Subssystems with stock ports only receiving and providing physical entities usually in a modified form

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Basic model of an account with optional interest


A reservoir that aggregates multiple stock ports


This information is part of the Business Simulation Library (BSL).

Incubators are subsystems that can be seen as more aggregate versions of a stocks/reservoirs. They receive physical entities from other systems or provide entities to be "withdrawn". Entities stored in an incubator will typically be transformed while they are stored within the system.

An account which allows physical deposits and withdrawals (e.g., a checking account) can be seen as a basic example: While money is stored in the account, interest payments are received increasing the balance of the account.

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