Positive feedback loops are self-reinforcing. The more you have, the quicker it increases. Positive feedback loops generate growth and amplify changes. In the example below, 15% of the amount in an account is added to the account each year.
Negative feedback loops are self-correcting. The more you have, the less it increases. Negative feedback loops drive systems toward equilibrium and balance. In the example below, 100% of the volume of a pond leaks out of the pond during the course of 1 year.
To Open the Model File:
- Start GoldSim
- Click on the File and select Open Example...
- Browse to General Examples and select the file called AgingChain.gsm
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