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International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842
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International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842
Issue 08, Volume 3 (August 2016) www.irjcs.com
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International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842
Issue 08, Volume 3 (August 2016) www.irjcs.com
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International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842
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International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842
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Information System FIFO for Publish Journal in Information System Department Faculty of Computer Science University of Mercu Buana

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Information technology has a huge impact in the growth of information in Indonesia, all activities performed using information technology. In activities Department Information System Faculty of Computer Science will certainly need technology information every day. Information System Department will require storage media digitally to save an entire journal Program Information Department, because the journal will become history in academic activities, as well as the use of accreditation will require to collect some journals have been created by the Faculty of Computer Science. In designing an application documentation journal FIFO method SSM (Soft Systems Methodology) with analysis OOAD (Object Oriented Analysis Design) by using modeling UML (Unified Modeling Language). The results of the research are documentation system journal made all academic activities to be efficient and effective and Information Systems Department has a history of the journals.

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Information System FIFO for Publish Journal in Information System Department Faculty of Computer Science University of Mercu Buana

  1. 1. International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842 Issue 08, Volume 3 (August 2016) www.irjcs.com _________________________________________________________________________________________________ IRJCS: Impact Factor Value - Scientific Journal High Impact Factor value for 2014= 2.023 © 2014-16, IRJCS- All Rights Reserved Page -23 Information System FIFO for Publish Journal in Information System Department Faculty of Computer Science University of Mercu Buana Sulis Sandiwarno Information System University of Mercu Buana Abstract - Information technology has a huge impact in the growth of information in Indonesia, all activities performed using information technology. In activities Department Information System Faculty of Computer Science will certainly need technology information every day. Information System Department will require storage media digitally to save an entire journal Program Information Department, because the journal will become history in academic activities, as well as the use of accreditation will require to collect some journals have been created by the Faculty of Computer Science. In designing an application documentation journal FIFO method SSM (Soft Systems Methodology) with analysis OOAD (Object Oriented Analysis Design) by using modeling UML (Unified Modeling Language). The results of the research are documentation system journal made all academic activities to be efficient and effective and Information Systems Department has a history of the journals. Keywords – Information System, Journal, SSM (Soft System Methodology), OOAD (Object Oriented Analysis Design), Efficient and Effective I. INTRODUCTION Developing information technology now very rapidly with the Internet technology has changed the perspective of a company to run their business. Information is a vital necessity in the role of activities and decision-making that will are affecting the development of an organization. With the information is accurate, complete, easy, reliable organization can win the business competition. Delivery and storage as well as information processing can be executed much more efficiently and effectively, both in terms of resources, time, energy used, or in other words, a computer-based information system and internet technologies can support all business activities of the company as a whole. Information Systems Department Faculty of Computer Science University of Mercu Buana is an educational university that moves using the medium of information technology. The need of information is very important for the recipients of the information, especially in the modern era. From the use of the system prior to all students, Lecturer and throughout the academic community is a good means in the utilization of information technology. Submission of information at this time certainly supported by computerized technology that is very good. The role of the system in the Program Information Department Faculty of Computer Science University of Mercu Buana will support all activities of the academic process, such as the existence of a journal documenting FIFO system that can be viewed by students and lecturer at the Faculty of Computer Science University of Mercu Buana. With the utilization of information technology is expected to all activities and tasks more quickly completed on time. II. LITERATURE REVIEW The system is basically a group of elements that are closely related to one another, which function together to achieve specific goals [8]. Documents are object recording information irrespective of media and form. Document is a container storing knowledge and human memory because the documents are stored all human knowledge and human memory [1]. Feature document can be divided into two characteristic traits are physical and intellectual characteristics. Physical characteristics according to the documents concerning the materials used to create the document, size, weight, layout frequency rises and the like. Intellectual characteristics according to the document can be seen from the objectives, content, subject, type, authorship, source, and method of deployment, how to obtain documents, authenticity, Definition discussions and the like. The physical properties of a document will affect the way the document is prepared or processed, document weight, size. The nature of the document will produce document textual and non-textual documents. Textual documents are documents that are presented in the form of written text to read.
  2. 2. International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842 Issue 08, Volume 3 (August 2016) www.irjcs.com _________________________________________________________________________________________________ IRJCS: Impact Factor Value - Scientific Journal High Impact Factor value for 2014= 2.023 © 2014-16, IRJCS- All Rights Reserved Page -24 Examples of textual documents are: books, magazines, dissertations, thesis, and catalogs. Non-textual document is a document which is presented in other forms, such as forms to be seen, heard, or a combination of both. Non-textual document is divided into [1]: 1. The document icon in the form of pictures, graphs (graphic), charts, posters, paintings, photographs. 2. The document sounds like voice recording, voice tapes. 3. Documents heard of view is a combination of images with sound, including the film, videotape. 4. The document is a material object in the form of smock objects. magnetic document which is the document that typically need to be read or run with the help of computerized media such as CD - ROM, DVD - ROM 5. The document is a mix of textual documents put together by the non-textual documents on the same topic. For example an English textbook comes with cassettes, games children accompanied guidebook. Use Case diagram modeling for system behavior ( behavior ) information to be made [ 7 ] . Use Case describes the interaction between one or more actors with the information system will be created. Conditions names defined use case diagram as simple as possible and easy to understand. There are two main things on the use case that defines what is called the actor and the use case. Actor is people , processes or systems that interact with the information system will be created outside the information system will create itself , so even though the actor symbols are pictures of people. SSM (Soft System Methodology) is a participatory methodology that can help the different stakeholders to understand the perspective of each stakeholder. SSM focus is to create a system of activities and human relationships in an organization or group in order to achieve a common goal. Think the system is a Tran’s disciplinary field that emerged in response to the limitations of the technical approach in the reduction process to solve problems [6]. Fig 1. SSM Model Stage 1 Finding Out - The investigator(s), referred to by Checkland and Scholes (1990) as "would-be improvers of the problem situation" try to understand, in as wide and holistic a sense as possible, the problem situation context and content. This can be done by the use of interviews, observations and workshops where organizational actors describe their work and the problems which they encounter. It is important to see this stage as a prelude to expressing the problem situation: a means of moving to a state of affairs where the situation is understood reasonably well and is capable of being expressed in words and diagrams, thus: Fig 1. Finding Out of SSM Stage 2 Expressing The Problem Situation - This stage involves the communication and validation of the investigator's ideas about the problem situation. A variety of tools can be used to achieve this; its purpose is to check that the investigator's ideas about the problem situation are shared by a wide range of organizational actors - some additional tools are described at the end of this paper.
  3. 3. International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842 Issue 08, Volume 3 (August 2016) www.irjcs.com _________________________________________________________________________________________________ IRJCS: Impact Factor Value - Scientific Journal High Impact Factor value for 2014= 2.023 © 2014-16, IRJCS- All Rights Reserved Page -25 Stage 3 Deriving Root Definitions of Relevant Systems - A Root Definition is a definition of the purpose of the system of human-activity. Any definition of purpose embodies some complex concepts, that are stimulated by use of the CATWOE described below. There are two steps involved in producing root definitions: 3(a) Clarify what the system is to achieve or change, using input-output transformation diagrams. Input-output transformation diagrams separate the various purposes of the system of human-activity. They reflect multiple perspectives, so it is a good idea to include as many people as possible, in providing these perspectives. Include people from all levels of management and work, from all areas of the organization (both involved in, and external to, your human-activity system). 3(b) Use the CATWOE framework to produce a Root Definition for each transformation. TABLE 1. USE THE CATWOE FRAMEWORK TO ASK THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: CUSTOMER: Who is the system operated for? Who is the victim or beneficiary of this transformation-system? ACTOR(S): Who will perform the activities involved in the transformation process? It is important to define a single set of people who are acting in concert here. If you have multiple sets of people, this normally indicates that you are confusing two or more transformations. TRANSFORMATION: What single process will convert the input into the output? It is important to define a single (not complex) transformation. If you havemultiple verbs, this normally indicates that you are confusing two or more transformations. WELTANSCHHAUNG AKA WORLDVIEW: What is the view which makes the transformation worthwhile? THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF THE CATWOE!!! Understanding this element communicates thereal purpose of the system from this perspective, so you should work hard at this part. OWNER: Who has the power to say whether the system will be implemented or not? (Who has the authority to make changes happen?) ENVIRONMENT: What are the constraints (restrictions) which may prevent the system from operating? What needs to be known about the conditions that the system operates under? Stage 4 Deriving Conseptual Model - Deriving a conceptual model is a method of analyzing the activities which need to take place in order to clearly define what the actors need to do in order to achieve the transformation. Stage 5 Comparing Conseptual Models With The Real World Stage 6 Analyzing Feasible Ad Desirable Change - At the end of the day, you will (probably) not be the person implementing the changes that you suggest. Bear in mind that the people involved in the system have to live with these changes and make sure that they are happy with them and consider them appropriate. Stage 7 Taking Action - At the end of the day, you will (probably) not be the person implementing the changes that you suggest. When implementing change, consider two cardinal rules of change management: 1. Do not try to change everything at once. Plan a set of incremental changes and reassess the need for change after each one has been implemented. 2. Involve the people actually working in the activity system. If you do not get their ownership and buy-in to the changes, it is likely that these will be a dramatic failure. Collaborative Learning has the function [ 9 ] : 1. The effectiveness of learning 2. Building a students' abilities learning build a model in solving problems Features of Cloud Computing Cloud computing has a number of new features compared to other computing paradigms. As for the features - features as follows [2]: a. Scalability and on-demand services: Cloud computing provides resources and services for users and scalable to resources that reside in the data center b. User- centric interface: Views on Cloud Computing has a free location and can access freely anytime anywhere interfaces such as Web services III. METHOD Of DESIGN Method of designing research to be carried out are: 1. Using the literature that has been linked to the research made 2. Database Design Application of FIFO 3. Describe the analysis of the current needs with the needs analysis that will come with SSM ( Soft Systems Methodology) approach beroeintasi object ( UML ) .
  4. 4. International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842 Issue 08, Volume 3 (August 2016) www.irjcs.com _________________________________________________________________________________________________ IRJCS: Impact Factor Value - Scientific Journal High Impact Factor value for 2014= 2.023 © 2014-16, IRJCS- All Rights Reserved Page -26 Database Design Application of FIFO : Describe the analysis of the current needs with the needs analysis that will come with SSM ( Soft Systems Methodology): TABLE 2. BUKU TAMU TABEL JURNAL NO FIELD TYPE DATA LENGTH ACTION 1 ID_JURNAL INT 4 AI (PK) 2 KODE_KATEGORI_JURNAL INT 4 3 NAMA_PEMBUAT_JURNAL VARCHAR 60 4 JUDUL_JURNAL TEXT - 5 DEFINISI_JURNAL TEXT - 6 FILE_DATA_JURNAL VARCHAR 100 7 TANGGAL DATETIME - 8 NAMA_ANGGOTA VARCHAR 100 TABLE 1. BUKU TAMU TABEL BUKU_TAMU NO FIELD TYPE DATA LENGTH ACTION 1 NO INT 10 AI (PK) 2 NAME VARCHAR 50 3 EMAIL VARCHAR 100 4 MSG TEXT - TABLE 3. FORUM TABEL FORUM NO FIELD TYPE DATA LENGTH ACTION 1 POSTID INT 20 AI (PK) 2 AUTHOR VARCHAR 255 3 TITLE VARCHAR 255 4 POST TEXT - 5 SHOWTIME VARCHAR 255 6 REALTIME INT 20 7 LASTPOSTER VARCHAR 255 8 NUMREPLIES INT 20 9 PARENTID INT 20 10 LASTREPLIEDTO INT 20 TABLE 5. LOGIN TABEL LOGIN NO FIELD TYPE DATA LENGTH ACTION 1 USERID INT 20 AI (PK) 2 USERNAME VARCHAR 20 3 PASSWORD VARCHAR 50 4 NAMA VARCHAR 50 5 LEVEL TINYINT 1 TABLE 6. KUISIONER TABEL KUISIONER NO FIELD TYPE DATA LENGT H ACTION 1 ID_KUISIONER INT 3 AI (PK) 2 PERTANYAAN_KUISIONER TEXT - 3 KUISIONER_A INT 10 4 KUISIONER_B INT 10 5 KUISIONER_C INT 10 6 KUISIONER_D INT 10 7 KUISIONER_E INT 10 8 KODE_KATEGORI_JURNAL INT 4 TABLE 7. NEWS TABEL NEWS NO FIELD TYPE DATA LENGTH ACTION 1 ID_NEWS INT 5 AI (PK) 2 JUDUL VARCHAR 100 3 BERITA TEXT - 4 PENGIRIM VARCHAR 30 5 DIBACA INT 6 6 DATE DATE 7 KODE_KATEGORI_JURNAL INT 4 TABLE 4. KATEGORI JURNAL TABEL KATEGORI_JURNAL NO FIELD TYPE DATA LENGTH ACTION 1 KODE_KATEGORI_JURNAL INT 4 AI (PK) 2 NAMA_KATEGORI_JURNAL VARCHAR 100 3 KETERANGAN VARCHAR 200
  5. 5. International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842 Issue 08, Volume 3 (August 2016) www.irjcs.com _________________________________________________________________________________________________ IRJCS: Impact Factor Value - Scientific Journal High Impact Factor value for 2014= 2.023 © 2014-16, IRJCS- All Rights Reserved Page -27 Fig 3. Conseptual Model IV. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Fig 4. Form Login Users Users can login, if users (Information System Department, Teacher and Student) have account for login, if users haven’t account users can’t login. Fig 5. Information System Department Manage News
  6. 6. International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842 Issue 08, Volume 3 (August 2016) www.irjcs.com _________________________________________________________________________________________________ IRJCS: Impact Factor Value - Scientific Journal High Impact Factor value for 2014= 2.023 © 2014-16, IRJCS- All Rights Reserved Page -28 Information From the picture above can be explained that there are two FIFO Documenting Applications actors involved: Information System Department and Lecturer and Student . Information System Depatment can include news then Lecturer ( Student ) can read the news and unable to feed back to the news that has been entered, the Information System Department can create categories of current journals , the forum program is a joint study Lecturer ( Students ) can interact communication , on page journal Studies Program can enter a new journal into the application and Lecturers ( students ) can do the download ( download) journal . Information System Department can input, update, edit and delete news. Fig 6. Information System Department Manage Category of Journal Fig 7. Information System Department Upload Journal After login, user (Information System Department) can input, update, edit and delete journal in the system. In the system Information System Department can look the Journal and Download, Information System Department also can manage all activities in the system (update, edit, input and delet category of journal)
  7. 7. International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842 Issue 08, Volume 3 (August 2016) www.irjcs.com _________________________________________________________________________________________________ IRJCS: Impact Factor Value - Scientific Journal High Impact Factor value for 2014= 2.023 © 2014-16, IRJCS- All Rights Reserved Page -29 Fig 8. Information System Department Download Journal After login, user (Teacher and Student) can download journal, after Information System Department upload some journal then Tacher and Student can download some journal from the system. V. CONCLUSIONS 1. How to design a FIFO Journal documentation system is web based and is therefore the result of this web-based system will be effective and efficient in terms of use. 2. With this system the benefits received by institution is as a means to find information regarding FIFO journals that have been uploaded by the Program in accordance with the category of the journal. 3. The report can be drawn from this system is the Program can view any journal that have been uploaded REFERENCES [1]. Basuki, Sulistyo. Teknik Dokumentasi .Rekayasa Sains: Bandung. 2004 [2]. Borko Furht - Armando Escalante, Handbook Of Cloud Computing. United States Of America: Springer, 2010 [3] Glenda Cox, Defining innovation: Using Soft Systems Methodology To Approach The Complexity Of Innovation In Educational Technology, University Of Cape Town, South Africa, International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), 2010, Vol. 6, Issue 1, pp. 5-13 [4] Hendri Hidayatullah, SSM Sebuah Pendekatan Holistik Untuk Kegiatan Aksi (Learning For Actions), Jurnal Sosiologi Islam, Vol. 1, No. 2, Oktober 2011. ISSN : 2089 -0192 [5] Ho-Leung Tsoi, Logical Soft System Methodology For Education Programme Development, Caritas Francis Hsu College, Hong Kong [6]. Soft SystemMethodology, http://cci.drexel.edu/faculty/sgasson/SSM/Process.html [7]. Rosa A.S–M.Shalahuddin, Modul Pembelajaran Rekayasa Perangkat Lunak (Terstruktur dan Berorientasi Objek). Bandung: Modula, 2011 [8] Sutabri, Tata, Analisis Sistem Informasi, Penerbit CV Andi Offset, Jakarta 2012 [9] Tim.S. Roberts, Computer – Supported Collaborative Learning In Higher Education, IDEA – Group Publishing, United States of America, 2005 [10] Tonya Barrier, Ph. D, Human Computer Interaction Development and Management, IRM Press Publisher of Innovative Scholarly and Professional Information Technology Titles In The Cyberage, United States of America, 2002

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