interaction prediction method
interaction prediction method[¦in·tə¦rak·shən prə′dik·shən ‚meth·əd]
A method for coordinating the subproblem solutions in plant decomposition, in which the interaction variables are specified by the second-level controller according to overall optimality conditions, and the subproblems are solved to satisfy local optimality conditions constrained by the specified values of the interaction variables. Also known as feasible method.
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