Expert System Development for Course Enrollment Process Using Ripple Down Rules in a University in Surabaya

Agus Cahyo Nugroho

Abstract


The research aimed to help lecturers to decide which courses to be taken by students in the next semester. The researcher developed the expert system contained specific pieces of knowledge to solve specific problems involved in the forms of system development and maintenance. This expert system was in the form of a website using the PHP programming language and MySQL database. The researcher used the Ripple Down Rules (RDR) method to identify the courses by putting forward the questions so that the system could decide which courses the students should take in next semester. The result shows that this web-based expert system can identify which courses that the students have to enroll after the students have answered questions generated by the system. The available data on the courses in the system adapt to the rules, so it is in line with the enrolled courses.


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expert system, course enrollment, Ripple Down Rules (RDR)

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21512/comtech.v10i1.4962

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