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    • k-Nearest Neighbor Classification over Semantically Secure Encrypted Relational Data

      GOPIREDDY GOPALREDDY; ASST PROF MR.JAYENDRA KUMAR
      Data Mining has wide applications in many areas such as banking, medicine, scientific research and among government agencies. Classification is one of the commonly used tasks in data mining applications. For the past decade, due to the rise of various privacy issues, many theoretical and practical solutions to the classification problem have been proposed under different security models. However, with the recent popularity of cloud computing, users now have the opportunity to outsource their data, in encrypted form, as well as the data mining tasks to the cloud. Since the data on the cloud is in encrypted form, existing privacy-preserving classification techniques are not applicable. In this paper, we focus on solving the classification problem over encrypted data. In particular, we propose a secure k-NN classifier over encrypted data in the cloud. The proposed protocol protects the confidentiality of data, privacy of user’s input query, and hides the data access patterns. To the best of our knowledge, our work is the first to develop a secure k-NN classifier over encrypted data under the semi-honest model. Also, we empirically analyze the efficiency of our proposed protocol using a real-world dataset under different parameter settings.
    • K.H. Nawawi Banten (w.1314/1897)

      Burhanuddin, Mamat Slamet (UIN Sumatera Utara, 2010)
      This article describes about the influence of Nawawi Banten to intellectual tradition in NU especially in pesantren. The author argues that Nawawi is one of the prominent ulama in Indonesia which is very influential in the formation of NU intellectual tradition. Most of pesantrens in Indonesia still use some Nawawi's works in their curiculum in some subjects such as Fiqih, Akhlaq, Theology, and Tafsir. In addition, the author states that the establishing of NU is not only caused by the spreading of Wahabi thought in Indonesia, but also as the institution of Nawawi Banten thought by teaching his works in pesantren.
    • Kabir and Chaitanya

      Beck, Sanderson (Sanderson Beck, 2011)
      The traditional dates of Kabir are 1398-1518. Some scholars have speculated that 1398 was chosen as the birth date of Kabir to account for his having known Ramananda; so they accept 1440 as a more reasonable date for his birth. Charlotte Vaudeville doubted the incident with Sikander Lodi and argued that people claimed he died in 1518 to explain that; so she suggested he died in the mid-15th century. Kabir was the son of a Muslim weaver and lived in the suburbs of Benares. As a poor Muslim, Hindus considered him of the lowest caste. His name means "Most High" and was said to have been picked at random from the Qur'an. When he was a child, his tears once prevented his father from sacrificing an animal at a religious festival. As a young man, Kabir wanted to study with the great Vaisnava saint Ramananda, who refused to look at Muslims or low-caste Hindus. So Kabir laid down on the steps by the Ganges River, where Ramananda bathed and accidentally stepped on him. Ramananda exclaimed his mantra "Ram Ram," and Kabir took this for his initiation as his disciple. Eventually Ramananda allowed his gifted disciple to come out from behind a curtain and changed his policy about admitting those of low caste or from other religions.
    • Kabir and the Kabir Panth

      Westcott, G. H. (Christ church mission press., 1907)
      The following pages represent the result of inquiries extending over the last ten years. The gradual way in which such Information, as is given, has been acquired and the number of times that first impressions have had to give way to subsequent discoveries would be sufficient warning that this representation of the subject is little likely to he free from errors. My hope is that this study will do something to increase the interest already felt by many in the various religious sects that have been called into existence in India through the efforts of distinguished teachers. I have tried to avoid dogmatising on questions that call for fuller investigation ; but we have at any rate in the teaching of Kabir an attempt to break down the barriers that separate Hindus from Muhammadans, and we have probably in the Kabir Panth a religious system that owes .something to Hindu, Muhammadan and Christian influences.
    • Kadiminekak kiwabigonem

      Lang, Carly; MacDonald, Mary Ellen; Carbevele, Franco; Levesque, Marie Josee (Native Counselling Services of Alberta, 2010)
      Background: Inequities in maternal child health exist for Aboriginal populations in Canada. Community involvement in health services programming can reduce health inequities, but barriers and facilitators to community involvement have been understudied. The primary aim of this study was to answer the question: What are the barriers and facilitators to fostering com- munity involvement in the development and implementation of a prenatal program in the Rapid Lake Algonquin community? To this end, this study also examined the questions: a) What are the health-related needs of preand postnatal women in Rapid Lake?, and b) How could these needs best be met in light of the community’s current context and available resources?
    • Kagandahang loob

      de Castro, Leonardo D. (Eubios Ethics Institute, 1999)
      "Kagandahang loob is a central concept in Philippine ethical discourse. It is generally regarded as a basic component of morally worthy behavior. One can try to understand kagandahang loob by looking at the literal meanings of the words that comprise the term. The word 'kagandahan' has its root in 'ganda' which means 'beauty.' On the other hand, 'loob' means 'inside'. Hence, 'kagandahang loob' may be translated as 'beauty within.' The opposite of kagandahang loob is kasamaang loob, which characterizes immoral action. It may be translated as 'evil within.'"
    • Kagandahang loob

      de Castro, Leonardo D (Eubios Ethics Institute, 1999-03)
    • Kai Neilsen and the Nature of Theistic Ethics

      Basinger, David (Evangelical Theological Society, 1981)
      "Theists frequently argue that nontheists must affirm the following: (1) If there is no God, each person must define "good" and "evil" for himself. (2) If each person must define "good" and "evil" for himself, there can be no objective moral standard. (3) God does not exist. (4) Therefore there can be no objective moral standard (i.e., all moral principles are relative)'"
    • kai perisson echōsin:《約翰福音》十章10b節義訓

      YANG, Junjie (Logos and Pneuma Press, 2015-01-01)
      Contains abstract in English
    • Kairos Palestine

      Kairos Palestine, Rifaat Qasis; Kairos Palestine, Patriarch Michael Sabbah (2009-12-20)
      This document is the Christian Palestinians’ word to the world about what is happening in Palestine. It is written at this time when we wanted to see the Glory of the grace of God in this land and in the sufferings of its people. In this spirit the document requests the international community to stand by the Palestinian people who have faced oppression, displacement, suffering and clear apartheid for more than six decades. The suffering continues while the international community silently looks on at the occupying State, Israel. Our word is a cry of hope, with love, prayer and faith in God. We address it first of all to ourselves and then to all the churches and Christians in the world, asking them to stand against injustice and apartheid, urging them to work for a just peace in our region, calling on them to revisit theologies that justify crimes perpetrated against our people and the dispossession of the land.
    • Kairós para Europa [Kairos Europe]

      Alvarez Bolado, Alfonso (Asociacion Iglesia Viva, 1980)
      "CEC es la sigla más usual de la conference of Eoropean churches (l), uno de los ámbitos ecuménicos en que se redistribuyen regionalmente el mayor número de las Iglesias federadas en el CWC (consejo Mundial de las Iglesias)" ["CEC is the most common abbreviation for the conference of churches Eoropean (l), one of the areas in which ecumenical regionally redistribute the highest number of federated churches in the CWC (World Council of Churches)"]
    • KAJANG; A PICTURE OF MODESTY

      Akifah, Andi; Mukrimin (IAIN Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2012-06)
      This paper explores the community of Kajang and their religious beliefs and values. Their belief on the messages stated in “Pasang ri Kajang” drive their step in running their life simply and wisely. The importance of the Pasang ri Kajang and the existence of Ammatoa as they believe as the messenger are two things that maintain their strong values and believes. Although they claimed to be Muslims, their religious practices are much different with general Muslims. They believe that “je’ne temmapettu; sembayang tellara,” which is meant, more or less, “unbreakable ritual ablution and a never ending prayers” as more important than the ritual religious practice. The concept is not primarily by the principles of Islam, but rather it is based on their attitudes and behaviors of daily life on traditional teachings supporting practices, such as “kalumbusuang” (honesty); “gattang” (consistency); “sabbara” (patience); and “appisona” (sincerity).
    • Kajian Atas Gereja Pentakosta-Kharismatik di Jawa, Indonesia

      Rodemeier, Susanne (UKDW Yogyakarta, 2016-04)
      Using a recent case study, I am going to show which realities might demand adjusting research methods during every step of ethnographic field research. I am going to show that one can not be equipped with all research methods in advance. I will demonstrate via the progression of my own research why it is necessary to continuously adjust research methods to the broader situation even if it might be quite difficult. The case I present is taken from my most recent research amongst members in charismatic Pentecostal churches on Java, Indonesia. The relationship between my informants and me is evaluated. In my case study, it was necessary to recognize the importance of the cultural peculiarities of the Javanese language, in spite of the fact that Indonesian was spoken. Also the urban research field demanded special methodology. And last, but not least, the pressure informants put on the researcher by treating her as a possible proselyte demanded an unexpected sensitive approach.
    • KAJIAN BIBLIKA TENTANG MOTIVASI YUDAS ISKARIOT MENGIKUT YESUS BERDASARKAN INJIL SINOPTIK DAN RELEVANSINYA BAGI GENERASI MILENIAL

      Pasaribu, Marulak; Tari, Ezra; Daliman, Muner; Wibowo, Paulus Trimanto (Kadesi Publisher, 2019-05-30)
      Penulis melakukan kajian motivasi Yudas Iskariot mengikut Yesus Berdasarkan Injil Sinoptik dan Relevansinya terhadap Generasi Milenial. Kajian ini berangkat dari aktifitas Yudas dalam mengikut Yesus. Yudas adalah figur murid Yesus yang mengkhianati-Nya. Penulis menyoroti motivasi Yudas mengikut Yesus. Di mana motivasi Yudas dalam mengikut Yesus yakni pertama karena cinta uang (Mat 26:14-15). Jumlah uang yang didapatkan Yudas, tiga puluh keping perak (bnd. Zak. 11:12-13). Kedua, keinginan untuk pemulihan kerajaan Israel (bnd. Kis1:6). Ketiga, karena Yudas dipengaruhi oleh sifat jahat (Luk. 22:3-4, bnd. Yoh. 6:70-71). Pokok teologis yang dipaparkan yakni pertama, pengkhianatan Yudas Iskariot menggenapi Perjanjian Lama. Kedua, pengkhianatan Yudas memperlihatkan kebobrokan institusi agama. Ketiga, pengkhianatan Yudas Iskariot merupakan penyataan Yesus adalah anak manusia yang memperlihatkan pola hukum baru sebagai umat Allah. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan kualitatif di mana dalam penelitian ini lebih menekankan pada makna dan proses daripada hasil suatu aktivitas. Sehingga dibutuhkan hermeneutik, secara khusus eksposisi. Eksposisi berarti pembentangan arti atau maksud penulisan teks. Dialektik antara pemahaman teks secara menyeluruh dan interpretasi bagian-bagiannya, yang deskripsinya diharapkan membawa makna dengan dibimbing oleh penjelasan yang diperkirakan. Yesus memanggil manusia secara pribadi. Dengan kehadiran Roh Kudus di dunia, maka setiap manusia mendapat kesempatan untuk merespon keselamatan yang datang. Respon yang datang dibarengi dengan persekutuan orang percaya. Dan menamakan diri gereja, bukan hanya sebagi institusi melainkan orang.
    • KAJIAN BIBLIKA TENTANG YESUS SEBAGAI PINTU DAN GEMBALA MENURUT YOHANES 10:1-18

      Situmorang, Jonar (STT Stars Lub Luwuk Banggai, 2019-12-18)
      This paper examines two things, which is Jesus' statement about Himself in the Gospel of John and a statement that begins with: "I ..." (Greek: εγφ ειμι = ego eimi). These two statements come out the phrase "I am the door" and "I am the good shepherd." Theologically, especially Christology, this emphasizes His personality as God who can be an example of leadership in the church. The purpose is to describe Jesus' declaration that He is the door and the Good Shepherd in John 10: 1-18 and its implications for the ministers as church leaders. The methodology in this research is descriptive analysis. As a result, the two statements of Jesus in John 10: 1-18 reflect the example of Jesus as the Good Shepherd.
    • Kajian Kerusakan Lingkungan Akibat Kegiatan Penambangan Bijih Nikel Di Kecamatan Bahodopi Kabupaten Morowali Provinsi Sulawesi Tengah

      Hasnia; Gunawan, Totok; Herumurti, Sigit (2018-03)
      This study aims to examine the types of damage, determine the level of damage, and formulate environmental management strategies due to nickel mining activities. The method used in this research is quantitative and qualitative descriptive method, with survey technique, recording and interview. Assess the level of environmental damage by scoring method and pollution index. The result of the research is to determine the type of environmental component damage in the form of land change, loss of soil shoots, loss of vegetation, loss of ground fauna and aquatic biota (fish), livelihood changes, lifestyle / behavioral changes, and social conflicts. The extent of damage to abiotic and biotic components in nickel ore mining activities in the area of research falls into the category of severe damage. The level of damage to the cultural component is included in the moderate damage criteria
    • Kajian Kerusakan Lingkungan Akibat Perilaku Masyarakat dalam Membuang Sampah dan Pengaruhnya Terhadap Kualitas Lingkungan di Sepanjang Sungai Winongo Kota Yogyakarta

      Nahar, Muhammad Fathin (2018-02)
      The research was conducted along the Winongo River in Yogyakarta City, the purpose of this research are to assess waste generation, identify the level of damage, determine behavioral attitudes and formulate strategies for environmental management of Winongo River water caused by community activities in disposing of solid waste in Yogyakarta City. The approach that used in this research is a study approach at the research site. The study approach was used in this research because the condition along the Winongo river is a densely populated settlements that there are a lot of human activities like household activities, home industry, cow and pig’s farm, hotel, restaurant and etc. The method that used are sampling of solid waste and water sample, for solid waste sample using census method by going to every house willing to be used as sample object with reference of SNI 19-3964-1994 measurement of waste generation, and the sampling of water, used sample method taken by purposive sampling to river waters upstream, middle, and downstream of Winongo River and determination of Pollutant Index with parameters of pH, Sulfate, Nitrite, Nitrate, COD and BOD, while for physical parameters are qualitatively carried out including Temperature, Color and smell of river water. Based on the result of waste generate analysis in the research site, there are seven villages along Winongo river. The villages are Kricak, Bener, Bumijo, Tegalrejo, Pakuncen,Wirobrajan, and Notoprajan, the largest inorganic waste generator was in Pakuncen Village at 2.76 kg / day and the largest organic waste generator was in Notoprajan village 2.67 kg / day. Furthermore, the results of laboratory analysis on the water quality of Winongo River showed that 4 samples that have been measured indicated 1 sample in good condition, 1 sample of lightly contaminated and 2 sample of heavy polluted, which is in accordance with PP DIY regulation no. 20 of 2008 on the Management of Water Quality and Control of Water Pollution with pH value of 6 -9; Sulfate is not required; Nitrite 0.06 mg / L; Nitrate 10 mg / L; COD 25 mg / L and BOD 3 mg / L, so that water quality in Winongo River decreases from upstream to downstream of river due to domestic activities
    • Kajian Kerusakan Lingkungan Akibat Perilaku Pembuangan Sampah Serta Pengaruhnya Terhadap Fungsi Kawasan Taman Nasional Gunung Rinjani

      Syakur, Mifwan (2018-02)
      This study aims to determine the condition of waste in the climbing route of Rinjani National Park (via Resort Sembalun), attitude and behavior of visitors and porters in disposing of waste based on educational background, and management was conducted by porters, visitors and parties of Mountain Rinjani National Park Hall (BTNGR) as well as formulating a strategy for environmental management of waste to maintain the function of TNGR area. This research is conducted at Mount Rinjani climbing route due to the increase of tourism activity in every year by visitors both local and foreign, so it can potentially lead to an increase in waste generation that can cause environmental damage. In line with the research issues that have been disclosed, this research is included into descriptive research that aims to obtain a description of the facts that occur in the field. Data collection of waste type, waste generation and waste volume is done by direct retrieval of findings in the field by calculation according to SNI 19- 3964-1995 conducted for 8 (eight) consecutive days based on each zonation in Rinjani National Park area. Determination of the number of informants and respondents sample on the social component consists of a number of 5 people working as porters, 5 respondents from visitors, and 5 respondents from BTNGR. The results showed the distribution of types of waste, waste generation and waste volume that could potentially cause environmental damage that occurred within the area of utilization zone. Attitudes, behaviors and waste management by visitors and porters still show that low levels of knowledge affect the way and the habit of disposing and managing waste. The management strategy is to establish a policy or regulation on climbing activities to reduce waste generation and to conduct temporary waste disposal (TPS) / dustbin planning with 3R (reuse, reduce and recycle) concept.
    • Kajian Kerusakan Lingkungan Berbasis Indeksketergangguan Karst di Kawasan Karst Karangbolong Kab. Kebumen

      Haryono, Eko; Suharyadi, R; Laksono, Gangsar Edi (2019)
      This research was conducted in the Karangbolong Karst Area, Kebumen Regency, Central Java Province. Human activities in the karst area can potentially threaten the sustainability of the karst area if it is not managed seriously. Environmental damage can interfere and even reduce the diversity of the value of benefits in the karst area, then we need to study so produce a karst environment management strategy as a form of karst protection. The purpose of this study is (1) to examine the types of human activities that cause damage to the karst environment; (2) to estimate the level of environmental damage in the Karangbolong Karst Area based on the environmental karst disturbance index; (3) to determine management strategies and policies for the protection of the Karangbolong Karst Area. The research method used is a field survey and literature study, sampling was done by purposive random sampling based on a closed basin map. Indicators of damage to the karst environment used include mining activities, buildings on the karst surface, vegetation density, cave damage, spring conditions and protection rules. The results of the assessment of the level of damage indicate that the level of damage is still relatively very low (60.13 percent) and low (27.07 percent) and has not shown any indication of high or very high environmental damage. The highest category of damage is still at a moderate level and only spread to eight rural areas with a total area of 722.6 Ha or 12.8 percent. Although mining and the existence of buildings above karst settlements are the highest factors, the percentage or extent of these two factors is still low and has not affected the overall level of karst damage. The management strategy is based on aspects of important appearance protection in the karst area and zonation of the level of damage and protection so it results priority management areas. Management and protection priority areas consist of three classes with strategic directions which they are described in the environmental management matrix
    • Kajian Kerusakan Lingkungan Habitat Orangutan (Pongo abelii) di Kawasan Ekosistem Leuser Kabupaten Aceh Tamiang

      Hartono; Hadisusanto, Suwarno; Ismah, Wawardah (2018)
      The Sumatran orangutan was an umbrella species for the conservation of tropical rainforests. The main threat to the survival of Sumatran orangutan is damage to their habitat due to land conversion. This was conducted in Leuser Ecosystem of Aceh Tamiang district which also a National Strategic Area. The objective of this study were (1) identification of damage to environmental components of orangutan habitat in the Leuser Ecosystem; (2) determine the level of environmental damage to orangutan habitat in the Leuser Ecosystem; and (3) formulate alternative startegies and policies for management of orangutan habitat as an environmental conservation. Identification of damage to abiotic and biotic environmental components of orangutan habitat based on forest status, type of forest ecosystem, and land use by survey methods. Vegetation analysis method were used to determine the type of vegetation for orangutan feed, nest tree species, and Shannon-Wiener diversity index. Identification of damage to cultural components using the interview and survey method. Based on the results of the assessment of identification of environmental components, the level of damage to high orangutan habitat is equal to 46.10%. The recommendation alternative startegies were forest boundary demarcation and safeguarding, forest rehabilitation, management of habitat in unprotected forest, create ecological corridors, and increase community awareness and knowledge about the conservation of orangutans. The recommendation alternative a policy that’s not overlapping and regulations that contain policies for managing orangutan habitat that must be followed up by sectoral departments, these regulations must be able to demonstrate a sense of crisis in managing orangutan habitat including those that threaten its sustainability.