Contoh Desain Slide Presentasi Ilmiah Kreatif dan Menarik #5

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Ketika saya mengampu mata kuliah permodelan sistem, di mana mata kuliah ini merupakan mata kuliah untuk mahasiswa tingkat 3, saya menugaskan mahasiswa untuk melakukan sebuah penelitian sederhana dengan menerapkan prinsip - prinsip ilmiah ke lapangan langsung. Saya juga menantang mereka untuk dapat mempresentasikan hasil penelitian mereka dengan tampilan slide yang tidak biasa dan menjemukan. Hingga akhirnya, inilah beberapa di antaranya. Bagaimana menurut Anda?

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Contoh Desain Slide Presentasi Ilmiah Kreatif dan Menarik #5

  1. 1. TEAM 14 Modelling Depok Town Square’s Parking System
  2. 2. THE MEMBER Aris Muzaqi (1306370171) Denny Kurniawan (1306370215) Edwin Satya W. (1406642776) Hutama Dwantara (1306448054) Nurfitriana Tri Utami (1306393105) Octika Adinda Putri (1306446686) Sayidul Fikri (1306370013)
  3. 3. OUTLINE Problem Definition Model ConceptualizationData  Collection   &  Analysis   Model   Construction Validation  &   Verification Conclusion
  4. 4. 1Problem Definition What : Antrian Where : Depok Town Square, Margonda When : Peak hour Who : Motorcycle user Why/How : Keterbatas fasilitas Antrian pada Peak-hour yang dialami para pengendara motor di Depok Town Square yang disebabkan karena keterbatasan fasilitas
  5. 5. 2Model Conceptualization FLOW CHART
  6. 6. 3Data Gathering And Analysis Data needed Arrival rate Service Time Searching time Our peak-hour assumption : on Saturday @ 13.00 – 19.00
  7. 7. PROVEN!! 4604 on Saturday
  8. 8. Arrival  Rate  DistributionLocation :  DETOS  Parking  Area Date :  Saturday,  26-­‐09-­‐2015
  9. 9. A Few of Service Time Data
  10. 10. Service  Time  and  Service  Rate Service Rate : 7 motor per minute With standarddeviation: 2.2 Service  Time  Distribution
  11. 11. Average Searching Time Per Block Parking Area Length : 90 m Width : 30 m Capacity : 1100 motor
  12. 12. Parking Time
  13. 13. Model Construction4 ARRIVALS
  14. 14. Model Construction4 ENTITIES
  15. 15. Model Construction4 LOCATION
  16. 16. Model Construction4 PROCESSING
  17. 17. 5Validation and Verification Spreadsheet Validation VS. From Spreadsheet Lq = 5.14 Wq = 0.86 From ProModel Lq = 5.14 Wq = 0.86 MATCH! VERSUS
  18. 18. 5Validation and Verification Running Traces The Tracing process is successfully ran
  19. 19. 5Validation and Verification Sensitivity Analysis The service time increased by 8,5 (previous = 8,27) second Then, the Average number of customers in the queue is increased to by 6,53 (previous = 5.14) So, by the changes of the variable, it changes the amount of the data to This makes it a valid model
  20. 20. 5Validation and Verification Extreme Condition Test (Minimal condition) 0 Arrivals = 0 data from the model VALID
  21. 21. 5Validation and Verification Extreme Condition Test (Maximum condition) Arrival frequency = p(1) sec The model still ran fully VALID
  22. 22. 5Validation and Verification Verification (using Debug)
  23. 23. 6 Conclusion 1. The peak time of the mall’s customer arrival is on Saturday, at 13.00 until 19.00 based on expert judgement and Historical Data from the parking vendor 2. Arrival Rate = 6 Motor/minute Service Time = 8,27 second 3. The average time of the queue is 0,86 Minute at the peak time 4. The length of the queue is 5 motorcycle/minute The capacity of the parking lot is optimal and does not need improvements (assuming the service time standard is 1 minute/motor and searching time is 2 minutes) based on the data we collected, our data is below those standards The parking counter machine is also optimal and does not need improvements. Because the automatic machine that works simultaneously and the amount of server is enough based on the model that producing the small amount of queue number
  24. 24. THANK YOU!

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