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Remote sensing technology for disaster mitigation and regional infrastructure planning in urban area: a review Dimyati, Muhammad; Fauzy, Akhmad; Putra, Anggara Setyabawana
TELKOMNIKA (Telecommunication Computing Electronics and Control) Vol 17, No 2: April 2019
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

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A Very high intensity of regional development is ubiquitous in urban areas. Therefore, urban development requires a proper spatial development strategy in many facets, especially social aspect and disaster potential. The essence of social aspect lies in the prevailing norms and local wisdom that have long existed and become the basis of community life. Inducing various effects on infrastructure development, disaster potential has to be considered as well. Disaster mitigation measures can start with the use of continually developing remote sensing technology, which provides a basis for preparing sustainable development planning. The realization of these measures in urban areas demands specific adjustment to the environmental conditions. This study aimed to examine the capacity of remote sensing data to support disaster mitigation and infrastructure planning based on energy conservation in urban areas. The results indicate that remote sensing technology can be an option for sustainable development planning in urban areas.
Pengambilan Harta Wakaf Perpektif Hukum Islam dan Undang-Undang No. 41 Tahun 2004 (Studi Kasus di Desa Karang Anyar Kec. Jati Agung Kab. Lam-Sel Tahun 2016) Mukhlishin, Ahmad; Arifin, Teguh; Dimyati, Muhammad
Ajudikasi : Jurnal Ilmu Hukum Vol 2, No 1 (2018): Ajudikasi : Jurnal Ilmu Hukum
Publisher : Universitas Serang Raya

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According to Islamic Law, Wakaf is to give up land or other objects that can be utilized by the Islamic Ummah without damaging the Wakaf objects and to grant the Wakaf objects to someone or to a legal entity to be utilized for the benefit of Islamic Ummah. Based on Agrarian Law, wakaf is an eternal transfer of right. The consequence is that the land becomes institutionalized forever and the right to land can no longer be transfered to the other partie either by means of trading, exchanging, granting and so on unless there is a legal reason allowing it.his analytical descriptive study with sociological juridical approach described the fact found in the community of Percut Jati Agung subdistrict. The result of this study showed that the problematic of wakaf land registrationin in karang anyar Percut jati agung  subdistrict, lampung selatan District were 1) the community members living in Percut jati agung Subdistrict did not understand much especially about wakaf land registration and certification, 2) the wakif (the one donates the wakaf object) could not issue the certificate for the donated land, while the declaration of wakaf (donation) had been made at KUA by PPAIW, and 3) the personnel working of KUA or BPN was very minimal that many declarations of donated land at KUA or Registrations of the donated land at BPN have not been handled. In the process of donated land registration.The related parties are suggested to handle the wakaf cases more maximally and to socialize the land registration and land donation that it can create a legal awareness in the community members and they understand the importance of land registration
Digital Interpretability of Annual Tile-based Mosaic of Landsat-8 OLI for Time-series Land Cover Analysis in the Central Part of Sumatra Dimyati, Ratih Dewanti; Danoedoro, Projo; Hartono, Hartono; Kustiyo, Kustiyo; Dimyati, Muhammad
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 50, No 2 (2018): Indonesian Journal of Geography
Publisher : Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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This paper presents an interoperability of annual tile-based mosaic (MTB) images, as well as a verification of the validity of the model for the time series land cover analysis purposes. The primary data used are MTB image of Landsat-8 of the central part of Sumatra, acquired from January 2015 to June 2017. The method used for the interoperability validation is the digital analysis of three-years time series land cover. The classification was performed with four band spectral groups. Training samples are taken from the image of 2016. The results are then reclassified to improve the overall accuracy score based on Jefferies Matusita (JM) distance. The interoperability can be measured by the average of overall accuracy (AOA) score, namely Good (scores > 80%), Fair (70.0% -79.9%), and Bad (< 70%). The results show that the use of the groups Bands 6-5-4-3-2 performs the consistent accuracy level of Good with an AOA score of 86% for six classes object. Whereas the use of the groups Bands 6-5-4-3-2, Bands 6-5-4, and Bands 6-5 shows the consistent accuracy level of Good up to four classes object with an AOA score of 89%, 82%, and 81%, respectively. It means that the annual mosaic image of MTB model is accepted for the image interoperability with an AOA score of > 80% for six and four classes object. Thus the most efficient for interoperability is the use of Bands 6-5 to analyze four class object of land cover. 
Metode Penetapan Hukum Dalam Berfatwa Mukhlishin, Ahmad; Suhendri, Aan; Dimyati, Muhammad
AL-ISTINBATH : Jurnal Hukum Islam Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Curup

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Fatwa is the answer to the problem that arises, usually respond to contemporary things. This can be seen from a series of fatwa issued by the MUI. from the problem golput, cigarettes, pre-wedding photos, motorcycle taxi women and many other things. Fatwa is a very urgent case for humans because not everyone is able to explore the laws of the Shari'a. Or it can be concluded that the fatwa is an explanation of Sharia law on various issues that occur in the midst of society. Therefore, given the importance of the position of the fatwa, it should be done that the people do not ignore the fatwas issued by the Fatwa scholars born because of the consideration of the benefit of the ummah or mashalihul ummah, and in this paper will be discussed about the methods of law enforcement in berfatwa. One of the conditions for determining fatwas is that they must fulfill the methodology (manhaj) in teaching, because it establishes fatwas without regard to manhaj including those which are prohibited by religion. Establish a fatwa based solely on the necessity (li al-hajah), or because of the benefit (li al-mashlahah), or because the essence of religious teachings (li maqashid as-syari'ah), with no adhering to nushus syar'iyah, including the excessive group (ifrathi). Within the scope of the fatwa there are some important things that must be noticed by a mufti (giver of fatwas) and a mustafti (the person who asks fatwas) so that the resulting fatwa can be useful in solving a problematika. For the sake of perfection a fatwa of mustafti must use some method which must be consumed in solving problem which in ijtihadi at that time, like method bayani, ta'lili and termi.
The Improvement Of Student Learning Outcomes At SMKN 5 Jember Widhyawati, Yayuk; Dimyati, Muhammad; Sulaksono, Hary
International Journal of Social Science and Business Vol 3, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

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The quality of education in a school, one of which can be seen from the learning outcomes of its students. Student learning outcomes at SMKN 5 Jember can be measured from four factors, such as: learning environment, teacher competency, learning method and student absorption in receiving lessons. Based on the explanation above, the formulation of the problem in this study is how is the influence of the learning environment, teacher competency, learning methods and student absorption in receiving lessons on student learning outcomes at SMKN 5 Jember. This study aims to examine whether there is an influence of /the learning environment, teacher competence, learning methods and student absorption in receiving lessons on student learning outcomes at SMKN 5 Jember. The population of this study were students of SMKN 5 Jember 2017/2018 academic year. In this study, researchers will use accidental sampling. Accidental sampling is a chance-based sample determination technique, that anyone who happens to meet with a researcher can be used as a sample, if it is seen by someone who happens to be a suitable data source. In this study, researchers took a sample of 30 respondents, because this study uses multiple linear regression analysis SPSS version 16 application. Based on data analysis shows that the learning environment has a significant effect on student learning outcomes at SMKN 5 Jember. Whereas teacher competency, learning method and student absorption in accepting lessons do not give effect to student learning outcomes at SMKN 5 Jember.
Interpretability Evaluation of Annual Mosaic Image of MTB Model for Land Cover Changes Analysis Dimyati, Muhammad; Dimyati, Ratih Dewanti; Kustiyo, Kustiyo; Danoedoro, Projo; Hartono, Hartono
TELKOMNIKA (Telecommunication Computing Electronics and Control) Vol 16, No 3: June 2018
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

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To verify whether the annual mosaic image of MTB model is acceptable for further digital analysis, it is necessary to evaluate the visual interpretability. The MTB model is an effort to integrate multi-scene and multi-temporal data, to obtain a minimum cloud cover mosaic image in locations that are often covered by clouds and haze. This study is to evaluate the interpretability of the annual mosaic image for analysis of the land cover changes. The data used are the images of 2015, 2016, and 2017 covers a part of central Sumatra. Visual interpretations with a series of steps are used, starting with identification of the objects using interpretation keys, followed by spectral band correlations, scattergram analysis, and ended by consistency assessment. The consistency assessment step is performed to determine the level of clearness and easiness of the object recognition in the annual mosaic images. The results showed that the most optimal spectral bands used for RGB combinations for visual interpretation were Band SWIR-1, Band NIR, and Band Red. Based on the evaluation results, the annual mosaic image of MTB model performed the consistent results of the clearness objects and the easiness of the object recognition. Thus the annual mosaic image of MTB model of 0.02x0.02 degree tile is acceptable for further digital processing as well as digital land cover analysis.
Pengaruh Green Marketing dan Pengetahuan Terhadap keputusan Pembelian dengan Mediasi minat Membeli konsumen Sariayu Martha Tilaar di Kota Jember Dimyati, Muhammad; Kartikasari, Maria Dewi; Sukarno, Hari
e-Journal Ekonomi Bisnis dan Akuntansi Vol 5 No 2 (2018): e-JEBA Volume 5 Nomor 2 Tahun 2018
Publisher : UPT Penerbitan Universitas Jember

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Research aims to examine whether green marketing and knowledge influence on purchasing decision. Besides, it also aimed to analyze consumer buying interest mediation on green marketing effect and knowledge on purchasing decision of Sariayu Martha Tilaar in Jember City. Approach research used in this research is research quantitative, with a population of consumers Sariayu Martha Tilaar in Jember City. Sampling techniques used in this research was accidental sampling, with as many samples 104 people.The method of analysis the data used in this research was SEM (Structural Equation Model) analysis with confirmatory approach. Based on the research done can be concluded that variable green marketing and knowledge variables had significant influence on buying interest and purchasing decision, and buying interest had significant effect on the purchasing decision. Keyword: Green marketing, knowledge, buying interest, purchasing decision&nbsp;
Paddy field classification with MODIS-terra multi-temporal image transformation using phenological approach in Java Island Dimyati, Muhammad; Kustiyo, Kustiyo; Dimyati, Ratih Dewanti
International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE) Vol 9, No 2: April 2019
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

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This paper presents the paddy field classification model using the approach based on periodic plant life cycle events and how these elevations in climate as well as habitat factors, such as elevation. The data used are MODIS-Terra two tiles of H28v09 and H29v09 of 2016, consist of 46 series of 8-daily data, with 500 meter resolution in Java region. The paddy field classification method based on the phenological model is done by Maximum Likelihood on the transformed annual multi-temporal image of the reflectance data, index data, and the combination of reflectance and index data. The results of the study showed that, with the reference of the Paddy Field Map from the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), the overall accuracies of the paddy field classification results using the combination of reflectance and index data provide the highest (85.4%) among the reflectance data (83.5%) and index data (81.7%). The accuracy levels were varied; these depend on the slope and the types of paddy fields. Paddy fields on the slopes of 0-2% could be well identified by MODIS-Terra data, whereas it was difficult to identify the paddy fields on the slope &gt;2%. Rain-fed lowland paddy field type has a lower user accuracy than irrigated paddy fields. This study also performed correlation (r2) between the analysis results and the statistical data based on district and provincial boundaries were &gt;0.85 and &gt;0.99 respectively. These correlations were much higher than the previous study results, which reached 0.49-0.65 (hilly-flat areas of county-level), and 0.80-0.88 (hilly-flat areas of provincial level) for China, and reached 0.44 for Indonesia.