Aplikasi pemodelan matematika dalam memodelkan penyebaran virus Covid-19 di Indonesia


  • Reynhard Haryman Pasaribu Universitas Negeri Medan
  • Zulfan Idris Shaleh Harahap Universitas Negeri Medan
  • Bayu Arga Putra Universitas Negeri Medan
  • Sri Laila Angelina Siregar Universitas Negeri Medan


model mathematical, SIR, Covid-19


Pandemics occur in the world, all countries experience shocks by the presence and spread of a virus, namely covid-19. So that the virus does not spread more widely, especially in Indonesia, it needs to be handled and handled well. The purpose of this study is to analyze, and interpret a simulation of a mathematical model of the spread of the covid-19 virus with cure rates and infection with the virus. In the preparation of the model obtained mathematical models. From the model obtained a range of percentage of virus spread with a cure rate, I (n) <1. The results of the modeling show the virus spread will gradually decrease from the population.


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How to Cite

Pasaribu, R. H., Harahap, Z. I. S., Putra, B. A., & Siregar, S. L. A. (2020). Aplikasi pemodelan matematika dalam memodelkan penyebaran virus Covid-19 di Indonesia. Prosiding Seminar Nasional Matematika Dan Pendidikan Matematika, 5, 194–199. Retrieved from https://conference.upgris.ac.id/index.php/senatik/article/view/916