K-Nearest Neighbor Implementation in the application of Appraisal Comparison Data Search
Appraisal is an activity to estimate the price of an object. This activity is often used to get a fair price for a property. The approach that is often used in property valuation is to compare objects that are valued with market data as a comparison. This study aims to obtain comparative data on appraisal. The method used is the K-Nearest Neighbor (K-NN) and ecludean distance classification method to find the proximity of the object being assessed with market data around the object to be assessed. The finding of this study is in the form of a comparative data search application using the K-NN method with a total K = 3.
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