DECISION TREE C4.5 ALGORITHM FOR TUITION AID GRANT PROGRAM CLASSIFICATION (CASE STUDY: DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEM, UNIVERSITAS TEKNOKRAT INDONESIA)

Ahmad Ari Aldino, Heni Sulistiani

Abstract


In pandemic era, almost everyone struggles for their life. College students are such example. They have difficulty in paying tuition fee to continue their study. Based on this problematic situation, Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia grants the students who have good academic performance with tuition fee aid program. Many variables used for determining the grant made it hard to make a decision in a short time or even takes very long time. To make it easier for management to decide who is the right student to get grant, it needs classification model. The purpose of this study is the classification of grant recipients by using decision tree C4.5 algorithm. That can determine whether a potential student can be accepted as an awardee or not. Then, the results of the classification are validated with ten-fold cross validation with an accuracy, precision and recall with the score of 87 % for all part. It means the model perform quite well to be implemented into system.

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