DSS for Selection of Coffee Plants against a Land Using ANP and Modification Of Profile Matching

https://doi.org/10.22146/ijccs.46490

Indra Pratistha(1*), Retantyo Wardoyo(2)

(1) Master’s Program of Computer Science, FMIPA UGM, Yogyakarta
(2) Department of Computer Science and Electronics, FMIPA UGM, Yogyakarta
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Based on BPS data, the growth of plantation crop production in NTB Province in 2011 to 2016 was recorded to have decreased by an average of 3.3 thousand tons annually. Coffee plants in particular are 0.1 thousand tons on average, the lack of public interest in planting coffee properly on land owned so that it impacts on land use that is not in accordance with its potential which will result in decreased productivity and erosion of land quality [1]. The first study of land suitability analysis for coffee plantations used a matching method in robusta coffee with a matching method producing a class (S1) of 0,46% [2] the second using a matching method on robusta coffee producing a class (S1) of 0,015% [3] These results indicate the ability of each land is different so that the results of the analysis vary. This study applies the ANP method and modified matching profile where the level of recommendations of coffee plants on the ability of land in East Lombok Regency through validation based on coffee production data from the East Lombok District Agricultural Service produces a match in rank 1 of 87,5% and 75% with non-modified profile matching.

Keywords


Plants; Land; ANP; Profile Matching; Land Ability

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