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Susceptible Exposed Infected Recovery (SEIR) Model with Imigration: An Equilibrium Point and Its Stability
Purnami Widyaningsih

Last modified: 2017-06-23


Abstract. Infectious deseases such as rubelle, mumps, measles, pertussis are caused by viruses or bacterias. There is a period of incubation in the spread of these diseases. The incubation period is a period in which individuals who are attacked by viruses or bacterias began shows clinical symptoms but have not been able to transmit the disease. The spread of disease by observing the period of incubation can be represented by the susceptible exposed infected recovery (SEIR). Immigration has an influence on the spread of disease. This is in consequence of This caused by immigrants who could carry the disease from their areas to other places. For this reason, the SEIR model with immigration to be considered.In this article we will discribe the SEIR model with immigration, determine a equilibrium point and stability of the equilibrium points. The SEIR model with immigration can be represented as system of the first ordinary differention equations. The model has  two endemic equilibrium points.  It means that there is still disease at the equilibrium point. The stability of the two equilibrium points respectively are unstable and asymtotically stable.