System Dynamics Glossary
What is the meaning of Negative Feedback?
Negative feedback is a form of circular causality
which characteristically tends to produce a stable reaction, that is,
a tendency to diminish or counteract a change in any
one of its elements. For a more detailed explanation of
the feedback phenomenon, see Richardson (1991) and Coyle (1996).
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