Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu
Bengkulu, Indonesia
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Darmi T.,Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science | Year: 2017

The western part of Bengkulu city is a coastal region approximately 525 km, along the coast lies the tourism object which become the flagship of Bengkulu province. Coastal tourism is made as the pre-eminent is Panjang beach. Management of two beaches has not been managed optimally, so that is not yet on the economy have implications for communities, the people majority are fishermen, the highest poverty levels of Bengkulu city. The purpose of this research is to examine the development capacity of resource management and coastal areas of Panjang beach should be able to increase income community along the coast. Research method is using qualitative research types with approach case studies, which can investigate and phenomena identify that occur, and explain how and why about the income community arround the beaches, using the instrumental case study. Determination of samples is done based on the purposes and research problems, primary data sources are collected by in-depth interviews, FGD, and secondary data source are collected by observation and documentation. Data relating to be interpreted set forth in proposition because the result of the organized with matching pattern competition. The study results indicate there has been no integrated and suitability management between province and the city; stakeholders participation in community empowerment on the coast has been optimal; leadership commitment related to enhance institutional capacity is too weak, and there has not been a policy of managing the Panjang beach Bengkulu based on information technology. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.

Hidayat E.,University of Indonesia | Lukman,Indonesian Institute of Sciences | Noprisson H.,University of Bengkulu | Sensuse D.I.,University of Indonesia | And 2 more authors.
Proceedings - 14th IEEE Student Conference on Research and Development: Advancing Technology for Humanity, SCOReD 2016 | Year: 2016

Along with the development of globalization, there is a change of values and way of life in local communities. That change had an impact on the loss of potential resources of traditional knowledge. Because of the important of traditional knowledge, many people from government, non-profit organization (NGO) and others attempted to document it into digital form. However, that activity is not fully supported by communication and technology (ICT) infrastructures, e.g. mobile technology, so that process of documentation was not coordinated and integrated well. This research attempted to develop mobile application based on situation in documenting traditional knowledge in Indonesia. The mobile application development was used CommonKADS as methodology with some modifications. As the result, mobile application is successfully designed and represented into six component models, i.e. situation model, agent model, task model, knowledge model, communication model and design model. Then, all models are used as basic to deploy mobile application to meet user requirement and solve problem that has been identified and defined at beginning of research phases. © 2016 IEEE.

Noprisson H.,University of Indonesia | Noprisson H.,University of Bengkulu | Zulkarnaim N.,University of Indonesia | Hidayat E.,University of Indonesia | And 4 more authors.
2016 International Conference on Information Technology Systems and Innovation, ICITSI 2016 - Proceedings | Year: 2016

This study attempted to point out the role of social capital and explicit as well as tacit knowledge sharing to build human capital of students in higher educational institution in Indonesia. The research model was adapted and inspired from Aslam et al.'s model, however, we modified knowledge sharing variable by dividing it into two types of knowledge, i.e. explicit knowledge and tacit knowledge. The data collection conducted by spreading online questionnaires to students in several higher educational institutions in Indonesia. As many as 420 valid sample data was used to test hypotheses by using structural equation modeling (SEM). The result shows that the influence of component social factor between tacit knowledge sharing and explicit knowledge sharing is different. The components of social capital that influence to explicit knowledge sharing are shared language, social interaction ties, norm of reciprocity, identification and trust. However, the components of social capital that influence to explicit knowledge sharing are identification, norm of reciprocity, social interaction ties, shared language, shared vision. Moreover, tacit knowledge sharing is more influenced to human capital than explicit knowledge sharing. The result of this research can be used as basic knowledge for system developer to define features of knowledge sharing system in higher educational institution in Indonesia. © 2016 IEEE.

Noprisson H.,University of Indonesia | Noprisson H.,University of Bengkulu | Husin N.,University of Indonesia | Utami M.,Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu | And 3 more authors.
2016 International Conference on Information Technology Systems and Innovation, ICITSI 2016 - Proceedings | Year: 2016

This research attempted to evaluate m-government implementation based on user perspective through qualitative as well as quantitative approach named mixed method approach. After conducting literature study, we defined System Usability Scale (SUS) as quantitative approach and dimension of D&M IS success model as basic for conducting qualitative approach. As case study, this paper presented the evaluation of m-Government named Qlue which is operated on mobile device to capture and response complaints from citizen in Jakarta. A total of respondent is 30 that is main user of application and worked as employee in government of Jakarta. The result of evaluation derived by analyzing feedback from questionnaire and interview to understand government employee opinion toward Qlue application implementation. Both of qualitative and quantitative results show that application had a low degree of satisfaction towards the usability and aspects to encourage user participation. © 2016 IEEE.

Putranto H.D.,University of Bengkulu | Hasibuan G.P.,University of Bengkulu | Yumiati Y.,Dehasen University of Bengkulu | Setianto J.,University of Bengkulu | And 3 more authors.
Biodiversitas | Year: 2017

As one of the endemic bird species, which inhabits on the west coast of Sumatra and southern Sumatra region, such as Bengkulu Province, Jambi Province and South Sumatra Province, Burgo chicken is recognized as a pet and a socio-economic symbol status for fanciers. The study aimed to monitor the dynamical distribution of male Burgo population domesticated by fanciers in three regencies and a city located along the coastal area of Bengkulu Province. The locations were determined by a purposive sampling method. By using the software in the form of online questionnaire program, enumerators conducted a field survey for 4 weeks in July-August 2016 by a purposive sampling in three regencies and a city, i.e. Bengkulu City, Seluma District, Bengkulu Utara District and Bengkulu Tengah District. The datas obtained in the field were connected and stored in the system provided on a page and could be accessed in a limited basis. Furthermore, the population datas were summarized and analyzed by using a Variance-Mean Ratio (VMR) formula to determine the distribution pattern of domesticated male Burgo chicken. The results showed that in the year of 2016 the highest population of male Burgo chicken (53.29% population) was found in Bengkulu Utara District as many as 89 individuals, while the lowest population (1.19% or 2 individuals) was found in Seluma District. Furthermore, it was also known that the distribution of domesticated male Burgo population in the coastal area of Bengkulu Province could be classified as negative binomial distribution or over-dispersed (VMR>1.0). The results of estimation of dynamical distribution pattern of male Burgo chicken population in year of 2016 in the coastal areas of Bengkulu Province was similar to the distribution pattern of mixed sex Burgo chicken population in Bengkulu Province in year of 2009 which was categorized as negative binomial distribution. © 2017, Society for Indonesian Biodiversity. All rights reserved.

Risnanosanti,Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu
AIP Conference Proceedings | Year: 2017

The main purpose of this study is to analyze the role of mathematical thinking styles in students' achievement in mathematics. On the basis of this study, it is also to generate recommendation for classroom instruction. The two specific aims are; first to observe students' mathematical thinking styles during problem solving, the second to asses students' achievement in mathematics. The data were collected by using Mathematical Thinking Styles questionnaires and test of students' achievement in mathematics. The subject in this study was 35 students from third year at mathematics study program of Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu in academic year 2016/2017. The result of this study was that the students have three mathematical thinking styles (analytic, visual, and integrated), and the students who have analytic styles have better achievement than those who have visual styles in mathematics. © 2017 Author(s).

Amin M.,Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu | Amin M.,Andalas University | Manjang Y.,Andalas University | Ibrahim S.,Andalas University | And 2 more authors.
Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research | Year: 2015

Extraction of the bark of Callicarpa arborea Roxb begins using maceration method with methanol. Subsequently used partition method with a variety of solvent in accordance with the increase in solvent polarity that is: nhexane, dikhloroform, ethyl acetate and n-butanol, sequentially separately. Results of phytochemical screening is phenolic, triterpenoids and coumarin compounds. Test the antioxidant activity using DPPH assay method against all extracts, giving the results: for hexane (IC50 =304.373, very weak), dichloromethana (IC50 =88.931, strong), ethyl acetate (IC50 = 4.578, very strong) and butanol extract (IC50 = 5.587, very strong). © 2015, Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research. All rights reserved.

Ganefianti D.W.,University of Bengkulu | Fahrurrozi F.,University of Bengkulu | Armadi Y.,Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu
Sabrao Journal of Breeding and Genetics | Year: 2017

The attacks of Yellow Leaf Curl Begomovirus (YLCB) have brought about significant yield decreases in many Indonesian chili pepper production areas. Breeding program to develop resistant varieties since 2008 has produced five potential high yielding chili pepper hybrids that resistant to YCLB attacks. Series of adaptation testing to determine agronomical performances of respective hybrids have been conducted, including to evaluate its performance at the lowland environments. The objective of this research was to determine the performance of five chili pepper hybrids at three types of soil in lowland environments. Three separated experiments, in organosol, ultisol and regosol, were repeatedly conducted in 2013 and 2014. The experiments were arranged in Randomized Complete Block Design with four replications and was nested in the soil types. Plant materials were five genotypes of chili peppers (H13, H23, H43, H53, and H73) compared with an antecedent of P3 and two commercial varieties of IPBCH3 and Tilala. Results concluded that H23 hybrid have better fruit length, fruit diameter, fruit weight per fruit, fruit weight per plant than other comparing varieties. Chili pepper hybrids grown in organosol have higher yield performances compared to those grown in ultisol and regosol. Although H23 hybrid is suitable to organosol, ultisol and regosol, the best productivity of H23 takes place in organosol. © Society for the Advancement of Breeding Research in Asia and Oceania (SABRAO) 2017.

Nurhaita,Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu | Jamarun N.,Andalas University | Warly L.,Andalas University | Zain M.,Andalas University
Media Peternakan | Year: 2010

This research aimed to evaluate the effect of S, P minerals and cassava leaves supplementation on utilization of ammoniated palm oil leaves in rumen sheep. The research used randomized block design with five rations as treatments and four groups as replication. The treatments were A= grass as control; B= ammoniated palm oil leaves; C= ammoniated palm oil leaves + 0.4% S and 0.27% P; D= ammoniated palm oil leaves + 5% cassava leaves; and E= ammoniated palm oil leaves +y 0.4% S, 0.27% P and 5% cassava leaves. The parameters measured were dry matter intake and digestibility of dry matter and fiber fraction (NDF, ADF, cellulose, and hemicelluloses). Dietary treatments had not significant effect on dry matter intake but significantly increased dry matter and fiber fraction digestibility, especially ADF. Diet E indicated the highest digestibility which supplied the entire nutrient required to growth and optimize activities of rumen microbes.

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