Association Rule Algorithm Sequential Pattern Discovery using Equivalent Classes (SPADE) to Analyze the Genesis Pattern of Landslides in Indonesia

(1) * Muhammad Muhajir Mail (Universitas Islam Indonesia, Indonesia)
(2) Berky Rian Efanna Mail (Universitas Islam Indonesia, Indonesia)
*corresponding author

Abstract


Landslide is one of movement of soil, rock, soil creep, and rock debris that occurred the move of the slopes. It is caused by steep slopes, high rainfall, deforestation, mining activities, and erosion. The impacts of the landslide are loss of property, damage to facilities such as homes and buildings, casualties, psychological trauma, disrupted economic and environmental damage. Based on the impacts of landslide, mitigation required to take early precautions are to know how the pattern of association between the sequence of events landslides and to know how the associative relationship pattern of earthquakes. Based on the impacts, the results of this research is associative relationship pattern is obtained from data flood that occurs in Indonesia, namely in case of heavy rain will occur labile soil structure to support the value of 0.37, confidence level of 41% and the power of formed ruled is 1.02.

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SPADE; Landslides; Association Rule; Algorithm

   

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