Analisis Sentimen Mahasiswa untuk Perbaikan Desain Afektif Ruang Kelas Jurusan Teknik Industri, Universitas Trisakti




Improving the affective classroom design is essential to maximize student performance and learning achievement. The comfort and performance achievement of Trisakti University Industrial Engineering students are influenced by the affective design of classrooms. This study aimed to use sentiment analysis in the classification of students’ perceptions of the affective classroom design. Student sentiment classification is done using a Support Vector Machine (SVM). The questionnaire analysis results also showed perceptions about the subjects that were considered the most difficult (statistics). The classrooms had a positive sentiment: FGTSC, a sample for the next stage of classroom design formulation. The results show what impressions and things the students consider in choosing the FGTSC class. Some examples of the dominant kansei word are “comfortable,” this shows that students really care about the comfort of a classroom in the learning process. The word kansei for the design concept was collected from students' perceptions of the “positive” label. Design elements that need to be improved include equipment that is less comfortable to use, less lighting, walls with graffiti and uncomfortable seating. The classification results using three SVM types Kernel linear, radial and polynomial obtained linear have the best accuracy value (76%). These results indicate that the classification of student sentiment has the maximum results with SVM linear kernel (dot) type. This method will be used in classifying student sentiment on the results of improving classroom design.


Author Biographies

Anik Nur Habyba, Universitas Trisakti

Department of Industrial Engineering

Novia Rahmawati, Universitas Trisakti

Department of Industrial Engineering

Triwulandari SD, Universitas Trisakti

Department of Industrial Engineering


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