Bi-Level Integrated System Synthesis (BLISS)

@inproceedings{Jaroslaw1998BiLevelIS,
  title={Bi-Level Integrated System Synthesis (BLISS)},
  author={Sobieszczanski Jaroslaw and J. Sobieszczanski-Sobieski and Dominique Robert and Robert J. Sandusky},
  year={1998}
}
BLISS is a method for optimization of engineering systems by decomposition. It separates the system level optimization, having a relatively small number of design variables, from the potentially numerous subsystem optimizations that may each have a large number of local design variables. The subsystem optimizations are autonomous and may be conducted concurrently. Subsystem and system optimizations alternate, linked by sensitivity data, producing a design improvement in each iteration. Starting… CONTINUE READING

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