Understanding Structure of Poverty Dimensions in East Java: Bicluster Approach

Budi Yuniarto, Robert Kurniawan

Abstract


Poverty is still become a main problem for Indonesia, where recently, the view point of poverty is not just from income or consumption, but it’s defined multidimensionally. The understanding of the structure of multidimensional poverty is essential to government to develop policies for poverty reduction. This paper aims to describe the structure of poverty in East Java by using variables forming the dimensions of poverty and to investigate any clustering patterns in the region of East Java with considering the poverty variables using biclustering method. Biclustering is an unsupervised technique in data mining where we are grouping scalars from the two-dimensional matrix. Using bicluster analysis, we found two bicluster where each bicluster has different characteristics.

DOI: 10.15408/sjie.v6i2.4769


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poverty; multidimensional poverty; biclustering

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15408/sjie.v6i2.4769

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