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In this part, similar to part I of this paper, a new approach for goal coordination is introduced that is more convergent than the previously suggested methods. This is mainly because of using the gradient of interaction errors; difference between the actual interactions and the optimum calculated interaction values, to improve the coordination parameters. The proposed scheme extremely improves the convergence rate of the solution in compare to the classical methods. The significance and applicability of the proposed approach is shown in controlling the excitation voltage of two coupled synchronous machines described by six coupled non-linear differential equations.