Assessment decisions of independent learning activities using SMART–FCM method
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Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Komputer (STIKOM) PGRI Banyuwangi implemented the Independent Learning - Independent Campus (MBKM) activity for two semesters. The results of student assessments for MBKM activities for one semester are influenced by the results of daily and weekly logbook monitoring, monitoring and evaluation assessments, and assessments of supervisors, examiners, and work partners. Assessments that are less objective cause many students to get good grades even though the implementation of MBKM activities is not well. The Simple Multi-Attribute Rating Technique (SMART) method is used to produce student eligibility group data and a more objective assessment. The results of the SMART calculations are combined with the Fuzzy C-Means (FCM) algorithm so that the results of grouping student data are more appropriate based on the similarities and characteristics of the members. Silhouette Coefficient is used to compare the grouping results. The results obtained that the use of SMART-FCM is better than the SMART results because it has a Silhouette Coefficient value close to 1 of 0.31187.
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