Forecasting and Optimal Control of Outputs Country Industries with State Space Modeling and Laplace Transform Approch

Document Type : Original Article


1 Ph.D, Shiraz University.

2 Assistant professor, Shiraz University.


In this study the state space model and Laplace conversion for optimal control and forecast output of industrial groups were used. To this purpose, all industrial groups in the form of a system with specific data and the output were considered. Measure impacts of inputs on outputs or phrase calculated transfer function. So based on this method, state space equations in terms of all industrial groups were calculated with the Laplace transform, the behavior of industrial groups in the form of a system with multiple inputs and output was defined. With regard equations state space and Laplace, to predict and control the output of industrial groups in the future period, import input into the model and through this output was calculated. This method results in comparison with other methods showed that using state space control and forecast output is very good and the results, verify the claim determines.


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