Reference #331: Thinking in Systems

In real systems, unlike simple models, there is a rarely a single feedback loop. Rather there are frequently multiple feedback loops linked together that create complex system behaviour. A single stock is likely to be affected by several balancing and reinforcing feedback loops; a single flow may likewise be affected by the levels of many different stocks.

Meadows. Thinking in Systems, 2008. (34)

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