Predictive non-iterative coordinations in hierarchical systems
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Predictive and goal-oriented coordinations are primarily used in multilevel systems. In this paper, they are developed in non-iterative form. Proof for the predictive coordination strategy is given. Properties and disadvantages of real-time control for a two-level system are analyzed. For optimization problems, load and coordination rate are estimated in terms of the number of floating-point operations per second.
PACS number89.75.-k 89.65.-s
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