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Multi-Criteria Group Decision-Making Using Spherical Fuzzy Prioritized Weighted Aggregation Operators

Muhammad Akram, Samirah Alsulami, Ayesha Khan, Faruk Karaaslan
Spherical fuzzy sets, originally proposed by F.K. Gündogdu, C. Kahraman, Spherical fuzzy sets and spherical fuzzy TOPSIS method, J. Intell. Fuzzy Syst. 36 (2019), 337–352, can handle the information of type: yes, no, abstain and refusal, owing to the feature of broad space of admissible triplets. This...

Software Modeling Technique and its Prototype Tool for Behavior of Multiple Objects Using Extended Place/Transition Nets with Attributed Tokens

Tomohiko Takagi, Ryo Kurozumi
This paper shows Extended Place/transition Net with Attributed Tokens (EPNAT) and a modeling technique using it in order to address the problem of EPN. In software modeling using EPN, objects of which the software consists need to be defined individually as sub-EPN models, even if they have the same...

The Benefit Values of Settling Business Disputes by Means of Mediation in Indonesia

Mia Hadiati, Mariske Myeke Tampi
This article will discuss the benefit values of the settlement of business disputes namely business to consumer disputes (b to c) by means of mediation at Consumer Dispute Settlement Agency (BPSK) DKI Jakarta, one of the prominent province in Indonesia. The discussion of benefit values will be based...

“Online Arbitration”; Comparative Analysis

Gunawan Widjaja, Andryawan, Victoria Regine Liando
Advancement in technology must be used to benefit human life. On among the issues is that technology must be used to create more efficient and effective disputes resolutions through arbitration. Arbitration need to resolve the disputes in a faster and cheaper procedure. Nowadays, arbitration shall be...

Fair Arbitration Decision for Parties to the Dispute Based on The Act Arbitration

Jeanne Darc Noviayanti Manik, Wirazilmustaan
The law governing the dispute material in arbitration and Alterntive Dispute Resolution is the law selected in the relevant commercial agreement that poses a dispute between the parties. In the event by the parties to the agreement not set forth on governing law, the parties freely elect the applicable...

“Fast Track Arbitration”; Comparative Analysis

Gunawan Widjaja, Andryawan, Victoria Regine Liando
Arbitration at present takes a lot of time and costs, which may create more burden to the losing party. The basic principle of being fast and efficient is one of the requirements of arbitration. Instead of going through the arbitration process, disputes parties may take simpler way to settle their disputes...

The Effectiveness of Mediation in Distribution of Inheritance Association Based on The Supreme Court Report 2016 to 2018

Muhammad Rizqi Fadhlillah, Tetty Hariyati
The number of Islamic inheritance disputes that enter the Court is increasing from year to year. This can be seen from the Supreme Court report data from 2017 to 2018. The number of disputes over Islamic inheritance shows that the mediation process has not been effective enough in resolving disputes...

Position of Arbitration Clause in Relation to Absolute Competence in Bankruptcy Disputes

Rahayu Hartini, A.A.A. Ngurah Tini Rusmini Gorda
During the validity of Law No. 37 of 2004 (2004-2013), out of 5 bankruptcy cases, all decisions stating that the Commercial Court is authorized to settle bankruptcy cases based on Article 303 of Law No. 37 of 2004 concerning Bankruptcy. Although the substance of Article 303 is contrary to the legal principle...

The Review of Regulations Through Ministry of Law and Human Rights

Tundjung Herning Sitabuana, Ahmad Redi, Shella Felicia
Indonesia has identified itself as the state of law (rechtsstaat). The principle of the rule of law undoubtedly underlies the life of the state and nation by embodying hierarchical legal norms culminating in constitution. However, the inconsistency between the laws and regulations is inevitable in constitutional...

The Urgency of Arbitration Clause in International Trade Contract of Electronic Transaction

Mohammad Zamroni
Technology of Information has shifted the type of international trade from complicated way under particular domestic and international regulations to more simple way. Electronic transaction (i.e., e-commerce), in fact, seems like denying jurisdictions that countries have. A citizen of a state may simply...

Legal Certainty Implementation of Arbitration Decisions in Indonesia

Hendri Jayadi
The establishment of an arbitration institution as an institution or forum for resolving disputes outside the court is not a result of people’s distrust of the current judiciary. In its development, the Arbitration Institution is not only a national issue, but it is seen from its historical development...

The Effectiveness of Mediation in Divorce Case at Denpasar Religious Court

Mia Hadiati, Indah Siti Aprilia
Mediation as one of Alternative Dispute Resolution having the ascendcy in the Indonesian Legal System. This mediation was considered as a way of dispute resolution humane because the mechanism for decision making within the authority of the parties in dispute and maintaining good relation and fair because...

Amicable Settlement Through Mediation in Land Disputes

Benny Djaja
Land disputes has for long made up the majority of the cases numbered to enter the court. However, a lot of issues are yet to be solved with regards to both the available settlement procedures and the necessity for a specialized forum, as well as the quantity and quality mediators involving and the conflict...

“Emergency Arbitration”; Comparative Analysis

Gunawan Widjaja, Andryawan, Victoria Regine Liando
In contractual relationships with respect to Business to Business (B2B) trade transactions, disputes that occur can be related to the object of the transactions, which may involve any kind of goods. Disputes in relation to the goods as object of disputes can take consequences that the goods may be damaged...

Meaning of Writing in “Arbitration Agreement”; Current Development

Gunawan Widjaja
”arbitration agreement”, in order to be enforceable must be made in writing. The “arbitration agreement” itself can be incorporated in the main agreement as arbitration clause, that made the main agreement must be made in writing; or specifically made in a form of a separate agreement from the main agreement....

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Employment Dispute Completion Between Indonesian Companies With Foreign Workers

I Wayan Gde Wiryawan, Dewi Bunga
Globalization in various fields and the advancement of information technology have an impact in increasing the need for companies in Indonesia to employ foreign workers. Foreign workers are expected to provide technology transfer to local workers. The existence of foreign workers working in Indonesian...

Settlement of Policy Regulation Dispute Through Mediation

Rasji
Policy rules are regulations issued by the government based on discretionary authority. The aim is to provide a legal basis for the implementation of government tasks because statutory regulations do not regulate them. As a matter of fact, many policy regulations contradict the higher laws and regulations,...

The Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Legal Framework for International Arbitration Practices in Indonesia

Flora P. Kalalo, Kathleen C. Pontoh
In the era of The Fourth (4.0) Industrial Revolution, cutting edge technology has made no boundaries between countries in international trade. Nowadays, the engagement between people can easily be done by touching screen. Nevertheless, it has potential to cause legal problems, that is why the resolution...

Conflicts in the Management of Crude Oil Related to the Application of Law Number 22 of 2001 Concerning Oil and Natural Gas Against People’s Oil Mining in the Village of Wonocolo, Kecamatan Kedewan, Bojonegoro, East Java.

R. Rahaditya, Agoes Dariyo
Research conducted in order to find out the related cases of distillation and illegal sales of crude oil mining products in the Bojonegoro area remain in Wonocolo village, Kedewan District, Bojonegoro Regency, East Java. Whereas according to the mandate of the 1945 Constitution that all natural resources...

Mediation as Toll to Settle Medical Disputes; Indonesian Case

Gunawan Widjaja
Health care, including medical services is very complex in practice. It involves many kinds of aspects, such as ethic, dicipline and legal issues, but it only has one objective. It aims for human health. It focuses on patient safety. Patient is the only concerned in health care. It is said that any intervention...

Mediation as an Alternative to Underage Marriage Dispute Resolution

Mia Hadiati, Moody R. Syailendra, Luthfi Marfungah
Underage Marriage is a marriage conducted not in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 1 of 2974 concerning Marriage (Marriage Law). The Marriage Law regulates the age limit for carrying out marriages, namely Men Nineteen (19) Years and Women Sixteen (16) Years. There are many factors that cause...

Fine-Tuning the Fuzziness of Strong Fuzzy Partitions through PSO

Ciro Castiello, Corrado Mencar
We study the influence of fuzziness of trapezoidal fuzzy sets in the strong fuzzy partitions (SFPs) that constitute the database of a fuzzy rule-based classifier. To this end, we develop a particular representation of the trapezoidal fuzzy sets that is based on the concept of cuts, which are the cross-points...

Diagnosis of COVID-19 by Wavelet Renyi Entropy and Three-Segment Biogeography-Based Optimization

Shui-Hua Wang, Xiaosheng Wu, Yu-Dong Zhang, Chaosheng Tang, Xin Zhang
Pages: 1332 - 1344
Corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an acute infectious pneumonia and its pathogen is novel and was not previously found in humans. As a diagnostic method for COVID-19, chest computed tomography (CT) is more sensitive than reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction. However, the interpretation...

Detection Algorithm of Porosity Defect on Surface of Micro-precision Glass Encapsulated Electrical Connectors

Qunpo Liu, Manli Wang, Gaowei Wang, Ruxin Gao, Naohiko Hanajima
A miniature precision glass encapsulated electrical connectors introduced by glass powder and metal wires through a special complicated process. Aiming at the porosity defects on the surface, a defect detection algorithm propose based on threshold segmentation and feature extraction. Pre-operation, global...

Woodland Labeling in Chenzhou, China, via Deep Learning Approach

Wei Wang, Yujing Yang, Ji Li, Yongle Hu, Yanhong Luo, Xin Wang
In order to complete the task of the woodland census in Chenzhou, China, this paper carries out a remote sensing survey on the terrain of this area to produce a data set, and used deep learning methods to label the woodland. There are two main improvements in our paper: Firstly, this paper comparatively...

Deep Learning and Higher Degree F-Transforms: Interpretable Kernels Before and After Learning

Vojtech Molek, Irina Perfilieva
One of the current trends in the deep neural network technology consists in allowing a man–machine interaction and providing an explanation of network design and learning principles. In this direction, an experience with fuzzy systems is of great support. We propose our insight that is based on the particular...

Intellectual Capital Disclosure and CSR Disclosure on Company Performance

Tri Retno Indaryanti, Rini Lestari, Epi Fitriah
The current phenomenon is a decline in performance in Several mining sector companies. On the other hand, it is found that the quality and quantity of information disclosure is still low, such as intellectual capital and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) related to environmental activities / conditions...

The Factors That Influence the Creativity of Employee in Three Star Hotel

Evi Silvana Muchsinati, Regina Michelle Hawidi
Creativity can be meant as the new idea, that is useful for product, service, process or procedure developed by the employee in a social system, which they will collaborate with others. Creativities of the hotel employee are very necessary to create a new idea and make a strategy to develop the hotel...

Financial Literacy in Millenials Generation in Indonesia

Delia Anindita Prashella, Farah Margaretha Leon
This study aims to examine financial literacy in millennials in Indonesia. The dependent variable used in this study is a propensity for indebtness. The independent variable used is financial literacy as measured by financial behaviour, financial attitude and financial knowledge. Variables that act as...

Antecedent Counterproductive Work Behavior: Exploration in Services Industry

Tiarapuspa, Wiwik Robiatul Adawiyah, Mutiara Rizqi, Amelia Wanggi
This research is in the form of a conceptual study about the construct of counterproductive work behavior that occurs in Indonesia, especially in the service industry, both conducted by leaders and subordinates. The study results found that employees’ counterproductive behavior can be categorized into...

Empirical Testing of Climate Work as Moderating at Regional Public Service

Dian Sudiantini
This study aims to examine the influence of strategic leadership competencies, organizational culture and work climate on the performance of public services, and the work climate moderates the strategic leadership competencies and organizational culture on the performance of public services. The study...

The Antecedents Intention of Use Mobile Payment for Millennial Generation

Andreas Wijaya, Lelly Christin, William Andrean Wijaya
This research adopting Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and Mobile payment system characteristics with perceived risk to ensuring and explore the model. The main purpose are determining Mobile payment system characteristics and perceived risk in the TAM model for millennial generation as the subject....

How is the Impact of Non-Cash Payment System on Sales of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise?

Stephani Salim, Diana Frederica
The purpose of this study are (1) to analyze the impact of non-cash payment systems on MSMEs sales, (2) to analyze the expectations of MSMEs related to non-cash payment systems, (3) to analyze whether non-cash transactions can facilitate the recording of MSME accounting. Data was obtained through a survey...

Audit Quality in Indonesia

Sekar Mayangsari
Indonesia has a continuous concerned on its audit quality since the impact of global changes on the accounting profession. The data was obtained from interviews with practitioners which have given the notion on how far Indonesia has already gone to improve audit quality. We also review several documentaries...

The Effect of Non-Performing Loans on Profitability in Banking Sector in Indonesia

Catur Rahayu Martiningtiyas, Dewi Tirtarini Nitinegeri
The objective of this study is to analyze the effect of non-performing loans on bank profitability. The dependent variable in this study is profitability and the independent variable is non-performing loans by using control variables are liquidity ratio, capital adequacy ratio, gross domestic product...

The Effect of Company Size, Age, Growth, Profitability, and Exposure Media on Corporate Social Responsibility

Fathan Mubina, Windhy Puspitasari, Muhammad Nuryatno Amin
This research aims to determine the effect of company size, age, growth, profitability and media exposure on corporate social responsibility. The purposive sampling method was used to obtain the financial statement of 45 companies out of a total population of 63 listed in LQ 45 from 2015 till 2017. The...

Evaluation of Business Process in the Cash Disbursement Cycle in Increasing Operational Effectiveness and Corporate Internal Control (Case study: PT XYZ)

Rika Ramadiyansari, Catur Sasongko
An industrial estate management company PT XYZ’s actual situation based on internal audit report shows unusual activities and internal control related to the cash disbursement business process. The improvement process is needed in order to be able to run business process properly, avoid fraud, and present...

Influence of Information Technology, Organizational Communication, and Leadership Towards Employee Performance

Sarton Sinambela, PJP Ginting, Erwin Marojahan Simanjuntak, Mochamad Agus Ridwan
The research aims to find out how information technology, organizational communication, and leadership have influenced employee performance. The data analysis method used is multiple linear regression analysis. The sample used 168 respondents were determined. Data collection techniques are by distributing...

How to Measure the Financial Health?

Dafid Richi Setiawan, Sri Handayani
This study aims to determine the level of the financial health of company. The data analysed is the company’s financial statement data for the 2015-2017 period of PT Perkebunan Nusantara VII. The results of the analysis of the ratio of the company’s health level shows is not healthy with a weight of...

Employee Innovation Behavior in Health Care

Abdul Haeba Ramli
The objective of this research is to analyze the influence of Humble Leadership towards Employee Innovation Behavior. This research Applies the explanatory type with quantitative approach. The sample that used for this research are 100 respondents of Hospital employee. The collection of data that used...

Evaluating Variable Which is Influencing Online Repurchase Intention to Increase Fresh Vegetables/Fruits Consumption in Indonesia by Using Importance Performance Analysis

Amir Fikri, Megawati Simanjuntak
The main focus of this research is to examine the importance of online repurchase intention to increase fresh vegetables/fruits consumption based on competitiveness from behavioral aspects and the situation of e-retailer. Importance-Performance Analysis (IPA) method is a convenient method to concurrently...

Predicting Turnover Intention Among Pharmaceutical Employee Through Psychological Contract Fulfillment For Work Engagement

Daniel Kisahwan, Andreas Wahyu Gunawan
The aim of this study is to analyze the implication of psychological contract fulfillment on employee’s turnover intention through work engagement. Data sample were collected from 240 employees foreign pharmaceutical industry in Indonesia. Data analysis using the Structural Equation Model. The data collection...

The Influence of Transformational Leadership to Organizational Innovation and Explorative Learning Mediated by Generalist Human Capital at Oil Company

Putri Marina Sijabat, Deasy Aseanty
This study aims to analyse the effect of Transformational Leadership on Organizational Innovation and Exploration Learning mediated by the General Capital Human Oil Company. This research was conducted by distributing questionnaires to 150 respondents and the respondents were employees. Hypothesis testing...

Empirical Testing of the Mediating Effect of Absorptive Capacity and Moderation of Cultural Intelligence on Intellectual Capital and Innovation Analysis on the Tourism Industry

Wisnu Yuwono, Dadan Umar Daihani, Willy Arafah
The research aims to analyze the innovation trigger factor in the tourism industry sector. The research about innovation in the tourism industry rarely found until nowadays. The researcher tries to analyze the effect of intellectual capital to innovation, intellectual capital to potential absorptive...

Brand Image: Survey on Giro iB Wadiah Sharia Commercial Bank Individual Customers in Kota Bandung

Intan Permana, Nizar Alam Hamdani, Asri Solihat, Lindayani, Anggun Oktavia Herlianti
Indonesia has a largest market potential for various sharia-based products, services and services. Islamic banking has a relationship with religious factors of a brand image. This study aims to determine the image of the Giro iB Wadiah Sharia Commercial Bank service brand in Kota Bandung. The data analysis...

Using Accounting Perspectives and Financial Performance to Detect Fraudulent Financial Reporting

Jasmine Irishabel, Aqamal Haq, Murtanto
The aim of this study is to examine whether various accounting perspectives and financial ratios can be used in detecting fraudulent financial reporting among the Indonesian agricultural sector, starting the year 2013 to 2016. The accounting perspectives used include Going concern and audit quality while...

Nostalgic Marketing: A Study on Baby Boomers Generation

Nizar Alam Hamdani, Intan Permana, Sukma Nugraha, Galih Abdul Fatah Maulani
Nostalgic marketing is a stimulus for customers to travel back in the past so that they enjoy nostalgia. Customers as individuals involved in marketing activities have experience. It is interesting to find behaviour of the baby boomers as the first generation. Data obtained through interviews with 30...

Employees Creativity Not Required for Employees in the Television Industry?

Kirana Kemala Dewi, Tiarapuspa, Safnita, Andreas Wahyu Gunawan
This paper was to investigate the impact of transformational leadership and perceived organizational support on employee’s creativity in PT. Omni Intivision. Data obtained directly through a questionnaire submitted to 117 respondents, namely to employees in the television industry. The research design...

The Effect of Corporate Social Responsibility on Tax Aggressiveness: Moderating by Family Ownership in Indonesia

Kennardi Tanujaya, Iskandar Itan
The design of this research is to analysis the significance of corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosures toward tax aggressiveness that moderated by the family ownership. The dependent variable in this research is tax aggressiveness. The independent variable in this research is CSR disclosure....

Destination Image of “Thousand Islands”: Antecedents and Consequences

Randy Keban, Rayi Retno Dwi Asih, Luki Adiati Pratomo
This study aims to examine and analyze the antecedents and consequences of destination image in the Thousand Islands, also known as “Kepulauan Seribu.” The purposive sampling method was used to obtain data from 213 respondents using the Structural Equation Model (SEM). The results showed that service...