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Microgrid formation is a promising solution to enhance resiliency of distribution networks. The self-adequacy feature of a microgrid enables continuity of power supply through distributed generation (DG) units during severe faults and natural disasters. In this paper, different methods commonly used to partition a distribution network into multiple microgrids are presented, including the graph theory, heuristic rule-based algorithm, cluster-based technique, and mixed integer programming.doi:10.1109/access.2022.3171234 fatcat:vg4rxvfbfnez5ems22uyxjcqnu