ConstantConverterA constant value is turned into a constant signal 
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The parameter value
is used to set the continous output y making it a constantvalued signal.
ConstantConverterRate, ConstantConverterTime, ConstantConverterBoolean
value 
Value: Type: OutputType Description: Value of constant output 

y 
Type: RealOutput Description: Constant output signal 

BusinessSimulation.Examples Extending the first example to include replacement purchases 

BusinessSimulation.Examples Further extending the first example to explain new product diffusion 

BusinessSimulation.Examples Classical epidemic model by Kermack and McKendrick 

BusinessSimulation.Converters.DiscreteDelay Pipeline information delay with awareness 
BusinessSimulation.CausalLoop Sshaped logistic growth process 

BusinessSimulation.CausalLoop Interaction with linear and nonlinear terms 

BusinessSimulation.Stocks Material stock, that cannot be drained or filled beyond its capacity limits 

BusinessSimulation.Stocks Batch processing of inflow (aka batch delay) 

BusinessSimulation.Flows.Unidirectional The outflow from a dynamic stock is split into n outflows proportional to the weights given 

BusinessSimulation.Flows.Interaction The inflow to B is proportional to the outflow from A 

BusinessSimulation.Flows.Interaction The outflow from A is proportional to the inflow to B 

BusinessSimulation.Flows.Interaction Linear model of interaction between two stocks 

BusinessSimulation.Flows.Interaction The LotkaVolterra equations to model predatorpreydynamics 

BusinessSimulation.Flows.Interaction Outflows depend upon the product of the stocks and a factor 

BusinessSimulation.SourcesOrSinks A stock is drained at a given rate 

BusinessSimulation.SourcesOrSinks Exponential decline of connected stock 

BusinessSimulation.SourcesOrSinks Exponential growth of connected stock 

BusinessSimulation.SourcesOrSinks A stock is filled at a given rate 

BusinessSimulation.SourcesOrSinks Logistic growth model 

BusinessSimulation.Converters.DiscreteDelay Pipeline information delay without awareness 

BusinessSimulation.Converters.DiscreteDelay Nth order exponential smooth with constant averaging time 

BusinessSimulation.Converters.DiscreteDelay Higher order smooth with different delay times for positive and negative changes 

BusinessSimulation.Converters A constant rate is turned into a constantvalued signal 

BusinessSimulation.Converters Input u will be stated as dimensionless fraction with regard to a reference value 

BusinessSimulation.Converters Input is divided by polynomial function of lambda 

BusinessSimulation.Converters Input is multiplied with polynomial function of lambda 

BusinessSimulation.Converters Exponentiation of input 

BusinessSimulation.Converters Gradual approach of a ceiling that cannot be exceeded 

BusinessSimulation.InformationSources Input signal with constant rate information 

BusinessSimulation.MoleculesOfStructure.InformationProcessing Trendbased forecast for an exponentially growing quantity 

BusinessSimulation.MoleculesOfStructure.Blocks Modeling the influence of excessive workloads on productivity or quality 

BusinessSimulation.MoleculesOfStructure.Blocks Unit cost degression due to gaining experience 

BusinessSimulation.MoleculesOfStructure.Incubators Basic model of an account with optional interest 

BusinessSimulation.MoleculesOfStructure.Actuators Social diffusion via direct contacts and/or a basic conversion rate 

BusinessSimulation.Interfaces.PartialCLD Partial class for flow port with timing 

BusinessSimulation.Interfaces.PartialCLD Source or sink process driven by stock info output 

BusinessSimulation.Interfaces.PartialCLD Partial source or sink for causal loop diagramming 