Implementasi Algoritma Apostolico-Giancarlo Pada Pencarian Katalog Mebel Pt.Yasanda Berbasis Mobile
Keywords:String matching, Catalog Search, Apostolico-Giancarlo Method
Catalogs are documentation arranged according to a particular system in the form of cards, sheets, or books, which contain information about a product. Catalogs can function as promotional media to increase sales of a product. PT. Yasanda has a very large number of products that are very much to be marketed with different types of doors. The problems faced in this study, To increase the prospect of selling Furniture products of PT. YASANDA, of course, requires a catalog of furniture to make it easier for consumers to choose products to buy. With the development of the current information technology is growing rapidly so that the use of catalogs in the form of cards, sheets, or books is considered inefficient because of the limited display of many products in the catalog in the form of cards, sheets, or books so that potential customers have problems finding products of their choice with fast.
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