The model of decision support system using hybrid method and actual weighting for the study program ranking

M. Miftakul Amin, Yevi Dwitayanti


Nowadays the good or bad study program can be seen from the accreditation rank that it obtains from the institution of college accreditation. However, it is frequently found at college that there are some study programs that have the same accreditation. This encourages the college to do another approach which can do this study program ranking from a different point of view. This research developed a model of decision support system to do ranking towards 25 study programs existed in the environment of Sriwijaya State Polytechnic. Hybrid method employed the combination of analytical hierarchy process (AHP) and simple additive weighting (SAW) to do the ranking. Actual weighting model was used in the calculation based on the fact obtained in each study program, and in line with the criteria which had been determined. As many as 7 relevant criteria and 21 sub criteria were used in this model. The results of this research showed that the model which had been developed can give recommendation in the form of study program ranking with actual condition based on the data attached to each study program.


Actual weight; Analytical hierarchy process; Decision support system; Hybrid method; Simple additive weighting

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