The existence of a regular urban hierarchy results in the distribution of goods and services to the entire community and as a result a balanced distribution of facilities and services to all parts of a region. The urban network is not just a collection of physical elements, and the role and importance of each settlement is determined by the extent and dimensions of communication and flow. They set up an open system. Larger cities, with more concentration, dominate smaller cities. This research is purpose-oriented and applied in terms of nature and its method is descriptive-analytical. In this study, the studied indicators were collected in two stages through the extraction from available sources; research plans, statistics, books and experts’ opinions, and finally, rank and size models, moderate size rating, Lorenz curve, and Khuzestan urban network status were used. The results showed that the study of the urban dynamics of Khuzestan province during the years1335-1383 based on the modified Zipoff-size model indicated the imbalance in the urban system and the high concentration of population in the cities above the urban hierarchy system, especially the first city of the province was observed. Based on the Zipf-size-moderated model, there is no reasonable relationship between cities and their rank. The city has maintained its focus on other cities by concentrating its facilities and services at different levels.
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