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Manajemen Alokasi Bandwidth Layanan Internet Menggunakan Fractional Knapsack Problem

Bandwidth Allocation Management of Internet Services Using Fractional Knapsack Problem

Department of Computer Science, Institut Pertanian Bogor, Indonesia

Received: 14 Jan 2019; Revised: 26 Apr 2019; Accepted: 29 Apr 2019; Available online: 16 Jul 2019; Published: 30 Apr 2019.
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The technical problems faced in e-government implemented by the Ministry of Religion of Indonesia since 2015 are minimal bandwidth requirements to provide information services and behavior of users who access entertainment sites. When peak hours occur, the congested network often occurs which becomes a significant bottleneck. This study aims to implement bandwidth management using the fractional knapsack problem method by limiting access to entertainment services. The QoS parameters used in this management are throughput, delay, and jitter. The method was tested using a paired t-test using throughput, jitter, and delay test parameters by comparing test parameters before and after bandwidth management applied. The significance value produced is between 75-85%. The method used can control the amount of traffic for each service, but on the other, hand the delay and jitter are still high. It is necessary to add additional free space to each service that can be used when needed to reduce the delay and jitter.
Keywords: bandwidth allocation; fractional knapsack problem;e-government services management
Funding: Institut Pertanian Bogor;Kementerian Agama Republik Indonesia

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