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System dynamics, the basic elements of

  
In Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science (2009), pp. 856-862, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-30440-3_536

Abstract

[Excerpt: Glossary] [::Endogenous] Generated from within. Contrasting with “exogenous,” meaning generated by forces external to a system or point of view. [::Feedback loop] A closed path of causal influences and information, forming a circular-causal loop of information and action. [::System dynamics] System dynamics is a computer-aided approach to theory-building, policy analysis and strategic decision support emerging from an endogenous point of view. [Definition of the Subject] System dynamics is a computer-aided approach to theory building, policy analysis, and strategic decision support emerging from an endogenous point of view [...]. It applies to dynamic problems arising in ...

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