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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 1)
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Dynamic Model of Urban Sports Infrastructure Supply and Demand Based on GDP Growth

Wenjing Zhang, Kebai Li, Peiyan Fu and Xiao-Qin Xu
Corresponding Author:  Wenjing Zhang 

Key words:  Construction control, dynamic model, GDP growth, sports infrastructure, supply and demand, ,
Vol. 7 , (1): 72-76
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January 26, 2013 February 25, 2013 January 01, 2014
Abstract:

For different city, the change rate of the supply and demand of the sports infrastructure is not the same and is subject to regional GDP growth constraints. Taking GDP growth as control variables, a dynamic model of multi-city sports infrastructure supply and demand system was established. According to Lyapunov stability theory, the system asymptotically stable condition was obtained. Using the linear matrix inequality method, the paper gets a control method that cities with different development level can be unified use for making their sports infrastructure system asymptotically stable and supply-demand equilibrium. The method can reduce the cities’ sports infrastructure construction control complexity.
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Wenjing Zhang, Kebai Li, Peiyan Fu and Xiao-Qin Xu, 2014. Dynamic Model of Urban Sports Infrastructure Supply and Demand Based on GDP Growth.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(1): 72-76.
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