@article{Asep K. Supriatna, Hennie Husniah, Aprillya R. Lanz_2020, title={The Effect of Proportional Recruitment in the Solution of a Terrorist Mathematical Mode}, volume={29}, url={https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/17710}, abstractNote={<p><span class="fontstyle0">Many mathematical models of terrorist population growth assumed a constant rate of<br>influx into the susceptible subpopulation. In reality it is plausible to assume that the<br>recruitment into the susceptible subpopulation might depend on the number of individuals<br>in the susceptible subpopulation and on the number of the terrorist itself. For the<br>terrorist, the bigger the size of their population, it is likely, the more intense the program<br>they run to attract people to become susceptible to the ideology they bear. Likewise, the<br>bigger the size of terrorist populations the more intense protection made by the authority<br>or government to their citizens (general population). This phenomenon is rarely discussed<br>in many terrorist population growth mathematical models. In this paper we discuss a<br>model by considering a proportional recruitment to the susceptible subpopulation and<br>look at the relationship between this recruitment and the effect to the critical level of<br>intervention. We found that in some circumstances intervention may lead to a paradoxical<br>situation in which more militants appear. We also discuss the level of infiltration that able<br>to reduce the number of militants.</span> </p>}, number={7s}, journal={International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology}, author={Asep K. Supriatna, Hennie Husniah, Aprillya R. Lanz}, year={2020}, month={May}, pages={3802-3808} }