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The 21st century worldwide growth of forest simulation is much about thinking about the consequences of CO2 in the atmosphere.
Thinking over Time.
This article was formerly published as The 21st century worldwide growth of Forest product.
However, we have decided for smaller, more reasonable official product publications. The reasoning shall be relatively short there, and further thoughts and personal opinions around the topic shall be written in Logbook Articles. So that people downloading our software can follow and develop their own thoughts, and are not mislead too far by mine, on the product page.
So from 2020, in the Logbook of Dynamic Applications, we shall concern ourselves with Articles, Short Stories, Essays and Noteworthy Thoughts around Values and Targets, as well around Society, Politics, Democracy, Law and Order, Targets in Life, and finally, Sustainable Thinking.
As that’s what we learn from working with, working on Dynamic Applications.
Matthew James Bellamy.
work of / recorded and
You were never truly loved
You’ve only been betrayed
You were never truly nurtured
By churches or the state
You were left unprotected
To these wild and fragile lands
This is a very interesting article by Wang Zhao about fundamental blocks of System Dynamics archetypes in elaborated detail, posted by @YoungModeler.
For everyone new to the topic, a simple overview of the basic feedback loops that are common to Business Model Generation as well can be found on Wikipedia’s article about System Archetypes. As well, the basic picture of those interacting Problems-and-Success Models can be found within each Dynamic Application.
Building World Models, altogether. A great topic to discuss.
I found that management picutre on German Wikipedia, translated the picture to English, called it “Balanced Scorecard – Management”, and added that picture to the top right icons in Dynamic Applications. Finally, i’ve uploaded it to the english article on System Archetypes at Wikipedia. Where it resides until today.
How could such archetypes or “building blocks” be incorporated with Dynamic Applications? – your suggestions are highly appreciated.
For everyone interested in more detailed building blocks, see PDF Attachment at the bottom of the article by @YoungModeler, reblogged below.
By Wang Zhao
Located in Lisbon, Portugal
European Master in System Dynamics candidate 2017-2019
Modellers face a problem: Too few of their models ever get reused. Meanwhile, many projects start by building a new model from scratch requiring plenty of research to conceptualize the model structure. If we see these two aspects from the perspective of ‘supply’ and ‘demand’, is there any ‘mismatch’ in between that hinders models from reuse? If so, what could be the reason?
Most system dynamics models
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This is a Top 25 Freeware and Shareware Download Website Rating.
It started with 10 pages, now it’s beyond 25 already, with 1800 singular freeware website pages hosting Dynamic Applications, altogether (according to Robosoft, our digital Freeware upload agent). Not counting your numerous (re)publications on SocialMedia, it would be impossible to name you all, here.
Thank you so much for supporting us.
However you do it, in the end, this review is a personal preference.
Still, let’s try to define some criteria for all kinds of Freeware Websites, Shareware Websites, and Donationware Website Hosts around the Globe, who may want to be included, here.
Pirate Desire is Transparency. Privacy Protection. and Participation.
Every simulation model that you can develop in here will be fully Transparent towards the people. It’s also gonna protect your Privacy, by gathering no data at all. And the third thing to know is that it’s participative. We are voting on the next big thing to publish.
Pirate Desire can do calculations in x / y / t, and it can integrate over time.
And so, in being Pirates, we vote in online democracy, having the tolerance of accepting our ever so different, worldwide value systems. We the people, all over this one world.
Pirate Desire was published on martinbernhardt.wordpress.com.
We the people. Pirates of the world, united.
Pirate Desire is (c) 2018 Martin Bernhardt of Dynamic Applications (P).
#Participation. altogether. justice. and same rights for all. our vision.
as i understand it, they are saying that the number of things and hard labour to be done for living in paradise, as a whole, is ever so more decreasing.
which means, we gotta face it: there will be less essential jobs.
so here we go.
- Introductory offering: 100%,
- Standard from Aug/2017: 75%/25%.
at Dynamic Applications, we have a tradition in that we offer exceptional business cases to all our customers, and partners where possible.
It’s your choice. Stay here or look for some other people, to rip you off. Make up your mind and come back here, anytime. You know, Rome also wasn’t built in a day.
Never complain, never explain. Just go your way. At Dynamic Applications, we don’t know everything. We just explain a little on our way, you know. Here and there.
A final hint, before we enter the store. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.
Management theory, you know. Heard a few things about it.
Mary Stuart, here.
so there we go, a first official Escalation with a partner of Dynamic Applications.
I’ve been discussing with Microsoft about our common culture quite a while, however, in the end it became a little tedious to discuss our conflicts again and again.
Concept of Customer Analytics.
don’t know if you heard about it, but these days, at The big Apple, they are thinking about freedom and individuality.
As seen in their latest product demo, in year one after publishing the iPad pro, on 2nd thought they decided to find privacy and data protection important as well.
And so @Apple, they are using a brand-new name for it:
USP weekend voting competition is #live!
we think Predicted Desire has 12 Unique Selling Points.
send your vote, and get our promise: we’ll Retweet you to 12 k Followers, minimum.
excellent description of the sustainability approach that we learn from nature.
By Carlo Cuijpers
Located in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Sustainability/corporate social responsibility consultant at KPMG
European Master in System Dynamics, Class 2012-2014
Interests: systems and sustainability thinking, modelling sustainability issues
The average person has most likely never heard of ‘’Limits to Growth’’(Meadows, Meadows, Randers, & Behrens III, 1972), or the Club of Rome. Nevertheless, every systems thinker is familiar with the book and the story behind it – from reading it, watching the film (Last Call, 2012) or from their studies. It is possibly the systems thinking study which has received the most attention. As a consequence, the study caused a spike in interest in the field. Ever since there has been a strong link between systems and sustainability thinking.
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