International Journal of Information Engineering and Electronic Business (IJIEEB)

ISSN: 2074-9023 (Print)

ISSN: 2074-9031 (Online)

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb

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IJIEEB Vol. 16, No. 2, Apr. 2024

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Analysis of Work Environment, Communication to Motivation, and its Impact on Employee Performance after the Covid-19 Pandemic in PT Givaudan Indonesia

By Edwin Syarip Ahmad Juwaini Popy Novita Pasaribu

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2024.02.01, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2024

This study was based on changes in the work environment, from a pandemic to a post-pandemic state where employee performance began to increase. This study aimed to analyze the performance of employees who have improved based on environmental factors and communication through motivation as a mediator variable. This study was quantitative descriptive research with data collection using questionnaires. The population was employees of PT. Givaudan Indonesia, as an observation unit referred to as census techniques. Data analysis used Partial Least Square (PLS) based on the Structural Equation Model (SEM). The result of the study was the work environment has a positive and significant effect on motivation. The work environment has a positive but not significant effect on employee performance. Communication has a positive but not significant effect on motivation. Communication has a positive and significant effect on employee performance. Motivation has a negative and insignificant effect on employee performance. The work environment has a negative and insignificant effect on employee performance through motivation. Communication negatively and insignificantly affects employee performance through motivation. The work environment and communication simultaneously have a positive and significant effect on motivation. Work environment and communication as well as motivation simultaneously have a positive and significant effect on employee performance. The conclusion of this study shows that the work environment and communication affect performance, while motivation does not affect employee performance.

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An Exploratory Research on Indian Digital Payment

By Jitendra Singh Darvinder Kumar

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2024.02.02, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2024

In order to achieve the aim of a cashless society, Indian government is patronizing and encouraging the usage of digital payment. In this work, an exploratory study related to digital payment using ‘credit and debit card’ and at ‘point of sales’ have been carried out considering several dimensions by drawing the inferences from the existing datasets. Inference related to ‘cards growth rate’ proved instrumental during study and presented the deep insight on the growth trend. Further, this work presents the popular digital payment modes, and comparisons among them is drawn to present the distinct features that justify the suitability of one over the other. Results revealed unprecedented emergence of COVID-19 had adverse impact on the overall growth of digital payment systems. This work will be profoundly helpful to the stakeholders involved in digital payment industry, and policy making to deeply understand the digital payment trend and formulate the futuristic policies. 

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Security Analysis in Online Transaction Systems: A Proposed Framework

By Rakin S. Aftab Md. Kais K. Emon Sanjana F. Anny Durjoy Sarker Md. Mazid-Ul-Haque

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2024.02.03, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2024

The safety of online transactions is paramount in the modern world, mainly since technology develops at a dizzying rate. This study aims to shed light on the numerous threats that users of online transaction systems face. The study used a mixed-methods research strategy to investigate the experiences and perspectives of 400 individuals from various backgrounds. Worryingly, the results show a significant knowledge gap on the many types of cyber hazards. The research reveals a troubling lack of awareness about various cyber risks, including fraud, phishing, and identity theft. It highlights the user’s common functional difficulties. The study proposes a novel framework named COTSEF: A Comprehensive Framework for Enhancing Security in Online Transactions to enhance online transaction security alongside these findings. This comprehensive framework aims to provide a safer and more dependable environment for online commerce by mitigating the identified risks and challenges. The demographic breakdown of the users is also investigated, with the results indicating the increased vulnerability of some age groups and professions to various hazards. It also highlights the need for educational activities to address the significant need for more awareness about data protection rules. The study is a critical resource for policymakers, corporations, and educational institutions, offering actionable insights for developing more secure and user-friendly online transaction systems.

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Unified Domain Adaptation with Discriminative Features and Similarity Preservation

By Obsa Gilo Jimson Mathew Samrat Mondal

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2024.02.04, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2024

In visual domain adaptation, the goal is to train effective classifiers for the target domain by leveraging information from the source domain. In unsupervised domain adaptation, the source domain provides labeled data while the target domain lacks labels. However, it is crucial to recognize that the source and target domains have different underlying distributions despite sharing the same label space. Directly applying source domain information to the target domain often leads to poor performance due to the distribution gap between the two domains. Unsupervised do- main adaptation aims to bridge this gap and improve performance. We introduce a comprehensive UDADFSP (Unified Domain Adaptation with Discriminative Features and Similarity Preservation) de- signed explicitly for unsupervised domain adaptation to tackle these challenges. Our framework focuses on incorporating discriminative and invariant features. We employ clustering with entropy regularization on the unlabeled target domain to refine the neighbor relationships. This step significantly enhances the alignment between the target and source domains, facilitating a more effective adaptation. Furthermore, we seamlessly incorporate discriminative features while preserving similarity in the source and target domains. We carefully balance the discrimination and similarity aspects by considering linear and non-linear data representations. Extensive testing demonstrates that learning discriminative and similarity features in the same feature space yields significant improvements over several state-of-the-art domain adaptation techniques. In a comparative evaluation, our approach surpasses several existing methods across four diverse cross-domain visual tasks and the Amazon re- view sentiment analysis task.

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Dark Web Monitoring as an Emerging Cybersecurity Strategy for Businesses

By Ashwini Dalvi Sunil Bhirud

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2024.02.05, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2024

The increasing frequency and sophistication of cyberattacks targeting institutions have necessitated proactive measures to prevent losses and mitigate damages. One of these measures is to monitor the dark web. The dark web is a complex network of hidden services and encrypted communication protocols, with the primary purpose of providing anonymity to its users. However, criminals use the dark web to sell stolen data, launch zero-day attacks, and distribute malware. Therefore, identifying suspicious activity on the dark web is necessary for businesses to counter these threats. 
An analysis of dark web monitoring as an emerging trend in cyber security strategy is presented in this article. The article presents a systematic review of (a) why dark web surveillance enhances businesses' cybersecurity strategies, (b) how advanced tools and technologies are used to monitor dark web data in the commercial sector, (c) the key features of threat monitoring frameworks proposed by researchers, and (d) the limitations and challenges associated with dark web monitoring solutions. In summary, the proposed work involves analyzing various sources of information related to the topic and presenting a thorough assessment of the need and challenges of dark web surveillance to enhance the security measures of businesses.

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PARADAJuan: A Web-Based Parking Lot Management System Designed and Developed Using Multi-Paradigm Programming Languages

By Ruth G. Luciano Angelito I. Cunanan Romualdo P. Mariano Edrain Nico A. Tavares Mark Reniel L. Jacinto

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2023.03.05, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2023

This study aims to develop a web-based parking lot management system using multi-paradigm programming languages. This application is designed to help parking lot owners in monitoring the ins and outs of the parking spaces including the income they generated from it. The researchers used multi-paradigm programming languages where more than one programming paradigm was employed. This allows them to use the most suitable programming style and associated language constructs to build the system. Specifically, the researchers made use of the following languages in creating the system: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL, and Flutter. The study utilized developmental research methods in which the product-development process is analyzed and described, and the final product is evaluated. As a result, the creation of the system has been successful.

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Two Proposed Models for Securing Data Management for Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Using Blockchain Technology

By Nafiz Ahmed Anik Kumar Saha Mustafa Ahmad Arabi Sheikh Talha Jubayer Rahman Dip Nandi

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2023.06.02, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2023

An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is a software application that serves as a centralized platform to streamline and automate organizational functions and share real-time data, facilitating efficient communication and collaboration. It provides an all-inclusive approach to managing and optimizing business processes, boosting efficiency, fostering cooperation, and giving an overall picture of how the organization is operating. However, the traditional centralized databases in ERP systems pose security concerns. Blockchain Technology can be an appealing alternative as it comes with immutable and decentralized data as well as enhanced security. This study focuses on two methods of securing data management in ERP systems: Organizing the distributed information using The Ralph Kimball data model and optimizing an individual block using Database Sharding. This study does an extensive examination to determine the effectiveness of both suggested strategies, comprising a detailed evaluation that highlights the benefits and limitations of both techniques. This paper intends to patch the security holes in ERP systems to safeguard sensitive data and mitigate risks.

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Diabetes Prediction: A Deep Learning Approach

By Safial Islam Ayon

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2019.02.03, Pub. Date: 8 Mar. 2019

Nowadays, Diabetes is one of the most common and severe diseases in Bangladesh as well as all over the world. It is not only harmful to the blood but also causes different kinds of diseases like blindness, renal disease, kidney problem, heart diseases etc. that causes a lot of death per year. So, it badly needs to develop a system that can effectively diagnose the diabetes patients using medical details. We propose a strategy for the diagnosis of diabetes using deep neural network by training its attributes in five and ten-fold cross-validation fashion. The Pima Indian Diabetes (PID) data set is retrieved from the UCI machine learning repository database. The results on PID dataset demonstrate that deep learning approach design an auspicious system for the prediction of diabetes with prediction accuracy of 98.35%, F1 score of 98, and MCC of 97 for five-fold cross-validation. Additionally, accuracy of 97.11%, sensitivity of 96.25%, and specificity of 98.80% are obtained for ten-fold cross-validation. The experimental results exhibit that the proposed system provides promising results in case of five-fold cross-validation.

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Web Based Student Registration and Exam Form Fill-up Management System for Educational Institute

By Md. Tofail Ahmed Md. Humaun Kabir Sujit Roy

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2022.02.04, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2022

Registration of new students’ academic information is essential for every educational institute to continue their education at every semester level and go through their whole student life. And this registration information is used when they do their form fill up of consecutive semesters. Nowadays, almost all educational institutes are using paper based registration and form fill up systems which is prone to many human errors and very time consuming for both students, teachers as well as other related administrative bodies. In this paper, we developed a web based application for academic purposes to control and save student registration and form fill up data that will be helpful for students, teachers and admin authority to make the process easier, less time consuming and error free. There are four main types of users who can use this system: student, department authority, students’ hall authority and administrator. The student can submit their registration and form fill up information by using a web form. Moreover, he/she can download their admit card and registration form after the approval of the concerned authority. The students also can be able to do other module activities. The hall and department authority can use the system to approve the students' registration, semester examination form and to provide the students' attendance data. In addition, the department and hall authority has a choice to see all students’ academic information. Moreover, the system administrator controls the system by managing (add, delete, update) student, hall and department authority, exam or registration date, subjects of a particular semester, notice board of the institute, module and programme data. The administrator can also add and remove the running and passed student data. The students also can pay their semester fees by using an online banking system.

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Sentiment Analysis of Review Datasets Using Na?ve Bayes‘ and K-NN Classifier

By Lopamudra Dey Sanjay Chakraborty Anuraag Biswas Beepa Bose Sweta Tiwari

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2016.04.07, Pub. Date: 8 Jul. 2016

The advent of Web 2.0 has led to an increase in the amount of sentimental content available in the Web. Such content is often found in social media web sites in the form of movie or product reviews, user comments, testimonials, messages in discussion forums etc. Timely discovery of the sentimental or opinionated web content has a number of advantages, the most important of all being monetization. Understanding of the sentiments of human masses towards different entities and products enables better services for contextual advertisements, recommendation systems and analysis of market trends. The focus of our project is sentiment focussed web crawling framework to facilitate the quick discovery of sentimental contents of movie reviews and hotel reviews and analysis of the same. We use statistical methods to capture elements of subjective style and the sentence polarity. The paper elaborately discusses two supervised machine learning algorithms: K-Nearest Neighbour(K-NN) and Naïve Bayes‘ and compares their overall accuracy, precisions as well as recall values. It was seen that in case of movie reviews Naïve Bayes‘ gave far better results than K-NN but for hotel reviews these algorithms gave lesser, almost same accuracies.

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Cybercrimes during COVID -19 Pandemic

By Raghad Khweiled Mahmoud Jazzar Derar Eleyan

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2021.02.01, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2021

COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lifestyle of all aspects of life. These circumstances have created new patterns in lifestyle that people had to deal with. As such, full and direct dependence on the use of the unsafe Internet network in running all aspects of life. As example, many organizations started officially working through the Internet, students moved to e-education, online shopping increased, and more. These conditions have created a fertile environment for cybercriminals to grow their activity and exploit the pressures that affected human psychology to increase their attack success. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the data collected from global online fraud and cybersecurity service companies to demonstrate on how cybercrimes increased during the COVID-19 epidemic. The significance and value of this research is to highlight by evident on how criminals exploit crisis, and for the need to develop strategies and to enhance user awareness for better detection and prevention of future cybercrimes.

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Binary vs. Multiclass Sentiment Classification for Bangla E-commerce Product Reviews: A Comparative Analysis of Machine Learning Models

By Shakib Sadat Shanto Zishan Ahmed Nisma Hossain Auditi Roy Akinul Islam Jony

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2023.06.04, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2023

Sentiment analysis, the process of determining the emotional tone of a text, is essential for comprehending user opinions and preferences. Unfortunately, the majority of research on sentiment analysis has focused on reviews written in English, leaving a void in the study of reviews written in other languages. This research focuses on the understudied topic of sentiment analysis of Bangla-language product reviews. The objective of this study is to compare the performance of machine learning models for binary and multiclass sentiment classification in the Bangla language in order to gain a deeper understanding of user sentiments regarding e-commerce product reviews. Creating a dataset of approximately one thousand Bangla product reviews from the e-commerce website 'Daraz', we classified sentiments using a variety of machine learning algorithms and natural language processing (NLP) feature extraction techniques such as TF-IDF, Count Vectorizer with N-gram methods. The overall performance of machine learning models for multiclass sentiment classification was lower than binary class sentiment classification. In multiclass sentiment classification, Logistic Regression with bigram count vectorizer achieved the maximum accuracy of 82.64%, while Random Forest with unigram TF-IDF vectorizer achieved the highest accuracy of 94.44%. Our proposed system outperforms previous multiclass sentiment classification techniques by a fine margin.

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A Review on Data Analytics for Supply Chain Management: A Case study

By Anitha P Malini M. Patil

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2018.05.05, Pub. Date: 8 Sep. 2018

The present study bridges the gap between the two intersecting domains, data science and supply chain management. The data can be analyzed for inventory management, forecasting and prediction, which is in the form of reports, queries and forecasts. Because of the price, weather patterns, economic volatility and complex nature of business, the forecasts may not be accurate. This has resulted in the growth of Supply chain analytics. It is the application of qualitative and quantitative methods to solve relevant problems and to predict the outcomes by considering quality of data. The issues like increased collaboration between companies, customers, retailers and governmental organizations, companies are adopting Big Data solutions. Big Data applications can be linked for Supply Chain Management across the fields like procurement, transportation, warehouse operations, marketing and also for smart logistics. As supply chain networks becoming vast, more complex and driven by demands for more exacting service levels, the type of data that is managed and analyzed also becomes more complex. The present work aims at providing an overview of adoption of capabilities of Data Analytics as part of a “next generation” architecture by developing a linear regression model on a sales-data. The paper also covers the survey of how big data techniques can be used for storage, processing, managing, interpretation and visualization of data in the field of Supply chain.

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A Review of Applications of Linear Programming to Optimize Agricultural Solutions

By Alanoud Alotaibi Farrukh Nadeem

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2021.02.02, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2021

Quantitative methods help farmers plan and make decisions. An apt example of these methods is the linear programming (LP) model. These methods acknowledge the importance of economizing on available resources among them being water supply, labor, and fertilizers. It is through this economizing that farmers maximize their profit. The significance of linear programming is to provide a solution to the existing real-world problems through the evaluation of existing resources and the provision of relevant solutions. This research studies various LP applications including feed mix, crop pattern and rotation plan, irrigation water, and product transformation; that have the main role to enhance various facets of the agriculture sector. The paper will be a review that will probe into the applications of the LP model and it will also highlight the various tools that are central to analyzing LP model results. The review will culminate in a discussion on the different approaches that help optimize agricultural solutions.

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E –Hospital Management & Hospital Information Systems – Changing Trends

By Premkumar Balaraman Kalpana Kosalram

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2013.01.06, Pub. Date: 8 May 2013

The rapid growth in Information & Communication Technology (ICT), and the power of Internet has strongly impacted the business and service delivery models of today’s global environment. E-Hospital Management Systems provide the benefits of streamlined operations, enhanced administration & control, superior patient care, strict cost control and improved profitability. Globally accepted health care systems need to comply with Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) standards of the US and that has become the norm of the Healthcare industry when it comes to medical records management and patient information privacy. The study is focused on understanding the performance indicators of Hospital information systems (HIS), summarizing the latest commonly agreed standards and protocols like Health Level Seven (HL7) standards for mutual message exchange, HIS components, etc… The study is qualitative and descriptive in nature and most of the data is based on secondary sources of survey data. To arrive at a conclusive idea of the larger picture on E- Hospital Management and Hospital information systems, existing survey data and specific successful case studies of HIS are considered in the study. With so many customized versions of E – hospital management solutions (E – HMS) and Hospital Information systems (HIS) available in the market, a generic module wise version of E – Hospital management system is charted out to give a clear understanding for researchers and industry experts. From the specific successful case studies analyzed in the study, the success factors and challenges faced in successful E-HMS implementation are highlighted. Some of the mandatory standards like HIPAA are discussed in detail for clarity on Healthcare system implementation requirements.

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PARADAJuan: A Web-Based Parking Lot Management System Designed and Developed Using Multi-Paradigm Programming Languages

By Ruth G. Luciano Angelito I. Cunanan Romualdo P. Mariano Edrain Nico A. Tavares Mark Reniel L. Jacinto

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2023.03.05, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2023

This study aims to develop a web-based parking lot management system using multi-paradigm programming languages. This application is designed to help parking lot owners in monitoring the ins and outs of the parking spaces including the income they generated from it. The researchers used multi-paradigm programming languages where more than one programming paradigm was employed. This allows them to use the most suitable programming style and associated language constructs to build the system. Specifically, the researchers made use of the following languages in creating the system: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL, and Flutter. The study utilized developmental research methods in which the product-development process is analyzed and described, and the final product is evaluated. As a result, the creation of the system has been successful.

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Web Based Student Registration and Exam Form Fill-up Management System for Educational Institute

By Md. Tofail Ahmed Md. Humaun Kabir Sujit Roy

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2022.02.04, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2022

Registration of new students’ academic information is essential for every educational institute to continue their education at every semester level and go through their whole student life. And this registration information is used when they do their form fill up of consecutive semesters. Nowadays, almost all educational institutes are using paper based registration and form fill up systems which is prone to many human errors and very time consuming for both students, teachers as well as other related administrative bodies. In this paper, we developed a web based application for academic purposes to control and save student registration and form fill up data that will be helpful for students, teachers and admin authority to make the process easier, less time consuming and error free. There are four main types of users who can use this system: student, department authority, students’ hall authority and administrator. The student can submit their registration and form fill up information by using a web form. Moreover, he/she can download their admit card and registration form after the approval of the concerned authority. The students also can be able to do other module activities. The hall and department authority can use the system to approve the students' registration, semester examination form and to provide the students' attendance data. In addition, the department and hall authority has a choice to see all students’ academic information. Moreover, the system administrator controls the system by managing (add, delete, update) student, hall and department authority, exam or registration date, subjects of a particular semester, notice board of the institute, module and programme data. The administrator can also add and remove the running and passed student data. The students also can pay their semester fees by using an online banking system.

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Development of a Decision Support System on Employee Performance Assessment Using Weighted Performance Indicators Method

By Terttiaavini Yusuf Hartono Ermatita Dian Palupi Rini

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2023.03.01, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2023

Employee Performance Assessment is a part of the Decision Support System. One of the decision support system methods that are most used in performance assessment is Simple Additive Weighting (SAW). In the SAW method, each criterion has a weight value to show the interest level. The determination of the criteria on the SAW method is subjective and the final result is on the ranked system and creates many problems. The study utilizes the Weighted Performance Indicators (WPI) method to solve the problems in the SAW method. The criterion is determined based on the respondent's opinion so that it will be more realistic to achieve the target. The population of the study is the employee of Indo Global Mandiri University which reach 30 persons. WPI method consists of 9 steps. The research result is shown that 4 employees has a performance below MSV and 36 employee has above MSV. The general value of the employee performance value = is 0.69. It shows that the performance of the employee at Indo Global Mandiri University is good enough. However, it needs to be increased, so that the target could be achieved. WPI method is easy to implement, it is not just limited to the employee performance assessment only, but it could be implemented for the other performance assessment, for example, human resource performance, finance, company, industry, system, etc.

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Cybercrimes during COVID -19 Pandemic

By Raghad Khweiled Mahmoud Jazzar Derar Eleyan

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2021.02.01, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2021

COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lifestyle of all aspects of life. These circumstances have created new patterns in lifestyle that people had to deal with. As such, full and direct dependence on the use of the unsafe Internet network in running all aspects of life. As example, many organizations started officially working through the Internet, students moved to e-education, online shopping increased, and more. These conditions have created a fertile environment for cybercriminals to grow their activity and exploit the pressures that affected human psychology to increase their attack success. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the data collected from global online fraud and cybersecurity service companies to demonstrate on how cybercrimes increased during the COVID-19 epidemic. The significance and value of this research is to highlight by evident on how criminals exploit crisis, and for the need to develop strategies and to enhance user awareness for better detection and prevention of future cybercrimes.

[...] Read more.
A Review of Applications of Linear Programming to Optimize Agricultural Solutions

By Alanoud Alotaibi Farrukh Nadeem

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2021.02.02, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2021

Quantitative methods help farmers plan and make decisions. An apt example of these methods is the linear programming (LP) model. These methods acknowledge the importance of economizing on available resources among them being water supply, labor, and fertilizers. It is through this economizing that farmers maximize their profit. The significance of linear programming is to provide a solution to the existing real-world problems through the evaluation of existing resources and the provision of relevant solutions. This research studies various LP applications including feed mix, crop pattern and rotation plan, irrigation water, and product transformation; that have the main role to enhance various facets of the agriculture sector. The paper will be a review that will probe into the applications of the LP model and it will also highlight the various tools that are central to analyzing LP model results. The review will culminate in a discussion on the different approaches that help optimize agricultural solutions.

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Finite State Machine Model in Jungle Adventure Game an Introduction to Survival Skills

By Reza Andrea Sefty Wijayanti Nursobah

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2021.04.05, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2021

Game is one of the big industries today and can be an alternative entertainment and fun for children and adults. Game can be used as an interactive and interesting learning media. One of the platform game development methods is the Finite State Machine (FSM). This method is used to adjust the behavior of the NPC (Non-Player Character) to guide the player through the game. This study developed an Android-based "Jungle Adventure" game with interesting gameplay to make the learning process very enjoyable so that the player is expected to be able to play while learning. Combination NPC with FSM will make that responses under certain conditions, and NPC will accompany player like a friend survival.

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Development E-commerce Information System of Agriculture in Samarinda

By Asep Nurhuda Aulia Khoirunnita Arika Rusli Dimas K. Umami Sri Handayani

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2022.06.05, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2022

Samarinda village is a village that is predominantly working as a farmer and has a wide range of agricultural products, in addition to the abundance of agricultural products there is a problem of marketing of agricultural products that do not have access to sell their agricultural products. Authors conducted research in order to increase sales and expand marketing in the Village Samarinda through sales system-based Business to the Business and method development using the Research and Development. The results obtained in the form of a web site that can be accessed to serve online sales transaction so that it can increase sales in the village Samarinda.

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Design and Development Employee Payroll Information Systems in Indeks Media Teknologi Inc.

By Ita Arfyanti Rajiansyah

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2021.03.01, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2021

The research was conducted to be able to develop an employment information system at Indeks Media Teknologi Inc. which later if this system is successful can help the company tasks when making employee payroll for each period. Research is carried out at Indeks Media Teknologi Inc.. The method of collecting data by interview asking questions related to the employee salary management system. By means of observation, namely making observations directly to the Indeks Media Teknologi Inc.. In this study, the system development method used is waterfall with the supporting software used are PHP and MySQL. The network topology used is a star topology. The results of this study are in the form of client-server based employee salary data management which can improve service and facilitate the provision of salaries for employees of Indeks Media Teknologi Inc..

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Integrating Asymmetric Cryptographic Digital Wallet for Online Services in Nigeria

By Theresa Olubukola Omodunbi Ayomide S. Akindutire Tolulope Moyosore Awoyelu Rhoda N. Ikono Ishaya P. Gambo

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2023.03.03, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2023

Online stores have integrated one or more payment gateways on their website to facilitate the transaction of goods and services. In the Nigerian case, many physical stores are moving online. However, there is a gap in the payment methods which have slowed down business due to limited payment methods, charges incurred on gateways, and insecurity of websites. This paper is tailored towards the security of online transactions, reduced credit card usage and yet accentuation of cashless policy in Nigeria. Inline with the above stated, this paper proposed a secured digital wallet using cryptography to proffer a solution to exposing confidential information to different sites and curb fraudulent actions. By means of qualitative and quantitative research approach, data on user transactions were collected through google survey forms on how often they make transactions, 91.3% shop online but only 48.1% shop very often and 55% of sample questioned security of online payment, from the quantitative facts above, a larger percent of people who uses financial tools in their shopping activities have more security concern which this study solely aim at. In response to the corncern in the preceeding clauses, a mathematical model was formulated to generate keys for the wallet using an asymmetric cryptography scheme to improve the security process while using an online service. Furthermore, wallet referred in this paper uses the fund preload techniques which limits how often users needs to swipe their credit card for an handshake with the commercial banks, the end goal thus strengthen the Nigeria cashless policy. This paper generated encryption and decryption keys from the extension of the Euclid theorem and implemented a system that can generate keys for fund and asset transfer with the crypto service. The system was tested using unit testing and alpha and beta testing to assert the aims of the research. The result showed that digital wallet usage reduces the exposure of sensitive information on funds and allows using the account on different sites.

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Problems of Regulation and Prospective Development of E-commerce Systems in the Post-coronavirus Era

By Alovsat Garaja Aliyev

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijieeb.2022.06.02, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2022

The article examines the application of e-commerce systems and technologies that have a positive impact on the development of the economy of the post-coronavirus period and the formation of appropriate technical and technological infrastructure for it, as well as promising features and directions of e-commerce. The physical and virtual opportunities created by e-commerce technologies for buyers and sellers are explained. The advantages of e-commerce in the international economic space have been identified. The functions of e-business models in accordance with the commercial stages of enterprises are explained. It was noted that the development of ICT has accelerated the process of transition from traditional commerce to e-commerce, led to the emergence of new global trends in e-commerce. These innovations have raised the issue of the application of modern ICT in the development of e-commerce on the platform of the 4.0 Industrial Revolution. Taking into account these factors, the presented article discusses the application of modern technologies in e-commerce systems, such as 3D modeling, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, big data. Features of application and regulation mechanisms of E-commerce systems in real economic sectors, which have a direct stimulating effect on economic growth in Azerbaijan, have been studied. Recommendations were given for the modernization and use of e-commerce systems with the application of the latest ICT technologies.

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