Application of Learning Vector Quantization Method in Kinect Device AS a Base of the Development of Behaviour Detection System


  • Eko Arianto Dinas Pendidikan Pemuda dan Olahraga DIY
  • Laifa Rahmawati Universitas Ahmad Dahlan


Mental disorder, Learning Vector Quantization method, behaviour detection


One of the lessons for mental disorder students in Special Schools is practicum lessons in the form of vocational education. This lesson uses equipment that requires prudence. Mental disorder students have characteristics that are low memory and move based on intuition. Teachers should pay extra attention especially to detect student behavior during the learning. This detection is needed for learning to take place smoothly and students are safe from the dangers around the practicum place. Teacher's feedback on the detection obtained in the form of a warning from the teacher. This study is expected to be useful for providing a special detection pattern for students to assist teachers by providing feedback in the form of warnings using natural motion detection technology. This research was conducted using Kinect as data input and data was processed using artificial neural network and Learning Vector Quantization method. The dangerous attitude used in the test is the attitude of standing at the time of drilling position. The data used by training is 126 data and do training using LVQ. At the LVQ training stage, the training was conducted with parameter of Learning Rate 0,05, maximum Iteration 44, reduction of learning rate 0.01, and Learning rate minimum 0,02.