Keywords: virus, model ρSEIR, kestabilan, simulasi


The increase in the number of computer viruses can be modeled with a mathematical model of the spread of SEIR type of diseases with immunity probability. This study aims to model the pattern of the spread of computer viruses. The method used in this research is the analytical method with the probability of mathematical immunity. Based on the analysis of the model, two equilibrium points free from disease E1 and endemic equilibrium points E2 were obtained. The existence and local stability of the equilibrium point depends on the basic reproduction number R0. Equilibrium points E1 and E2 tend to be locally stable because R0<1 which means there is no spread of disease. While the numerical simulation results shown that the size of the probability of immunity will affect compartment R and the minimum size of a new computer and the spread of computer viruses will affect compartments S and E on the graph of the simulation results. The conclusion obtained by the immune model SEIR successfully shows that increasing the probability of immunity significantly affects the increase in the number of computer hygiene after being exposed to a virus.


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How to Cite
Ersela Zain, N. N. L., & Sihombing, P. R. (2021). PEMODELAN MATEMATIKA TERHADAP PENYEBARAN VIRUS KOMPUTER DENGAN PROBABILITAS KEKEBALAN. Alifmatika: Jurnal Pendidikan Dan Pembelajaran Matematika, 3(2), 122-132.
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