Penerapan Algoritma C4.5 pada Analisis Kerusakan Barang Jadi (Studi Kasus: PT Kayu Lapis Asli Murni)

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Title Penerapan Algoritma C4.5 pada Analisis Kerusakan Barang Jadi (Studi Kasus: PT Kayu Lapis Asli Murni)
Description A Data mining is the activity that includesthe collection, the use of historical data to discoverregularity, patterns and relationship in a large data set.The usefulness of data mining is to specify a pattern to befound in the data mining task. The presences of data miningis motivated by the problem of data explosion which hadbeen experienced lately these day where many organizationor company collect so many years of data (purchasing data,sales data, damage data item, transaction data, and so on).In this paper data mining methods been used to analyze thedamage data of finished products, with the goal of producinga pattern of the damage product. Based on the pattern fromproduct’s damage, can be see and the aspects that affect tothe damaged product. The purpose of this study is to showinformation about the relationship of damage data of finishedgoods using C4.5 algorithms in PT. Kayu Lapis Asli Murni,and display results in the form of a decision tree mining.Index Terms—data mining, C4.5 algorithms, decisiontree, damage data of finished products, PT. Kayu Lapis AsliMurni
Publisher Jurnal Sistem Komputer
ULTIMA Computing
Date 2016-08-22
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Format application/pdf
Source Jurnal Sistem Komputer; Vol 7, No 1 (2015): Ultima Computing
ULTIMA Computing; Vol 7, No 1 (2015): Ultima Computing
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