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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Career Model In Information And Communication Technology Informatics Based On Expert Systems

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B. Herawan Hayadi, Nizwardi Jalinus, Kasman Rukun, Jalius Jama, Wakhinuddin, Dedy Irfan



Expert System, Forward Chaining, Career Informatics and ICT.



Expert Systems were built in building an application program in helping Informatics students in determining their work and future careers that were suitable for Informatics to fit their expertise by leading to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Where in determining the field of work and future career, it was seen from his expertise at the time of lecture, especially in mastering the material in each course arranged in the form of Semester Learning Plans in each course which was cared for by a Lecturer who was an expert in their field. With the Semester Learning Plan, students must complete their learning and have a graduated standard that is determined or agreed upon such as values 80-100, where the value will affect the cumulative achievement index. After the rules were established, a rule was established to determine the rules in determining the database of expert systems by using the forward chaining method so that it could be executed with a program in this case Desktop-based Visual Basic (VB).



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