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In 2015, the researchers created a decision support system application to determine the priority ranking of students in obtaining Poor Student Assistance funds (BSM) to overcome the problem of distributing BSM funds by applying the Simple Additive Weighting algorithm. In 2017, researchers modified the program by adding criteria on the ownership of the Social Protection Card (KPS) or the Poor Certificate (SKM) owned by the parents/guardians of students in addition to the criteria that existed in the previous system, namely the income of parents/guardians , the state of the house building of the parents/guardians, the number of siblings, and the number of children still dependent on the parents. The system can be used to calculate the priority of students in receiving BSM for students whose parents/guardians do not have KPS/SKM, whereas students with their parents/guardians who have KPS/SKM get first priority to receive BSM funds, and for students with parents/guardians who did not return a questionnaire the questionnaire can still receive BSM funding in the most recent. Current research describes the workings of the algorithm of Analytical Hierarchy Process and Profile Matching algorithm in processing BSM fund distribution’s criterias to produce priority ranking information of students receiver BSM funds.
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