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Scirj Volume IX, Issue IX, September 2021 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th September 2021
Full Paper available from: 25th September 2021


ANALYSIS OF ANDROID-BASED MSME ACCOUNTING APPLICATION ON MSME ACTIVITIES IN THE AREA OF EDUCATION FOUNDATIONS AIRMADIDI KLABAT UNIVERSITY
Merry L. Sael, Jeane C. Lasut, Decire D. Wagiu, Harty U. H. L Koagouw

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to analyze how the application of Android-based MSME accounting to MSME actors in the Education Foundation area of the Universitas Klabat Airmadidi. The research method used by the researcher is a qualitative method with a case study approach that is based on phenomena and is explored logically in accordance with scientific principles. The results show that business actors have not implemented Android-based MSME accounting because they have not received socialization about MSME accounting applications. Business actors in their financial information still use manual records which basically only a small part is recorded. The application of Android-based MSME accounting can help business actors to obtain financial information about their business.
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IMPLEMENTATION OF ONLINE LEARNING DURING COVID-19 ON STUDENTS IN ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT POLIMDO
Kiet Tumiwa, Jolly Turangan, Ruhiyat, Roslina H.S.D. Limpeleh

Abstract: Circular of the Ministry of Education and Culture No. 4 of 2020, point 2 regarding the learning system without face to face directly between lecturers and students but carried out online using the internet network. Every lecturer must ensure that teaching and learning activities run well and regularly according to the Semester Lesson Plan. Lecturers can study together at the same time using personal computers, groups on social media, such as WhatsApp (WA), telegram, Instagram, zoom applications or other media as a medium for carrying out the learning process. The purpose of this study was to determine the implementation of online learning during covid 19 for students in the Polimdo accounting department. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative method, namely understanding the object under study, including information about the main phenomenon that is explored in depth. Data analysis techniques are carried out by searching and systematically compiling data collection, data reduction, presentation and data and conclusions through observations and interviews in the field. The results of the study show that online learning is very effective, in order to break the chain of the spread of the Covid-19 virus. However, there are some students who say that online learning is less effective / lazy because the internet network is often not good, so the lessons given by the lecturers are difficult to understand. Then, with online learning, students feel more independent, creative, save parents finances, and online learning is also a form of success in creating social distancing and minimizing crowds which are considered to have a major influence on the spread of COVID-19. As for other supporting factors, namely students feel that the free quota provided by the government every month is very helpful, even though sometimes the quota is not enough to use online lectures.
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INDUSTRY 4.0 IMPACTS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF RETAIL E-COMMERCE
Nogueira, Edithe Oliveira, Borchardt, Miriam

Abstract: Technological developments that have taken place mainly since the turn of the millennium and the convergence of applications in the technological, physical and biological areas have been some of the main factors for what is being called Industry 4.0. This industry revolution is based on principles such as interoperability, virtualization, decentralization, service orientation and, consequently, impacts on e-commerce operations, presenting several advantages in business strategy. However, it is necessary to understand which technologies should be implemented in the production process, bringing more efficiency and productivity, maximizing the use of technology, and what it can offer. Thus, the objective of this research is to identify and explore the effects and impacts of industry 4.0 on retail e-commerce. The research carried out has a qualitative approach and is of the exploratory type, whose data collection technique was the bibliographical research, looking for articles in the CAPES Database. The search results did not return articles that dealt with the themes together, thus, aspects of industry 4.0 and e-commerce were identified by different authors to then carry out some analyzes and discussions.
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Lung Cancer Radar: Augmentation and categories in diagnosis of lung cancer
Ahmed Mohamed Ahmed Hassan, Mohamed Mahmoud Bakr El-Tohfa, Mohamed Ragab Mohamed El-Morsy

Abstract: The crucial issue in dealing with lung cancer globally is the diagnosis process. for a poor citizen, it could take up to days to determine certainly that he has the tumor, and at this point it would be in the late stage. Plus, from every five people, two are misdiagnosed, and to complete the normal diagnosis steps it takes time, effort, and money; however, in the last decade, computer-based applications proved to be a valuable technique to solve this problem. So, it is decided to construct an application by utilizing artificial intelligence (AI), specifically Machine Learning, to solve the issue of diagnosis by focusing on accuracy and time as design requirements, by predicting if the patient has the tumor or not; besides, the application will determine what is its category: adenocarcinoma and large cell carcinoma; moreover, after testing and training the application for 30 trails (epoch) in the end-user version and using the augmentation technique, the accuracy reached to 94.21%, which is about 1.57 times that of human power. Plus, the time to predict the tumor type did not exceed 3 seconds. It is concluded that the application could clearly reduce the time, effort, and money, which are compensated in the diagnosis procedures, and still produces efficient results.
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Evaluation of Heat and Cold wave events over West Africa
Ifeka Adolphus, Balogun Ifeoluwa A., Akinbobola Ademola, Balogun Richard A.

Abstract: This study evaluated Heat and Cold wave events in the homogenous temperature regions over West Africa. ERA5 reanalysis daily minimum and maximum data from 1979-2018 were used as the surrogate observed data and Heat/cold wave events were calculated using 1979-2008 as a reference period. Results show that the retained four PCs explain 78.27% percentage of variance in the daily maximum temperature data for March, April and May. For the 1979-2008 period, 53.99% of variance is explained by the PC1, 14.52% of variance is explained by PC2, PC3 revealed 6.34% of variance and 3.42% of variance is explained by PC4. The retained four PCs explain 49.88 % percentage of variance in the daily maximum temperature data for June, July, August and September. 27.29% of variance is explained by PC1, 10.31% of variance is explained by PC2, PC3 revealed 6.28% and 5.80% of variance is explained by PC4 for the month of June, July, August and September. There are highly negative component loadings (<-0.5) which are located at along the southern Guinea savanna and the fringes of the coastal cities over West Africa for March, April and May (MAM) and June, July, August and September (JJAS). Generally, PC1 and PC2 depicted to be the major contributors in the temperature variations over the land, places with high PC loadings are expected to be hotter on days with high positive PC score and colder on days with highly negative PC score.
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Audible Vision: A New Developed Way for Deaf to Communicate
Mohamed Mohsen Radwan El-Tanahy, Ahmed Mohamed Abdelghany Sherif, Yahia Yasser Mahmoud Elnegeiry

Abstract: In our lives, we find many deaf people who are suffering from their disability to communicate normally with the society. Unfortunately, caring for them is less than many challenges we found in on our way. Deaf people can hardly communicate with ordinary people, and this causes a big problem for their lives and their education as they only use signs to communicate. In 2018, World Health Organization found that deaf people make up more than 5 percent of the world population, with 466 million. Especially in Egypt, the deaf in Egypt represents approximately 1.5 million people, not a tiny percent. As a result, this issue must be treated with a low-cost and efficient solution. Our Appropriate solution is smart developed glasses. We are using modern technology to display the human voices around deaf – as a form of writing– on an OLED display mounted within the body of the developed glasses. The whole system is connected to the mobile application to receive the voice from the speaker and send it, through Bluetooth HC05, to the system that converts the human voice into text using Google Voice Recognition API. The glasses have successfully met the design requirements (which are low price, high efficiency, Availability, and simplicity) and proved to be a reliable, practical solution for deaf people to communicate with the whole world and live their lives normally.
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ANALYSIS OF GENERIC STRATEGIES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MELBYLS HILL RESORT BUSINESS IN KUMELEMBUAY URBAN VILLAGE, EAST TOMOHON SUB-DISTRICT, TOMOHON CITY
Sicilia S. Panelewen, Rolina E. Manggopa, Selvie R.I. Mandang, Endah P. Haryono

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to analyze the internal environment (strengths and weaknesses), the external environment (opportunities and threats) and the application of generic strategies that can help MelbyLs Hill Resort, in the Mezel plantation in running its business, as a newcomer to a tourist attraction in Kumelembuay urbanVillage. East Tomohon sub-District, Tomohon City. The research method used by the researcher is a qualitative method because the data collected and the analysis are more qualitative in nature. Data collection techniques used in this study were interviews and observation. In this study, the researcher determined the informants by means of purposive sampling. Sources of informants used in this study are: Owners of MelbyLs Hill Resort, and people who are given the power to oversee the development of MelbyLs Hill Resort, as well as tourist visitors at competitors MelbyLs Hill Resort. Data collection techniques used in this study were interviews and observation. The stages carried out by researchers in carrying out this research, namely: preliminary survey, preparation of instruments, observation, interviews, collecting supporting data, determining and determining competitors, compiling the final report of the research. The results showed that competitors from MelbyLs Hill Resort were Puncak Tetetana, Tuur Maasering, Puncak Rurukan and Wale Tisiri. Analysis of the internal and external environment can be seen that the main competitor of MelbyLs Hill Resort is Tuur Maasering. The implementation of the generic strategy by MelbyLs Hill Resort can be done by implementing a comprehensive cost advantage, differentiation and focus on its business segments.
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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ORGANIC FERTILIZATION IN IMPROVING THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SOIL
I Made Sukerta, Ni Putu Eka Pratiwi , Komang Dean Ananda

Abstract: Low soil fertility and dry climate are factors that cause concern for farmers to cultivate mustard plants in the area. It is hoped that the improvement of the physical and chemical properties of the soil with the addition of nitrogen and vermicompost fertilizer will enable the successful cultivation of mustard plants in Nusa Lembongan. An experiment was carried out in the field in the dry land of Jungutbatu village, Nusa Lembongan, Klungkung, Bali, to study the effect of nitrogen dose and vermicompost on the growth and yield of mustard greens. The results of this experiment showed that the interaction between the dose of N and vermicompost had a very significant effect on plant height at 21 and 28 DAP, leaf area index at 14, 21 and 35 DAP, fresh and oven-dried plant weight total ha-1. Treatment of 138 kg N ha with 25 t of vermicompost ha gave the highest total fresh and oven dry plant weight ha (238.52 and 12.53 t ha-1, respectively). In this experiment, the optimum dose of N and vermicompost was not obtained. The relationship between the dose of N and vermicompost with the weight of fresh and oven-dried plants total ha was linear. The addition of N and vermicompost fertilizer increased leaf N content, levels of C-organic and N-total soil and improve soil physical properties. In this study, the optimum dose of both N and vermicompost was not obtained. From the results of this study, it can be suggested to use a dose of >138 kg N ha-1 with >25 t vermicompost ha-1 to obtain high green mustard yields on land with conditions similar to this experiment in the Nusa Lembongan area.
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