user requirements are automatic replacement, emergency requests, and list of available volunteers.</p> 2022-11-24T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science https://jitecs.ub.ac.id/index.php/jitecs/article/view/439 Qualitative Analysis of the SNS Role in Information Avoidance from the Perspective of S-O-R (Stimulus-Organism-Response) Theory 2022-08-26T08:58:36+07:00 Rahmania Kumalasari rahmakumalasari@student.ub.ac.id Diah Priharsari diah.priharsari@ub.ac.id Ismiarta Aknuranda i.aknuranda@ub.ac.id <p>Today, many people and organizations use SNS to disseminate information regarding COVID-19. However, information avoidance can still occur if users refuse to receive the information. Although previous research on information avoidance has been conducted, this research brings novelty by showing that the SNS design leads to information avoidance from the opinion and human behavior perspective. Therefore, this study analyzed the role of SNS in information avoidance from the perspective of SOR theory qualitatively. This research was conducted in Indonesia, which has the most significant SNS users on subjects who feel the impact of information overload and anxiety. It aimed to comprehend the phenomenon's effect on SNS users and the factors driving information avoidance. This research provided two contributions from the thematic analysis process. The first was to show the conceptual model of information avoidance related to the factors driving information avoidance and information anxiety from the perspective of SOR theory. The second was to provide knowledge about the impact of SNS on user behavior.</p> 2022-11-24T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science https://jitecs.ub.ac.id/index.php/jitecs/article/view/449 Multihop Routing Implementation On Fire And Gas Leakage Detection System 2022-08-29T13:39:49+07:00 Benediktus Kevin Mulia benkevin500@student.ub.ac.id Mochammad Hannats Hanafi Ichsan hanas.hanafi@ub.ac.id Rakhmadhany Primananda rakhmadhany@ub.ac.id <p>Fires in the house occur due to several things, such as an electrical short circuit, and another cause is a gas leak from the LPG cylinder. This fire is caused by a lack of security in the house and public knowledge, the dangers of gas levels leaking from LPG gas cylinders, the presence of small fires, and temperatures too high due to these. Fire detectors and LPG gas leaks are provided in the home environment. This detection includes preventive efforts before a fire occurs and can be extinguished immediately. The method of the fire and gas leak detection prototype using the MQ-6 sensor, fire sensor and DHT-22 temperature sensor is multihop routing. This method was chosen because of the large number of sensors used, and in this prototype, there will be five sensor nodes and one sink node. With multihop routing, the prototype of this tool can be placed in various places and is faster in detecting fires if they occur in homes. This method is also used because it can send detection results from one sensor node to the sink node to the website database and the delivery time between these nodes is very short so that fires can be prevented and handled quickly. The test results of the fire sensor used to detect fire obtained an accuracy of 100%, and the detection distance of the fire was between 20 to 100 cm. In data transmission, the number of nodes is 5. The data delivery result is the closest to the end node, the more considerable the amount of data sent, increasing relatively, from around 3017 milliseconds to 575387 milliseconds.</p> 2022-11-24T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science https://jitecs.ub.ac.id/index.php/jitecs/article/view/443 A Study on Sound Analysis Algorithm for Heart Sounds using YOLO Deep Learning Model 2022-08-29T13:53:57+07:00 Hiroki Tamura htamura@cc.miyazaki-u.ac.jp Praveen Nuwantha Gunaratne praveennuwantha@gmail.com Hiromu Takeguchi hi19025@student.miyazaki-u.ac.jp Hiroyuki Fukumoto k_hosp3@city.kobayashi.lg.jp Yoshifumi Hashiguchi yhashiguchi@densan-soft.co.jp <p>As Japan’s population ages, the demand for home medical care is increasing. And, as the demand for home medical care increases, the burden on medical personnel becomes a problem. One of the ways to promote home medical care is to spread the use of medical equipment in households. However, since some medical knowledge is required to use basic medical equipment, it is considered difficult to spread the use of medical equipment among general households. Therefore, it demands the necessity to develop a medical device that can give the same decision as a medical doctor by using an algorithm. In this paper, we study the construction of an algorithm for an AI stethoscope that can make the same decisions as a medical doctor. We combine a frequency analysis method using three features and an image processing method using an image that represents the frequency features by wavelet transform. Using the results of each of these methods, we aim to improve the identification rate through machine learning techniques. The Random Forest training yields an identification rate of 94.68 % on the dataset of this paper.</p> 2022-11-24T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science https://jitecs.ub.ac.id/index.php/jitecs/article/view/437 Dynamics of Urban Heat Island and Anthropogenic Emissions in Bekasi before and during COVID-19 Pandemic using Landsat 8 and Sentinel-5P 2022-08-29T13:43:09+07:00 Ramanatalia Parhusip ramanatalia.parhusip@ui.ac.id Iqbal Putut Ash Shidiq iqbalputut@ui.ac.id Jarot Mulyo Semedi jarot.mulyo@ui.ac.id <p>The rise in temperature in urban areas resulting in UHI formation is thought to be significantly driven by anthropogenic emissions due to human activities. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indonesian government issued the Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) and Community Activities Restrictions Enforcement (PPKM) policy. Bekasi Regency is part of the Jabodetabek megapolitan that applied strict PSBB and PPKM treatment during the pandemic. The decreasing industrial activity and traffic volume are expected to reduce air pollutants and thermal radiation. The research method uses processed satellite imagery from Sentinel 5P to get anthropogenic emissions concentrations (NO<sub>2</sub> and SO<sub>2</sub>) and Landsat 8 to get land surface temperature (LST). The results showed that Bekasi had a slight decrease in the concentration of anthropogenic emissions during COVID-19 pandemic 2020, then increased during COVID-19 pandemic 2021. The areas affected by urban heat islands increased steadily during the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, when the concentration of anthropogenic emissions rises, the UHI ascends.</p> 2022-11-24T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science