Science Proceedings Series <p>Science Proceedings Series provides a&nbsp;versatile&nbsp;tool tailored to your conference publishing requirements. Publishing your proceedings on SSP is&nbsp;very affordable&nbsp;and accessible by the readership is&nbsp;open&nbsp;without registration or charge. SPS is run by the Connecting Asia Research Network for the scientific community. Moreover, the online publication process is&nbsp;fast&nbsp;thanks to the software system that runs the entire editorial procedure. Conference organizers are thus provided with a very convenient, web-based tool for running the publication of the proceedings.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> en-US Tue, 16 Apr 2019 02:38:09 +0000 OJS 60 Automated Guided Vehicle, Routing and algorithms <p>The routing problem of Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) targets to&nbsp; discovery the shortest path between two station. AGV is used widly in transporting sysrems. Earily it used in static routing (pre-defined routes), which follow fixed line. Instead of using fixed path, there is another type which is dynamic routing can use to add a high flexibility to the system.To accommodate the increased flexibility and reduce time. In this paper, routing of AGV is introduced. Different AGV shortest path algorithms are presented with highlights their main differences between them. Furthermore, AGV routing in real time using local position system (LPS) wthin labview environment is achived.</p> <p>Keywords: AGV; Dynamic Routing; Shortest Path Algorithm; local position system ____________________________________________________________________</p> hameedah sahib hasan ##submission.copyrightStatement## Mon, 15 Apr 2019 14:31:32 +0000 SURVEY ON LOCAL POSITIONING SYSTEM AND IT’S APPLICATIONS <p>Global position system (GPS) and Local position system (LPS) have important rols in several&nbsp; applications in real life such as helthcare, monitoring and tracking, etc. GPS has many&nbsp; limitations due to some &nbsp;reason, the signal&nbsp; has lack when used&nbsp; inside bulding&nbsp; this is becouse of&nbsp; lack of line of sight (LoS). Therefore LPS is one of best solution which used to avoide&nbsp; weakness problem&nbsp; and&nbsp; it&nbsp; become very necessary for estimate user’s or object position inside buliding with a good accuracy. This paper gives a servay on LPS technologies. Furthermore, the LPS’s applications such as trackimg which is involved&nbsp; several types like&nbsp; human tracking, object tracking, animal tracking and AGV tracking which is done by&nbsp; previous researches are presented</p> hameedah sahib hasan ##submission.copyrightStatement## Mon, 15 Apr 2019 14:35:19 +0000 The THE INVESTIGATION OF HIDDEN FRAUDULENT WEBSITE DATASET WITH AN ALTERNATE POINT OF VIEW <p>The worthwhile idea of fraud can't be denied particularly, its reality as electronic extortion. The electronic fraud is on rising these days. A dataset for covered up false sites is investigated which can be valuable for assessing the execution of a classifier for segregating covered up deceitful URLs. The dataset contains 185180 marked URLs and some related highlights. Through various highlights, it has appeared in the paper that how the dataset can be additionally used. Further, these highlights can be classified and supportive for arranging the best highlights for fake site recognition</p> Muhammad Dawood Dawood ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 16 Apr 2019 02:27:55 +0000 Summary of Automatic Articles With the TF-IDF Algorithm For Special Health Information Elderly <p><em>Elderly is someone whose age ranges from 60-74 years, at that age one's health tends to decline. Various programs have been provided by the Indonesian government, such as providing information, giving brochures, and giving announcements on the health service website. But this counseling is not optimal because of the elderly, tend to be lazy to read this because the eyes have started to farsight. So that the health information provided by dina health can be optimal we try to make a model that is used to summarize an article so that the article is easily understood by the elderly. To summarize the article, this study uses the TF-IDF algorithm. By using the TF-IDF algorithm it is expected that the elderly will be easier to understand health articles.</em></p> Juli Sulaksono, Risky Aswi Ramadhani, Ratih Kumalasari Niswatin ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 16 Apr 2019 02:30:16 +0000 A Two-Strain Deterministic Dengue Model With Seasonality Effect <p>A compartmental model is proposed to describe the dynamics of vector-host interations for dengue disease transmission with coexistence of two virus serotypes. The model is modified to incorporate &nbsp;seasonal-dependent mosquito birth rate in order to examine the influence of climatic factors such as rainfall and temperature on the dynamics of mosquito population and dengue disease transmission. The Next Generation Matrix method&nbsp;is used to obtain the basic reproduction number associated with the model without seasonality effect. The global dynamics of the model is analysed using the Comparison Theorem. The model is simulated in MATLAB with ode45 routine for two cases, namely: the less aggressive case (Case ) and the more aggressive case (Case ).&nbsp; Analysis of the model shows that the Disease-Free Equilibrium (DFE) is locally asymptotically stable whenever both the basic reproduction numbers&nbsp; R<sub>01&nbsp;</sub>(associated with strain &nbsp;only) and&nbsp; R<sub>0j&nbsp;</sub>(associated with strain &nbsp;only) are below unity. It is shown that the DFE is globally asymptotically stable when the susceptibility indices for secondary infection in strain&nbsp; 1 ( sigma<sub>1</sub>) and strain j ( sigma<sub>j</sub>), and &nbsp;are all less than 1.</p> Afeez Abidemi, Mohd Ismail Abd Aziz, Rohanin Ahmad ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 16 Apr 2019 02:31:41 +0000 HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT OF HEAVY METALS IN URBAN SOIL <p>Rapid industrialization and modernization of urban cities has resulted to serious environmental contamination by metals, as a result the exposed inhabitants experienced health consequences. Therefore health risk assessment through multiple pathways is required for the health safety of the population. However, few studies to date estimate the health risk of heavy metals via different pathways on urban soils.&nbsp; Samples of urban soils&nbsp; were collected from urban environments of Petaling Jaya, and were analysed for As, Cd, Cr, Cu and Pb. The health risks for adults as a result of ingestion, dermal and inhalation exposure were then estimated.&nbsp; The results showed that the urban soils&nbsp; were polluted with these metals. This could be due to anthropoenic input. The concentration of the metals in soils follows the decreasing order Pb &gt; As &gt; Cr &gt; Cu and Cd. Ingestion is the main route for exposure to heavy metals. Both the carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic risk values are within the permissible limits. Adults could be vulnerable to non-carcinogenic health risk (HI) on exposure to As in urban soil.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Keyword: </strong>health risk, heavy metals, soils, dusts</p> IBRAHIM SANI SHABANDA ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 16 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0000 BIOAVAILABILITY AND HEALTH RISK OF METALS IN URBAN DUSTS <p>Heavy metals gets into human body mostly through oral ingestion of environmental samples. To quantify the risks associated with oral ingestion of urban dust particularly by children, bioavalability fraction is required, as the total metal content may not give the real risk involved. Lead (Pb), Arsenic (As) and Cadmium (Cd) were analysed for bioavailable fraction in urban dust of this study. The risks of these metals on ingestion of urban dust by children were estimated. The results showed that metals solubilized in the gastrointestinal tract. This could possibly be due to metal distribution in the dust sample and the solubilisation of these metals in the gastrointestinal tract. The carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic risks results expressed that all the values were within the permissible limits of 1×10<sup>-6</sup> 1×10<sup>-4</sup> with the order As &gt; Cd &gt; Pb. This indicates that children who ingested dust could have no possibility of both carcinogenic and non-cancer risks because both the CR, TCR and HQ and HI values were below the tolerable limits.</p> <p>Keywords: Bioavailability; risks; metals; urban dust</p> IBRAHIM SANI SHABANDA ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 16 Apr 2019 02:37:13 +0000