A system is hyperstable if it consists of more than one degenerative (negative) feedback loop. In this situation, any action taken to modify one of its elements is offset not only by the loop, in which that element is located but also by the whole set of negative loops, which act to support it, thus super-stabilizing the system.[1]

See alsoEdit


  1. Juan Martín García (2011), Theory and Practical Exercises of System Dynamics, Barcelona, Spain: Juan Martín García, ISBN 8460998045, 8460998045, 

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