Putra, Agung (2019) SISTEM IDENTIFIKASI PENYAKIT KULIT MANUSIA MENGGUNAKAN METODE FORWARD CHAINING. Tugas Akhir thesis, University of Technology Yogyakarta.

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Skin diseases caused by fungus which is usually known as fungal skin spreads easily from one sufferer to other people in their surrounding. This fungal skin can spread through the air, or direct contacts of the sufferers and their worn particulars like towels, clothes, blankets and the like. Basically, an infected person or fungal skin sufferer often ignore the symptoms due to their busy activities so that most of them do not have time to go to the hospitals or community health services for a consultation. An application system to identify human skin diseases can help and ease the users to identify the symptoms of this disease. It can also help identify the solutions to care about the disease. This system uses forward chaining method, a method to search and advance trace starting from actual information combining with a rule to come to a goal and conclusion. With forward chaining method, rules are tested one by one in a certain order. If If a premise clause fits the condition or true, the process will result a conclusion. Based on the research result, the identification system for human fungal skin diseases using forward chain method can be applied well either based on blackbox testing results or accuracy testing result showing 90%. This application can help users to know their fungal skin diseases type based on the symptoms and system which give information about the symptoms and human fungal skin diseases. Key words: Diagnose, forward cahining, fungus, skin diseases

Item Type: Thesis (Skripsi, Tugas Akhir or Kerja Praktek) (Tugas Akhir)
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Teknologi Informasi dan Elektro > S1 Informatika
Depositing User: Kaprodi S1 Informatika UTY
Date Deposited: 02 Aug 2019 07:03
Last Modified: 02 Aug 2019 07:03

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