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Swiss German University is a government and privately sponsored university for the ASEAN region. SGU is located on BSD City, Java, Indonesia.The Foundation , which was established in the year 2000, is a joint effort between Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Indonesia. Wikipedia.

Sofianti T.D.,Swiss German University
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science | Year: 2014

Knowledge is asset to enhance the company's competitiveness. By managing knowledge, companies can improve performance in developing products and services to their customers. Many papers discuss the benefits, the process, and the success factors of knowledge management. However, discussion on its performance in B2B environment as a unitary system is still limited. Industrial distributors have customers at B2B level. It supports machines and equipments produced by manufactured by services. Industrial distributors sell the machines together with services to enhance value obtained by the customers from the machines. Services are provided starts from bidding process, ordering the machines from the manufacturer, delivery, installation, until the after sale stage such as maintenance. This paper promotes framework to measure knowledge management performance of industrial distributor in developing its service for the customers. The contribution of this paper is measurement framework of knowledge management in service development.

Umniyati Y.,Swiss German University
Journal of Physics: Conference Series | Year: 2014

The 8-spinor realization of the chiral Skyrme-Faddeev model to describe leptons is proposed. The lepton charge being identified with the Hopf index. Energy in the model is proved to be estimated from below by the Hopf index to the power of 3/4. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.

Gaol F.L.,Swiss German University
Journal of Computer Science | Year: 2011

Problem statement: Paper that written by Surachai Panich reported matching two fingerprints taken from small database of fingerprints. Approach: In this study we used extensive literature review and research publication. We also compare with some best practices that applied in the business and industrial field for matching the fingerprints. Results: Surachai Panich used his method only for around one hundred data. However, we found that in the recent research most of the fingerprint problems are explore in million of data. I found some of the literature review are quiet old. Since the advancement of Fingerprint matching is increase very rapidly so the comparison with the recent publication is a must. The comparison has to be in the experimental using million of data as the input. We do not find such experimental result on this paper. Conclusion/Recommendations: The paper should explore more in biometrics feature extraction for matching process. The biometrics have analogy to the use of physiological or biological characteristics to measure the identity of an individual. These features are assuming unique to each individual and remain unaltered during a person's lifetime. These features make biometrics a promising solution to the society. © 2011 Science Publications.

Suryajaya B.,Swiss German University
Advanced Science Letters | Year: 2014

SKK Migas implemented SOT (Sistem Operasi Terpadu) to allow SKK Migas system to retrieve specific information from PSC Contractor data source within integrated online system. It is expected that at the completion of SOT program, there will be huge transactional data that will be exchanged on daily basis, and without Data Mining, it will be extremely difficult to perform analysis. Meanwhile, this research will focus on poor data quality that may be resulted from poor data acquisition process, and how to improve SOT Data quality utilizing CRISP-DM methodology. This research found that the data contain some quality issues including missing values, negative values, useless attributes, and outliers that may affect analysis result and conclusion. At the end, this research proves that Data Quality Mining processes and algorithms can improve data quality, which expected to contribute to SKK Migas data analysis improvement. © 2014 American Scientific Publishers. All rights reserved.

Kusumocahyo S.P.,Swiss German University | Sudoh M.,University of Shizuoka
Journal of Engineering and Technological Sciences | Year: 2016

Silica membranes were developed and tested for the separation of acetic acid and water by pervaporation. Thin microporous silica membranes were prepared on a porous alumina tube by sol-gel method using tetraethyl orthosilicate (TEOS) as the silica precursor. Colloidal and polymeric silica sols were prepared by hydrolysis of TEOS. The pervaporation experiment results revealed that the silica membranes showed water selectivity towards acetic acid. The permeate flux and the separation factor were strongly influenced by the composition of the silica sols. For a feed concentration of 90 wt% acetic acid, the permeate flux varied between 0.016 to 0.91 kg/m2 h, with the separation factor varying between 3.7 and 324. © 2016 Published by ITB Journal Publisher.

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