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A SEIRS Model Analysis And Simulation For Dengue Fever Transmission

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Syafruddin Side, Nasiah Badwi, Muh. Isbar Pratama, Sahlan Sidjara, Wahidah Sanusi



SEIRS model; Model analysis; simulation of SEIRS Model.



This study aims to obtain a SEIRS model and analysis for dengue fever transmission. The SEIRS model is a modification of the SEIR model; the method used is the lyapunov function method in the global stability analysis of the SEIRS model, simulation models using MATLAB software and the data used is assumption data. The results obtained are the SEIRS model for transmission of dengue fever which is a non-linear differential equation with a seven dimension. The results of the model analysis provide information on the existence theorem, disease-free status and endemic dengue fever. Simulation results can predict the number of dengue fever cases, both for cases of disease-free and endemic dengue fever. Model simulation can be used to predict the number of cases of dengue fever in a region while providing disease status information so that the government can take preventive measures early.



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