A model of information warfare in a society under a periodic destabilizing effect
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A model of information warfare in a society when one of the parties periodically destabilizes the system by a short-term jump-wise increase in the intensity of the propaganda in the media is analyzed. The model has the form of two nonlinear ordinary differential equations with a periodic discontinuous right-hand side. The asymptotical solution to the periodic solutions are constructed for the case of low-intensity dissemination of information through interpersonal communication. The transient regime is investigated numerically.
Keywordsmathematical modeling information warfare media propaganda interpersonal communication differential equations
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