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ANFIS Domestic Water Consumption Model Before and During Covid19 Pandemic in Tangerang Indonesia

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WHO has declared Covid-19 disease as a pandemic on a global scale. The Indonesian government had announced a physical distancing & movement control order (PSBB) to combat Covid-19 transmission. The effect of PSBB caused many factories to stop operating and forced workers to work from home. This event had resulted in the increase in domestic water consumption. In this paper, we analyze the increased domestic water consumption using ANFIS mathematical model. The model shows the increase in domestic water consumption three months before and the first three months of the Covid-19 pandemic, due to PSBB, Moslem religious rituals such as fasting in Ramadhan, and the ban of Homecoming in Eid Fitr. We can see the model shows significant increases in domestic water consumption from 3 constant variables such as: A from 1,243,000 to 1,288,000, B from 1,303,000 to 1,410,000, and C from 1,279,000 to 1,340,000.

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Septiyana, D., Rahman, M.A., Ariff, T.F.B.M., Sukindar, N.A., Adesta, E.Y.T. (2023). ANFIS Domestic Water Consumption Model Before and During Covid19 Pandemic in Tangerang Indonesia. In: Maleque, M.A., Ahmad Azhar, A.Z., Sarifuddin, N., Syed Shaharuddin, S.I., Mohd Ali, A., Abdul Halim, N.F.H. (eds) Proceeding of 5th International Conference on Advances in Manufacturing and Materials Engineering. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-9509-5_5

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