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Use of decomposition-based design optimization methods requires a priori selection of system partitioning and of the corresponding coordination strategy. Typically, partitioning systems into smaller, easier to solve subproblems leads to more complicated, computationally expensive coordination strategies. Previous optimal partitioning techniques have not addressed the coordination issue explicitly. Decomposition-based design optimization methods can ease difficulties associated with complexdoi:10.17950/ijer/v3s11/1112 fatcat:tdrrxd3qk5g77eavfaw2ut3dfu