Important Congress Schedule

November 4 (Mon)

Event: AIT 2019(Day 1) @ Royal Ambarrukmo Hotel, Yogyakarta

8:00AM-17:00PM Registration Desk Open

9:30AM-10:00AM Opening Ceremony

10:00AM-10:50AM Keynote 1 by Prof. Naoki Fukuta

10:50AM-11:40AM Keynote 2 by Prof. Sachio Hirokawa

11:40AM-12:00PM Photo Session

12:00PM-13:00PM Lunch Break

13:00PM-15:00PM Parallel Sessions (6 papers x 2)

15:00PM-15:20PM Coffee Break

15:20PM-17:20PM Parallel Sessions (6 papers x 2)

18:00PM-19:30PM Banquet

November 5 (Tue)

Event: AIT 2019(Day 2) @ Royal Ambarrukmo Hotel, Yogyakarta

8:00AM-12:00PM Registration Desk Open

9:00AM-10:20AM Parallel Sessions (4 papers x 2)

10:20AM-10:40AM Coffee Break

10:40AM-12:00PM Parallel Sessions (4 papers x 2)

12:00PM-13:00PM Farewell Reception & Lunch & Congress Adjournment

13:00PM-19:00PM Post Congress Meeting

13:00PM-: Optional post conference tour available upon request. Contact
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Keynote 1

Toward Agent-based Intelligent Computing — Heuristic and Symbolic Approaches

Prof. Naoki Fukuta (College of Informatics, Academic Institute, Shizuoka University (JAPAN))

Abstract: Agent-based approach is recognized as a new frontier of research when we have multiple intelligent entities, such as auto-driving cars or automatic trading robots, in a field. How can we make them cooperative? How can we estimate their behaviors? How can we regulate them and not to conflict each other? How can we make the system with them fair and stable while preserving their own freedom? To answer those questions, numerous researches and investigations have been done by the researchers in the community and we are still having further challenges for our future with such Applied Information Technologies. This talk will overview some of key achievements in these works from the speaker’s perspective and introducing the future from them.

Bio: Naoki Fukuta received his B.E. and M.E. from Nagoya Institute of Technology in 1997 and 1999 respectively. He received his Doctor of Engineering from Nagoya Institute of Technology in 2002. Since April 2002, he has been working as a research associate at Shizuoka University. Since April 2015, he has been working as an associate professor. In 2012, he received the IPSJ Yamashita SIG Research Award. His main research interests include Mobile Agents, SemanticWeb, Konwledge-based Software Engineering, Logic Programming, Applications of Auction Mechanisms, and WWW-based Intelligent Systems. He served as a Deputy Chief Examiner (2011, 2012) and Chief Examiner (2013) of Intelligent Technology Group, Editorial Committee of Journal of Information Processing. He is serving as the Chair of IEICE Technical Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge-based Processing.  Since 2014, he is a senior member of IPSJ. He is a member of ACM, IEEE-CS, JSAI, IEICE, JSSST, and ISSJ.

Keynote 2

View Points of Machine Learning

Prof. Sachio Hirokawa, Research Institute of Information Technology, Kyushu University, JAPAN

Abstract: In supervised machine learning, a machine learns how human distinguishes positive samples from negative samples. Machine constructs a model that mimics the human decision. Regardless of which model is used, the data to be identified must be expressed as a numerical vector. Each component of the vector represents a viewpoint from which identification is based. Depending on the viewpoint from which the object is analyzed, the identification performance may change significantly. The first point in analyzing actual data is from what viewpoint the object is vectorized. The second point is to extract essential attributes from the various possible viewpoints. In this talk, I would like to show examples for attribute expansion and attribute selection in machine Sachio Hirokawa (Ph.d). He was graduated from Kyushu University in 1979.3 majored Mathematics. He has been a professor of Research Institute of Information Technology Kyushu University since 1997. He is one of the founder of a university start-up company and the international congress of IIAI-AAI. His research fields are text mining and machine learning.

Congress Program

November 4 (Mon), Event: IIAI AIT 2019 (Day 1)


8:00AM-17:00PM                                                                        Foyer

Registration Desk Open

9:30AM-10:00AM                                                              Auditorium

Opening Ceremony

10:00AM-10:50AM                                                             Auditorium

Keynote 1

Toward Agent-based Intelligent Computing — Heuristic and Symbolic Approaches

Prof. Naoki Fukuta, Shizuoka University, Japan

10:50AM-11:40AM                                                              Auditorium

Keynote 2

View Points of Machine Learning

Prof. Sachio Hirokawa, Kyushu University, Japan


Photo Session


Lunch Break

13:00PM-15:00PM                                                              Auditorium

Parallel Sessions (1)

Sustainability of Equal Evaluations Among Teachers of First-Year Students in Higher Education

Yasuo Nakata, Yasuhiro Kozaki, Kenya Bannaka, Mizuki Kondo, Yuji Mizokoshi, Kenichiro Mitsunari and Kunihiko Takamatsu

Mobile Application Development to Mitigate the Risk of Earthquake

Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars

A Multiagent Learning Approach for Distributed Control of Address Randomization in Communication Destination Anonymization

Keita Sugiyama and Naoki Fukuta

SmaToll Mobile Payment Application for Automatic Toll Access

Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars

Toward Better Community Protection using a Connection-Recommendation Mechanism on Distributed Social Networks

Takuma Matsushita and Naoki Fukuta

Online Transportation Surveillance System to Improve Driving Behaviour

Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars

13:00PM-15:00PM                                                                   Room B

Parallel Sessions (2)

Scoring Urban Sustainability as a Guidance and Self-Learning for City Planners

Herlawati Herlawati, Yaya Heryadi, Agung Trisetyarso, Wayan Suparta, Chul Ho Kang and Bahtiar Saleh Abbas

Holographic Technology for Education in Modern Society

Suzanna Suzanna, Agung Trisetyarso, Wayan Suparta, Bahtiar Saleh Abbas and Harco Leslie Hendric Spits

Social Media Based Policy Implementation Monitoring System: A Design Exploration of YouTube Posting Utilization

Kodrat Mahatma and Muhammad Ridwan

Motorcycle Accident Notification System based on Raspberry Pi

Laurentius Kuncoro Probo Saputra, Dian Permata Suwandi and Lukas Chrisantyo

Architecture of Admissions Information System Under the Zoning System

Yusuf Sudiyono, Agung Trisetyarso, Wayan Suparta, Chul-Ho Kang and Bahtiar Saleh Abbas

13:00PM-15:00PM                                                                   Room C

Parallel Sessions (3)

Measure The Level Of Success In Using Google Drive with the Kuder Richardson (KR) Reliability Method

Andi Nugroho, Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars, Yaya Heriyadi and Lukas Tanutama

Detection Website Phishing Using Machine Learning Algorithms

Aswan Sunge, Wayan Suparta, Yaya Heryadi, Agung Trisetyarso, Chul-Ho Kang and Bahtiar Abbas

Statistics Learning Game Application: Implementations for 5th & 6th Grade Elementary School Student

Sasmoko Sasmoko, Jurike Moniaga, Jason Harsono, Yasinta Indrianti, Bonavensius Yosua Aprilianus Tansil and Sucianna Rabiha

Prediction Diabetes Mellitus Using Decision Tree Models

Aswan Sunge, Harco Warnar, Yaya Heryadi, Edi Abdurachman, Benfano Soewito and Ford Gaol

15:00PM-15:20PM                                                                       Foyer

Coffee Break

15:20PM-17:20PM                                                              Auditorium

Parallel Sessions (4)

Toward an Agent-based Smart Demand Transport Mechanism with Smart Estimation of Users’ Movements

Tomotaka Kanno and Naoki Fukuta

Implementation of K-Nearest Neighbor for Classification Teacher Engagement Profiling and Intervention

Sucianna Ghadati Rabiha, Sasmoko Sasmoko and Yasinta Indrianti

Review of Recent Eduinformatics Research

Kunihiko Takamatsu, Yasuhiro Kozaki, Katsuhiko Murakami, Aoi Sugiura, Kenya Bannaka, Kenichiro Mitsunari, Masato Omori and Yasuo Nakata

Physical properties of service robots which is referring to Joruri puppets

Masahiko Narita and Sachiko Nakagawa

Particle Swarm Optimization With Crossover and Mutation for Wide Constraint Problem

Herlawati Herlawati, Yaya Heryadi and Lukas Lukas

Convention Attendee Location Information Acquisition System

Hirohiko Takesada, Masahiro Murota, Yosuke Nakata, Kota Kawanishi, Yuki Arimura, Takaaki Hosoda, Satoshi Takahashi and Tokuro Matsuo

15:20PM-17:20PM                                                                   Room B

Parallel Sessions (5)

Application for Event Organizer for easy organizing

Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars

Facial Recognition Development to Detect Corporate Employees Stress Level  

Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars

Supporting System for the Selection Decision of Human Resource Candidate Students Using the SAW and AHP Methods

Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars

Mobile game Application for Religion engagement

Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars and Kiyota Hashimoto

Literature Review of Religion Video Game

Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars and Kiyota Hashimoto

Game Development with Scrum methodology

Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars and Kiyota Hashimoto

15:20PM-17:20PM                                                                   Room C

Parallel Sessions (6)

Website Design : Teacher Competencies 4.0

Yasinta Indrianti, Sasmoko, Sucianna Rabiha, Christina Natasha, Yogi Udjaja and Unifah Rosyidi

Automatic Estimation and Feature Word Analysis of Universities Using University Medium-term Plans

Kahori Ogashiwa, Eiichi Takata, Tetsuya Oishi, Masao Mori and Sachio Hirokawa

The Efficiency of Digital Storytelling for Childhood Education

Suzanna Suzanna, Yaya Heryadi, Lukas Lukas and Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars

Architecture Inference Engine of Indonesia Teacher Competence 4.0

Yogi Udjaja, Sasmoko, Yasinta Indrianti, Unifah Rosyidi and Sucianna Ghadati Rabiha




November 5 (Tue), Event: IIAI AIT 2019 (Day 2)


8:00AM-12:00PM                                                                        Foyer

Registration Desk Open

9:00AM-10:20AM                                                               Auditorium

Parallel Sessions (7)

Machine Learning of Ambiguous Sentences in Technical Manual for Tacit Knowledge Acquisition

Naoto Kai, Kota Sakasegawa, Tsunenori Mine and Sachio Hirokawa

Gamification Framework For Programming Course In Higher Education

Winanti Winanti, Bahtiar Saleh Abbas, Wayan Suparta, Yaya Heryadi, Agung Trisetyarso and Ford Lumban Gaol

Framework of Mobile Game Design as an Assistive Technology for Children with Motor Disabilities

Melyani Handoko, Yaya Heryadi, Agung Trisetyarso, Bachtiar Saleh Abbas, Wayan Suparta and Ford Lumban Gaol

Intelligent Traffic Monitoring System (ITMS) Evaluating the Application of E-Tilang Systems in DKI Jakarta

Arman Syah Putra, Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars, Bahtiar Saleh Abbas and Fergyanto E. Gunawan

Automation of High-Risk Heart Disease Medical Classification Using the Naïve Bayes Model

Ben Rahman

9:00AM-10:20AM                                                                   Room B

Parallel Sessions (8)

Design UI/UX Mobile Games for Left Hand Dominant People

A Preliminary Survey of Game Developer’s Perception on Game Clone (Case Study: GameDevID)

Predicting the Effect of Violent Gameplaying to Violent Behavior Intention among Females using Tree Regression and AdaBoost Tree Regression

Long Short-Term Memory for Human Fall Detection Based Gamification on Unconstraint Smartphone Position

Subliminal Paradigmatic on Designing Character in Games

Development Conceptual Model and Validation Instrument for E-Learning Succes Model at Universities in Indonesia (Perspectives influence of Instructor’s Activities and Motivation)

Titan Titan, Erick Fernando, Kristianus Oktriono, Dina Fitria Murad and Spits Warnars Harco Leslie Hendric

9:00AM-10:20AM                                                                    Room C

Parallel Sessions (9)

Game Developer Competition Between USA and China

Ferric Limano and Pratikta Aditya Setiawan

Adapted Gravitational Search Algorithm Using Multiple Populations to Solve Exam Timetable Scheduling Problems

Antonius Bima Murti Wijaya and Febe Maedjaja

Tide Level Prediction Using Supervised, Unsupervised and Hybrid Neural Networks

Nerfita Nikentari, Martaleli Bettiza and Nola Ritha

Pressure dependent piped water theft detection with IOT based remote billing and location alert

Simon Peter Khabusi and Rajni Jindal

Privacy and Security Framework for Indonesian Teacher Engagement Profiler (ITEP): Study Literature Review

Jurike V. Moniaga, Sucianna Ghadati Rabiha, Reynald Antonius Wiryana and Sasmoko

10:20AM-10:40AM                                                                      Foyer

Coffee Break

10:40AM-12:00PM                                                              Auditorium

Parallel Sessions (10)

A Lightweight Chinese Character Recognition Model for Elementary Level Hanzi Learning Application

Elizabeth Nurmiyati Tamatjita, Rouly Doharma Sihite and Aditya Wikan Mahastama

Prediction of Tobacco Leave Grades with Ensemble Machine Learning Methods

Hari Suparwito and Agnes Maria Polina

An Intelligent Decision Support System for Slope Normalization in Land Based on Digital Image Processing

Christin Nandari Dengen, Azriel Christian Nurcahyo and Kusrini Kusrini

The Effect of Several Kernel Functions to Financial Transaction Anomaly Detection Performance using One-Class SVM

Yaya Heryadi and Dandalina Siddiq

Implementation of Real-Time Face Recognition on Web-Based Services into Docker Based on Indonesia Teacher Engagement Profiler (ITEP)

Sucianna Ghadati Rabiha, Aditya Kurniawan, Eric Wilson and Sasmoko

Logo detection and brand recognition with one-stage logo detection framework and simplified resnet50 backbone

Sarwo Sarwo, Yaya Heryadi, Edi Abdurachman and Widodo Budiharto

10:40AM-12:00PM                                                                  Room B

Parallel Sessions (11)

Comparison of Xbox One and Steam Joystick-based Operating System User Interface using KLMGOMS

“Construct 2 Programming Application” as an Instrument to Support Indonesian Game Designers Startup in “Eurgava” Development

FlowGame: Game Application Development to Learn Flowchart

Memory Game for Children: An Alternative Solution to Help Children with ADHD

Dishcover Indonesia: Android Cooking Game Design, Mechanics and Development

Development of a gamified cycling mobile application for fitness and touring with community

10:40AM-12:00PM                                                                   Room C

Parallel Sessions (12)

Gamification Analysis For Motivation And Engagement Using Running Apps

Experimentation of Gamification for Health and Fitness Mobile Application

Gamification of Decentralized Ledger for Credit Card Application using Blockchain

Analysis of Factors which Affecting Perceived Enjoyment & Customer Continuance Intention on Mobile Games Users

Multi Variable Time Series Forecasting based on Multi-segment Representation using LSTM ModelYaya Heryadi

Yaya Heryadi

UTAUT Model for Local Online News: A case of Indonesia

A Raharto Condrobimo


Farewell Reception & Lunch & Congress Adjournment

13:00PM-19:00PM                                                                        TBA

Post Congress Meeting (Invitation Only)


Optional post conference tour (available upon request. )


November 6 (Wed), Event: IIAI AIT 2019 (Day 3)


Forum Discussion (Invitation Only)  TBA