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Intra-Vector Flow Pattern Example

Synkretik
An example of how you can simulate flows between instances of a vector.
Here we have a vectorized Staff  Stock with 2 roles/instances: Senior and Junior.   Every year a given percentage ([Percent Junior Staff Promoted]) of the Junior Staff is promoted to a Senior role.
IMPORTANT: when creating this pattern be sure that the bi-directional flow has the hollow arrow tip pointing outwards

Vector Staff

  • 2 years 8 months ago

Bug Control

Girikanth Avadhanula
Bugs have a life cycle. The population of the bugs can be controlled by destroying the stocks of eggs/nymphs/adults or by controlling the rate at which they lay eggs, the rate of hatching of the eggs and the rate at which the nymphs become adults. The growth also depends on the time taken for eggs to hatch and for the nymphs to become adults. Some of the control strategies could also be to increase this time. The effectiveness of these strategies differs and the model lets you evaluate them

Environment Health Bugs Pests Cancer Vector

  • 4 months 2 weeks ago

Clone of Intra-Vector Flow Pattern Example

Pieter van der Ploeg
An example of how you can simulate flows between instances of a vector.
Here we have a vectorized Staff  Stock with 2 roles/instances: Senior and Junior.   Every year a given percentage ([Percent Junior Staff Promoted]) of the Junior Staff is promoted to a Senior role.
IMPORTANT: when creating this pattern be sure that the bi-directional flow has the hollow arrow tip pointing outwards

Vector Staff

  • 2 years 3 months ago