Use 'Divisions' to define granularity - how many steps to take on any given input.

Use 'Domain' to break the design space up into chunks that can be solved in parallel on different machines.

Name | ID | Description | Type |
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Divisions | Divisions | Number of steps to take along the corresponding Iterator input. This should be a list of integers of the same length as the list of Iterator inputs. 0: for all values 1: for current position >1: numbers to be evenly picked. | Integer |

Domain | Domain | Set the target domain of all iteration combinations to solve. For example, if your total number of iterations is 100 and you want to run half of the computations on one machine and half on another, input '0 to 49' for machine A, and '50 to 99' for machine B. Use "Construct Domain" for 1d domain. Domain setting comes after Divisions setting. | Domain |

Name | ID | Description | Type |
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Selection | Selection | Selections for Iterator | Generic Data |

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