The utility of component connection concepts, when applied to system dynamics models of societal systems, is explored. Potential benefits that might accrue as a result from such application may depend in part upon the size of such models. For particularly large models, there is a considerable gain in computational efficiency that results from the component connection approach. Additional benefits may accrue in such areas as sensitivity analysis and computer-aided design, and these benefits are independent of size.
|Number of pages||4|
|State||Published - 1977|
|Event||Proc of the Midwest Symp on Circuits and Syst, 20th, Tex Tech Univ - Lubbock, TX, USA|
Duration: Aug 15 1977 → Aug 17 1977
|Conference||Proc of the Midwest Symp on Circuits and Syst, 20th, Tex Tech Univ|
|City||Lubbock, TX, USA|
|Period||08/15/77 → 08/17/77|