The System Dynamics Bibliography has been updated

The second update of the 2014 Bibliography is now available. It can be viewed in text format (Notepad) as well as a tab delimited format (database compatible). For those who have EndNote X or higher, there is a compressed version. Instructions may be found on the Download page.

The Bibliographic Updates page lists recent additions to the System Dynamics Bibliography. The Updates Page includes references for recent journal articles as well as older journal articles that have just been brought to our attention. We are always looking for new references or references that have not yet been included in our Bibliography.

Was your paper accepted for our Delft Conference? Have you had a journal article or conference paper published recently? Did you find your references in the System Dynamics Bibliography? If not, and you would like to share the System Dynamics, Systems Thinking or Systems Modeling references that you used, please send them to office@systemdynamics.org. We would love to hear from you.


XMILE System Dynamics Web Seminars

Last June, the OASIS Open Standards Body launched a technical committee to develop a standard for specifying and storing System Dynamics models called XMILE. As part of that effort, the XMILE Technical Committee is trying to build awareness of both System Dynamics and the formative standard through a series of web seminars. These webinars will feature a variety of applications from speakers who are likely well-known to you.

All webinars are free, and we encourage you to sign up. But more importantly, we hope you will pass this information along to people you know who might be interested in learning more about System Dynamics and the topics covered. There will be a range of applications presented – something interesting for everyone.

Please visit the OASIS XMILE Technical Committee page for upcoming webinar schedules and past webinar videos.


Request for News

Our plan to publish up to four issues of the System Dynamics Newsletter every year continues with this, the second issue of this year. Please send us your news, photographs, and ideas to be included in one of the newsletters! Additionally, if you would like to contribute an article of interest to our community, please send your suggestion to the Society office.

All newsletters since 1988 are available on the Society website under Publications.



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The System Dynamics Newsletter is published by the System Dynamics Society.
Editors: Robin Langer, LouAnne Lundgren, Weijia Ran, Rochel Rubin, Erin Sheehan, and Roberta L. Spencer