System Dynamics Models

These models and simulations have been tagged “System Dynamics”.

Related tagsSterman

   Evolution of Covid-19 in Brazil:  
  A System Dynamics Approach  
 Villela, Paulo (2020) paulo.villela@engenharia.ufjf.br  This model is based on  Crokidakis, Nuno . (2020).  Data analysis and modeling of the evolution of COVID-19 in Brazil . For more details see full paper  here .
Evolution of Covid-19 in Brazil:
A System Dynamics Approach

Villela, Paulo (2020)
paulo.villela@engenharia.ufjf.br

This model is based on Crokidakis, Nuno. (2020). Data analysis and modeling of the evolution of COVID-19 in Brazil. For more details see full paper here.

 Based on a dialogue on the System Dynamics mailing list regarding the current level of acceptance of   System Dynamics   after it has been promoted for over 40 years I dredged up the following set of influences as a thought exercise. This is an example of a   Drifting Goals Systems Archetype  .

Based on a dialogue on the System Dynamics mailing list regarding the current level of acceptance of System Dynamics after it has been promoted for over 40 years I dredged up the following set of influences as a thought exercise. This is an example of a Drifting Goals Systems Archetype.

The main scope in this model is seeing how several variables can affect the amounCicl
The main scope in this model is seeing how several variables can affect the amounCicl
A pest known as a grape-leaf hopper can cause considerable losses in vineyards. Periodically it was found that a natural parasite, anagrus epos, drastically reduced the size of the hopper population. This, in turn, led to a reduction in food (hoppers) available to the parasite and the parasite popul
A pest known as a grape-leaf hopper can cause considerable losses in vineyards. Periodically it was found that a natural parasite, anagrus epos, drastically reduced the size of the hopper population. This, in turn, led to a reduction in food (hoppers) available to the parasite and the parasite population declined until the hopper population increased again. This cycle would repeat.It was found that the parasite, anagrus epos, also feeds on a non-pest leaf hopper which feeds on blackberries. By planting small patches of wild blackberries in the vineyards, the growers were able to maintain a stable parasite population that was large enough to control population explosions of both leaf hoppers.
Ciclo 1 de construcción, consta de Project scope modifications consturction errors y rework
Ciclo 1 de construcción, consta de Project scope modifications consturction errors y rework
The main scope in this model is seeing how several variables can affect the amounCicl
The main scope in this model is seeing how several variables can affect the amounCicl
 Instructions  Adjust values by using the sliders below or typing in values, then press "Simulate"     To find total cases or total cost with or without WGS, run the simulation twice with WGS = 0 and WGS = 1 (make sure you record the values each time)      Refresh page to restore default values
Instructions
Adjust values by using the sliders below or typing in values, then press "Simulate"

To find total cases or total cost with or without WGS, run the simulation twice with WGS = 0 and WGS = 1 (make sure you record the values each time)

Refresh page to restore default values

Warning:
Initial proportion of asymptomatically colonised patients + Initial proportion of symptomatically infected patients must be < 1

Proportion of admissions asymptomatically colonised + Proportion of admissions with symptomatic infection must be <1

Email amy.buchanan-hughes@costellomedical.com with queries or comments
WIP Overview model structures of Khalid Saeed's 2014  WPI paper  Jay
Forrester’s Disruptive Models of Economic Behavior  See also General SD and Macroeconomics CLDs  IM-168865
WIP Overview model structures of Khalid Saeed's 2014 WPI paper Jay Forrester’s Disruptive Models of Economic Behavior  See also General SD and Macroeconomics CLDs IM-168865
  Problém časové alokace     Semestrální práce      V této simulaci můžeme pozorovat přibližnou dobu na dokončení projektu, který má zadané parametry, jenž ovlivňují dobu jeho dokončení. Zároveň také znázorňuje zjednodušené nabývání znalostí a nárůst (případně pokles) mzdy v poměru se znalostmi.
Problém časové alokace
Semestrální práce

V této simulaci můžeme pozorovat přibližnou dobu na dokončení projektu, který má zadané parametry, jenž ovlivňují dobu jeho dokončení. Zároveň také znázorňuje zjednodušené nabývání znalostí a nárůst (případně pokles) mzdy v poměru se znalostmi.

Celý model obsahuje 3 hladiny - vývojový čas, plat a znalosti vývojářů. Mezi parametry, jenž lze zadávat a jenž ovlivňují celkovou dobu vývoje, patří: počet vývojářů (1 - 10), základní mzda (35.000 - 120.000), termín (1 - 6) a obsáhlost projektu (0.4 - 2).

Celkový počet vývojářů a znalosti vývojářů ovlivňují výslednou mzdu jednotlivých vývojářů. Termín určuje za jak dlouhou dobu si přeje klient projekt dokončen (pravý čas se dozví v simulaci) a obsáhlost projektu představuje o jak velký projekt se jedná.

V simulaci lze pozorovat tři grafy. První porovnává požadovaný čas s reálným časem stráveným na projektu, spolu s křivkou komplexnosti jednotlivých prvků, které se vyskytly během vývoje. Druhý graf nám ukazuje nárůst znalostí aktuálního týmu (tým se znalostí 1 dokonale rozumí dané problematice) a na třetím grafu lze vidět vývoj mzdy vývojářů během projektu (mzda je závislá na znalostech, tedy graf má stejný tvar).
Based on model discussed by John D. Sterman (p 508) in  All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist  (2002). Task: (A) Sketch what you think the resultant graph will be (see directions for drawing in model). (B) Then Run Simulation.  Optional Extension: Replace Graph In/Out Flo
Based on model discussed by John D. Sterman (p 508) in All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist (2002). Task: (A) Sketch what you think the resultant graph will be (see directions for drawing in model). (B) Then Run Simulation.  Optional Extension: Replace Graph In/Out Flow connection with a connection from Trig. function.  Repeat (A) & (B).
From Jay Forrester 1988 killian lectures youtube  video  describing system dynamics at MIT. For more detailed biography See Jay Forrester memorial  webpage  For MIT HIstory see  IM-184930  For Applications se  IM-185462
From Jay Forrester 1988 killian lectures youtube video describing system dynamics at MIT. For more detailed biography See Jay Forrester memorial webpage For MIT HIstory see IM-184930 For Applications se IM-185462
 The System Dynamic Model represents the Covid19 cases in Brgy. Sicsican, Puerto Princesa City as of May 27,2022.         Total population of Brgy. Sicsican - 22625    Total Covid19 cases as of May 27, 2022 - 250    Local transmission - 241    Imported transmission - 9    Recovery - 226    Death Due
The System Dynamic Model represents the Covid19 cases in Brgy. Sicsican, Puerto Princesa City as of May 27,2022. 

Total population of Brgy. Sicsican - 22625
Total Covid19 cases as of May 27, 2022 - 250
Local transmission - 241
Imported transmission - 9
Recovery - 226
Death Due to Covid19 - 15
Based on model discussed by John D. Sterman (p 508) in  All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist  (2002). Task: (A) Sketch what you think the resultant graph will be (see directions for drawing in model). (B) Then Run Simulation.  Optional Extension: Replace Graph In/Out Flo
Based on model discussed by John D. Sterman (p 508) in All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist (2002). Task: (A) Sketch what you think the resultant graph will be (see directions for drawing in model). (B) Then Run Simulation.  Optional Extension: Replace Graph In/Out Flow connection with a connection from Trig. function.  Repeat (A) & (B).
Based on model discussed by John D. Sterman (p 508) in  All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist  (2002). Task: (A) Sketch what you think the resultant graph will be (see directions for drawing in model). (B) Then Run Simulation.  Optional Extension: Replace Graph In/Out Flo
Based on model discussed by John D. Sterman (p 508) in All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist (2002). Task: (A) Sketch what you think the resultant graph will be (see directions for drawing in model). (B) Then Run Simulation.  Optional Extension: Replace Graph In/Out Flow connection with a connection from Trig. function.  Repeat (A) & (B).
This model represents a repair contract to fix a group of houses with unresolved construction defects.
This model represents a repair contract to fix a group of houses with unresolved construction defects.
Based on model discussed by John D. Sterman (p 508) in  All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist  (2002). Task: (A) Sketch what you think the resultant graph will be (see directions for drawing in model). (B) Then Run Simulation.  Optional Extension: Replace Graph In/Out Flo
Based on model discussed by John D. Sterman (p 508) in All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist (2002). Task: (A) Sketch what you think the resultant graph will be (see directions for drawing in model). (B) Then Run Simulation.  Optional Extension: Replace Graph In/Out Flow connection with a connection from Trig. function.  Repeat (A) & (B).
Based on model discussed by John D. Sterman (p 508) in  All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist  (2002). Task: (A) Sketch what you think the resultant graph will be (see directions for drawing in model). (B) Then Run Simulation.  Optional Extension: Replace Graph In/Out Flo
Based on model discussed by John D. Sterman (p 508) in All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist (2002). Task: (A) Sketch what you think the resultant graph will be (see directions for drawing in model). (B) Then Run Simulation.  Optional Extension: Replace Graph In/Out Flow connection with a connection from Trig. function.  Repeat (A) & (B).