Authors:Sari Cahyaningtias, Subchan Subchan Pages: 107 - 111 Abstract: Missile is a guided weapon and designed to protect outermost island from a thread of other country. It, commonly, is used as self defense. This research presented surface-to-surface missile in final dive manoeuvre for fixed target. Furthermore, it was proposed manoeuvring based on unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), autopilot system, which needs accuration and minimum both time and thrust of missile while attacking object. This paper introduced pontryagin’s Minimum Principle, which is useable to solve the problem. The numerical solution showed that trajectory of the missile is split it up in three sub-intervals; flight, climbing, and diving. The numerical simulation showed that the missile must climb in order to satisfy the final dive condition and the optimum time of a missile depend on initial condition of the altitude and the terminal velocity PubDate: 2016-11-30 Issue No:Vol. 4, No. 3 (2016)

Authors:Arif Kurniawan, Loekito Loekito, Solimun Solimun Pages: 112 - 114 Abstract: Path analysis Analysis and Partial Least Square (PLS) was used to analyze many variables. Both methods use the least squares method (OLS) that can be compared between the two to determine the best method in a study to get an assessment of the behavior of civil servants in the Government of Kediri. The purpose of this study is: comparing path analysis Analysis with Partial Least Square (PLS) on the power of the test and the valueR2.Path method is able to provide the value of R2 higher than Analysis of Partial Least Square (PLS) but the value of the test power analysisi path is smaller than using Analysis of Partial Least Square (PLS). Usage analysis methods Path Analysis and Partial Least Square (PLS) produces behavioral assessment of civil servants in the government of Kediri is nearly equal results and discussion. Based on the analysis to prove that the behavior of civil servants in the Government of Kediri not meet eligibility based on the grade levels and echelons of the civil service PubDate: 2016-11-30 Issue No:Vol. 4, No. 3 (2016)

Authors:Cindy Cahyaning Astuti, Angga Dwi Mulyanto Pages: 115 - 119 Abstract: Regression analysis is used to determine relationship between one or several response variable (Y) with one or several predictor variables (X). Regression model between predictor variables and the Poisson distributed response variable is called Poisson Regression Model. Since, Poisson Regression requires an equality between mean and variance, it is not appropriate to apply this model on overdispersion (variance is higher than mean). Poisson regression model is commonly used to analyze the count data. On the count data type, it is often to encounteredd some observations that have zero value with large proportion of zero value on the response variable (zero Inflation). Poisson regression can be used to analyze count data but it has not been able to solve problem of excess zero value on the response variable. An alternative model which is more suitable for overdispersion data and can solve the problem of excess zero value on the response variable is Zero Inflated Negative Binomial (ZINB). In this research, ZINB is applied on the case of Tetanus Neonatorum in East Java. The aim of this research is to examine the likelihood function and to form an algorithm to estimate the parameter of ZINB and also applying ZINB model in the case of Tetanus Neonatorum in East Java. Maximum Likelihood Estimation (MLE) method is used to estimate the parameter on ZINB and the likelihood function is maximized using Expectation Maximization (EM) algorithm. Test results of ZINB regression model showed that the predictor variable have a partial significant effect at negative binomial model is the percentage of pregnant women visits and the percentage of maternal health personnel assisted, while the predictor variables that have a partial significant effect at zero inflation model is the percentage of neonatus visits. PubDate: 2016-11-30 Issue No:Vol. 4, No. 3 (2016)

Authors:Riski Nur Istiqomah, Trija Fayeldi Pages: 120 - 124 Abstract: This research discusses about linkage analysis and identifies the key sector in the fresh milk distribution using Leontief Input-Output method. This method is one of the application of Mathematics in economy. The current fresh milk distribution system includes dairy farmers →collectors→fresh milk processing industries→processed milk distributors→consumers. Then, the distribution is merged between the collectors’ axctivity and the fresh milk processing industry. The data used are primary and secondary data taken in June 2016 in Kecamatan Jabung Kabupaten Malang. The collected data are then analysed using Leontief Input-Output Matriks and Python (PYIO 2.1) software. The result is that the merging of the collectors’ and the fresh milk processing industry’s activities shows high indices of forward linkages and backward linkages. It is shown that merging of the two activities is the key sector which has an important role in developing the whole activities in the fresh milk distribution. PubDate: 2016-11-30 Issue No:Vol. 4, No. 3 (2016)

Authors:Marsidi Marsidi, Dafik Dafik, Ika Hesti Agustin, Ridho Alfarisi Pages: 125 - 130 Abstract: Let G be a simple, nontrivial, and connected graph. is a representation of an ordered set of k distinct vertices in a nontrivial connected graph G. The metric code of a vertex v, where , the ordered of k-vector is representations of v with respect to W, where is the distance between the vertices v and wi for 1≤ i ≤k. Furthermore, the set W is called a local resolving set of G if for every pair u,v of adjacent vertices of G. The local metric dimension ldim(G) is minimum cardinality of W. The local metric dimension exists for every nontrivial connected graph G. In this paper, we study the local metric dimension of line graph of special graphs , namely path, cycle, generalized star, and wheel. The line graph L(G) of a graph G has a vertex for each edge of G, and two vertices in L(G) are adjacent if and only if the corresponding edges in G have a vertex in common. PubDate: 2016-11-30 Issue No:Vol. 4, No. 3 (2016)

Authors:Vira Hari Krisnawati, Corina Karim Pages: 131 - 137 Abstract: In combinatorial mathematics, a Steiner system is a type of block design. Specifically, a Steiner system S(t, k, v) is a set of v points and k blocks which satisfy that every t-subset of v-set of points appear in the unique block. It is well-known that a finite projective plane is one examples of Steiner system with t = 2, which consists of a set of points and lines together with an incidence relation between them and order 2 is the smallest order.In this paper, we observe some properties from construction of finite projective planes of order 2 and 3. Also, we analyse the intersection between two projective planes by using some characteristics of the construction and orbit of projective planes over some representative cosets from automorphism group in the appropriate symmetric group. PubDate: 2016-11-30 Issue No:Vol. 4, No. 3 (2016)