Jurnal Informatika

Jurnal Informatika is a peer-reviewed national journal (abroad authors are welcome), aims to bring together research work in the area of Information science and technology, multimedia system, and computational intelligence, including theories, methods, tools, technologies, applications, and so on. The journal is published three times a year starting from Vol 14 No 1 January 2020 (January, May, and September)

Journal titleJurnal Informatika
AbbreviationJ. Inform.
Frequency3 issues per year
DOIprefix 10.26555
Print ISSN1978-0524
Online ISSN2528-6374
Editor-in-chiefProf. Riyanarto Sarno, Ph.D.
Managing Editor Andri Pranolo
Publisher Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
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Jurnal Informatika invites original articles and is not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. Jurnal Informatika is a scientific journal publishing theories and applications with significant implications to the information system, multimedia, and computational intelligence. The papers' major substantive should apply an algorithm and mathematics implementation on the information system, multimedia, and computational intelligence. The Scope topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Information science & technology. The journal opens the topics to highlight the advanced works on information science and technology, such as theories and applications on Communication and networks, Data warehousing and mining, Enterprise system development and resource management, Management information and database systems, Security and privacy, Software engineering, System development and process management, and Usability engineering.
  • Multimedia system. This section welcomes the excellent paper related to Multimedia software and systems integration, compression and editing, storage, fusion and embedding, Multimedia Internet of Things, Multimedia user interfaces, and New integrated media.
  • Computational Intelligence.  This section publishes the specific topics of Agent System and Multi-Agent Systems, Decision Support System, Image Processing & Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing, Explainable human-in-the-loop artificial intelligence, and Trusted machine/deep learning.

A submitted paper must be written in English to get minimum criteria to the initial review stage by editors, and further review process by a minimum of two reviewers. Jurnal Informatika's Published papers will be freely accessed in this website and the following abstracting & indexing databases:

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You have to make sure that your paper is prepared using the JIFO paper TEMPLATE, has been carefully proofread and polished, and conformed to the author gudelines.  

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Registration and login are required to submit items online and to check the status of current submissions. If you have any queries please contact jifo@uad.ac.id.

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Vol 15, No 1 (2021): January 2021

Jurnal Informatika Vol 15. No1 contains 5 articles that were authored/co-authored by 20 authors from 3 countries (Ukraine, Indonesia, and Malaysia).


Table of Contents

Information science & technology

Reality of the internet and social media addiction in Indonesian students PDF
Nasy`an Taufiq Al Ghifari, Akhmadi Surawijaya, Fitra Arifiansyah, Agus Komarudin, Denny Hidayat Tri Nugroho, Dimitri Mahayana 1-16

Multimedia system

Hierarchical long short-term memory for action recognition based on 3D skeleton joints from Kinect sensor PDF
Nur Awal Hidayanto, Adhi Prahara, Riky Dwi Puriyanto 17-27

Computational Intelligence

Performance measurement of the relationship between students' learning with lecturers' characteristics as supervisors based on fuzzy-based assessment PDF
Mulyanto Mulyanto, Bedi Suprapty, Arief Bramanto Wicaksono Putra, Achmad Fanany Onnilita Gaffar 28-44
Comparison of machine learning for sentiment analysis in detecting anxiety based on social media data PDF
Shoffan Saifullah, Yuli Fauziyah, Agus Sasmito Aribowo 45-55
Transformation of the generalized chaotic system into the discrete-time complex domain PDF
Nina Volianska, Roman Voliansky, Oleksandr Sadovoi 56-67