Analisis Pengambilan Keputusan Dalam Menentukan Mahasiswa PKL Menggunakan Metode PROMETHEE

JURIKOM (Jurnal Riset Komputer)

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Title Analisis Pengambilan Keputusan Dalam Menentukan Mahasiswa PKL Menggunakan Metode PROMETHEE
Creator Imandasari, Tia
Wanto, Anjar
Windarto, Agus Perdana
Description Every educational institution whether it school or university which is vocational based definitely requires student university to conduct field practice, not excepted to STIKOM Tunas Bangsa Pematangsiantar.  LPPM STIKOM Tunas Bangsa is one institution which manage activity in research and dedication to the society and become a place for the lectures of STIKOM Tunas Bangsa to develops the knowledge that they have based on the each of the knowledge discipline through research field. Recrurtment activities of PKL Students in LPPM STIKOM Tunas Bangsa  STILL DONE MANUALLY, SO IT COULD HAPPEN TO BE A MISTAKE (human error)  in choosing the student of PKL. The method which is used in the research is Promethee. Based on calculation that is done, there are two student who is deserve to be conduct PKL in LPPM, They are student 2 and 4 Which is based on the highest net flow value using promethee. The purpose of this research is to assist the LPPM in determining the students who will be street vendors in LPPM. This research is expected to assist LPPM in recruiting student PKL.
Publisher STMIK Budi Darma
Date 2018-06-13
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source JURIKOM (Jurnal Riset Komputer); Vol 5, No 3 (2018): Juni 2018; 234-239
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2018 JURIKOM (Jurnal Riset Komputer)

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