Monday, March 20, 2017

Quiz Strategi Algoritma


Quiz                         : Strategi Algoritma
Sifat                          : Open Book

Soal I.
1.      Diberikan data sebagai berikut :
W1 = 4
P1 = 22
W2 = 7
P2 = 32
W3 = 12
P3 = 52
W4 = 7
P4 = 12
Jika ditentukan kapasitas K adalah 16
a)      Buat langkah-langkah pencarian solusi 0/1 Knapsack secara Exhaustive Search
b)      Tentukan himpunan bagian objek yang memberikan keuntungan maksimum
2.      Diberikan data mengacu pada gambar sebagai berikut :

Gambar 2 TPS Rumah
Diketahui N=5, start route adalah dari School, buat analisis route TPS dengan Algoritma Brute Force (Exhaustive Search), dan tentukan rute terpendek.


Soal II. (Coding on the spot)
Algoritma Brute Force bersifat lempang untuk pencarian beruntun (Sequential Search). Diberikan senarai yag berisi n buah bilangan bulat(a1,a2,…,an). Carilah nilai x di dalam senarai tersebut. Jika X ditemukan maka keluarannya adalah indeks elemen senarai, jika X tidak ditemukan, maka keluarannya adalah -1. Buat program lengkap menggunakan Procedure input .














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Quiz Business Intelligence

Sifat : Open Book
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1. Analisis oleh saudara langkah-langkah dalam project planning dalam  
    mengimplementasikan Business Intteligence mengacu pada “Business Intelligence  
    Roadmap_”
2. Rancang database OLTP untuk proses bisnis berikut ini :
  "PT. Aditra Karya Perkasa adalah IT Konsultan yang memberikan jasa pembuatan aplikasi
   berbasis web dan mobile, selain itu perusahaan ini pun memberikan jasa pelatihan /training
   untuk instansi-intansi pemerintah maupun swasta khususnya dalam bidang teknologi dan informasi.
3. Buat database OLAP dari soal no. 2 diatas
4. Buat salah program transformasi untuk salah satu dimensi yang dibuat. (Buat menggunakan software Pentaho CE, dan DBMS MySql). *









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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Business Intelligence Group

Berikut dilampirkan materi Business Intelligence untuk tugas resume dan presentasi individual.

Tugas Individual Resume dan presentasi TextBook “BI Roadmap_”
Text Book : “ Business Intelligence Roadmap_The complete Project Lifecycle for DSS Applications”

here is the link :




Materi diresume dan dipresentasikan mulai Sabtu depan tanggal 18/3/2017.

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Pre-test : Business Intelligence

Buat Project Planning dengan asumsi akan membangun Project Business Intelligence di tempat kerja mahasiswa masing-masing, mengacu pada 8 indikator berikut.
The project planning activities do not need to be performed linearly. Figure 3.8 indicates which activities can be performed concurrently. The list below briefly describes the activities associated with Step 3, Project Planning.
1. Determine the project requirements.
You may have already prepared the objectives for the project and some highlevel requirements for the proposed scope during Step 1, Business Case Assessment. However, most likely they are not of sufficient detail to start the planning process. As part of the scope definition, review and revise the
following requirements: data, functionality (reports and queries), and infrastructure (technical and nontechnical).
2.Determine the condition of the source files and databases.
You can neither complete the project schedule nor commit to a delivery date without a good understanding of the condition of the source files and databases. Take some time to review the data content of these operational files and databases. Although you will perform detailed source data analysis during Step 5, Data Analysis, right now you need to glean just enough information to make an educated guess about the effort needed for data cleansing.
3. Determine or revise the cost estimates.
Detailed cost estimates must include hardware and network costs as well as purchase prices and annual maintenance fees for tools. In addition, you must ascertain the costs for contractors, consultants, and training. A more indirect cost is associated with the learning curve for the business and IT staff members. Remember to factor that into the cost estimates as well as the time estimates.
4. Revise the risk assessment.
Review and revise the risk assessment performed during Step 1, Business Case Assessment (or perform a risk assessment now if you skipped that step). Rank each risk on a scale of 1 to 5 according to the severity of its impact on the BI project, with 1 indicating low impact and 5 indicating high impact. Similarly, rank the likelihood of each risk materializing, with 1 being "probably won't happen" and 5 being "we can almost count on it."
5.Identify critical success factors.
A critical success factor is a condition that must exist for the project to have a high chance for success. Some common critical success factors are a proactive and very supportive business sponsor, full-time involvement of a business representative, realistic budgets and schedules, realistic expectations, and a core team with the right skill set.
6. Prepare the project charter.
The project charter is similar to a scope agreement, a document of understanding, or a statement of work. However, the project charter is much more detailed than the usual 3-to 4-page general overview of the project that contains only a brief description of resources, costs, and schedule. The project charter is a 20-to 30-page document developed by the core team, which includes the business representative. Present the project charter and the project plan to the business sponsor for approval.
7. Create a high-level project plan.
Project plans are usually presented in the form of a Gantt chart that shows activities, tasks, resources, dependencies, and effort mapped out on a calendar (Figure 3.7). Some project managers also create Pert charts, which show the graphic representation of the CPM on the calendar.
8. Kick off the project.
Once you have planned the project, assigned the resources, and scheduled the training, you are ready to kick off the project. This is usually accomplished with an orientation meeting for the entire team (the core team members as well as the extended team members). Project kickoff should also include setting up communication channels (e.g., newsletters, e-mails, Web pages) with the rest of the organization to keep stakeholders and interested parties up-to-date on the project's progress.
here is the picture of 3.8
Individual test : Try to implement the steps of Project Planning   in your job.

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Friday, February 24, 2017

Join "Logika Informatika" Group

This group is created to share some lessons about "Logika Informatika".
Here is the link Logika Ifnormatika

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Saturday, February 18, 2017

Join "Strategi Algoritma" group

Strategi dan Algoritma consists of some strategy such as Brute Fore, Divide and conquer an many other algortihms. Well..here is the link.

Strategi Algoritma

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