Potential Usage Estimation of Ground Water using Spatial Association Rule Mining

Suci Sri Utami Sutjipto, Imas Sukaesih Sitanggang, Baba Barus


The utilization of ground water in the long term will lead to a number of negative impacts on groundwater resources and the environment, such as the decrease of groundwater level, seawater intrusion, land subsidence as well as scarcity of ground water. Furthermore, the use of ground water has directly affected the consumption pattern of Regional Water Company Bogor City (PDAM) customers. This study aims to determine the patterns and characteristics of PDAM customers in the utilization of ground water by using spatial association rule mining, so it can help PDAM to approximate the increase of customers that utilize ABT and the losses incurred. This research shows that as many as 53.362 (41.27%) PDAM customers that have the potential to use groundwater. The said customers are featured by several characteristics, such as being active customers, with monthly water bill of less than Rp. 53.358 and are not close to river.


ground water; spatial association rule; apriori algorithm;

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12928/telkomnika.v15i1.4750

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