Reference #335: Thinking in Systems

Delays are strong drivers of system behaviour. Changing the length of a delay may have a large impact on the system. However, the resulting behaviour change is often counterintuitive — a change in delay may have the opposite effect than intended, for example strengthening oscillations rather than dampening them.

Meadows. Thinking in Systems, 2008. (57)

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