Dynamic Simulation

This chapter shows you how to model changes over time. This can be done in Analytica by means of dynamic variables. A dynamic variable is a quantity that changes over time — for example, the effect of inflation on car prices over a ten-year period — with a recurrence or dependence on previous time periods. The term dynamic is used in this chapter to refer to Dynamic function, an Analytica system function that together with the system variable Time enables to perform dynamic simulations. We recommend that you read the Arrays and Indexes chapter, before using these features.


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