Pemodelan topik pada dokumen paten terkait pupuk di Indonesia berbasis Latent Dirichlet Allocation
Introduction. Fertilizer is one of the most important production factors in the world of agriculture. It is crucial to increase the capacity of technology related to fertilizers. Analysis of patent documents can be one way to analyze technological developments, especially fertilizers.
Data Collection Methods. The data used in this research are metadata, especially the title and abstract of a patent document in Indonesia. With the keyword "fertilizer," Patent metadata was processed in the 1945-2017 period.
Data Analysis. The LDA model can provide a reasonable interpretation regarding topic modeling based on text data.
Results and Discussion. The results find that degree of the patent title is better than the abstract of the patent. The LDA approach can adequately separate the topics of fertilizer patent technology so that it does not have multiple interpretations.
Conclusion. Based on the findings, there are nine essential topics in the development of fertilizer technology. There is a phenomenon of the lack of technology collaboration between IPC technology sections.
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