Analyzing Decision Support System for Determining Eligibility of Home Ownership Loan Using Fuzzy Mamdani Logical Method and Technology Acceptance Model in Banking

  • Wendi Usino Universitas Budi Luhur
  • Ayi Bayyinah Universitas Budi Luhur
Keywords: Decision Support System, Fuzzy Mamdani, Matlab, Technology Acceptance Model (TAM)

Abstract

Every year, the number of people who want to own a house by credit increase, therefore the chances of increasing problem loans will be greater. Non-Performing Loan (NPL) is an indicator to assess the performance of bank functions. The higher the NPL value, the performance of the bank is considered worse. In order to maintain the caution of banks (creditors) in the provision of credit, the bank needs to assess and determine the criteria of debtors who can be given credit. So the bank can make decisions precisely and accurately. In this research, the Researcher will design decision support system with Mamdani fuzzy logic method with the resulted output in the form of "rejected" or "approved" decision. The accuracy rate in this study is 98%. 2% of the difference consists of 63.64% is a debtor with NPL credit status (problematic). After the system was designed in this study, the researcher conducted an analysis to see the user behavior when using the system. The method used is Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). The result of TAM analysis is the simultaneous relationship among of all variables on the acceptance of information technology (acceptance of IT) have a positive impact. However, a partial relationship between perceived usefulness and attitude toward using does not have a positive effect.

Published
2019-01-29
How to Cite
Usino, W., & Bayyinah, A. (2019). Analyzing Decision Support System for Determining Eligibility of Home Ownership Loan Using Fuzzy Mamdani Logical Method and Technology Acceptance Model in Banking. Data Science: Journal of Computing and Applied Informatics, 3(1), 57-75. https://doi.org/10.32734/jocai.v3.i1-619

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