A game theoretical approach to the contact area helicopter ASW problem
Hall, Charles R., III
Woods, W. Max
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The helicopter contact area search problem is studied. The analysis used to derive current search plans is presented, and an error in this analysis is demonstrated. As a result of this examination a new model is constructed for investigating the problem. Game theory techniques are applied to the model andthe methodology required to derive optimal strategies is illustrated. Although no complete optimal strategies are derived, it is possible to derive such strategies by applying computer techniques to the results of this study. Such strategies could then be applied in the fleet.
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