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Embay Rohaeti, Sri Wardatun, Ani Andriyati

Judul : Stability Analysis Model of Spreading and Controlling of Tuberculosis (Case Study: Tuberculosis in Bogor Region, West Java, Indonesia)
Abstrak :

This research described the phenomenon of the spreading of tuberculosis in Bogor West Java Indonesia into a mathematical model used SIR model (Susceptible, Infected, Recovered model), because of tuberculosis is an infectious disease that made death, needed a treatment time of 6 to 9 months and the cost was expensive, so that the rate of spreading of tuberculosis must be controlled. Analytical level consisted of fixed point searching, analyzing the stability of a fixed point, determining the basic reproduction ratio, then analyzed numerically used Mathematica software. The results of this research showed that the most influential parameters in the spreading of tuberculosis, so that the spreading of tuberculosis in Bogor can be solved. Hence, it would prevent poverty and unproductiveness cases, and gave government policy which was related to control of spreading tuberculosis.


Tahun : 2015 Media Publikasi : Jurnal Internasional
Kategori : Jurnal No/Vol/Tahun : 52, 2559 - 2566 / 9 / 2015
ISSN/ISBN : 1312-885X (Print) 1314-7552 (Online)
PTN/S : - Program Studi : MATEMATIKA
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