Patrol plan of motor gunboat (PGM. Allied Class) for infiltration from sea
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Patrol plans have been developed for use by Motor Gunboats to counter small scale infiltration by insurgents from the sea. The objective in developing the patrol plans was to determine the optimum deployment of the generally limited number of patrol craft available to developing nations. The patrol plan to be used is determined by a probability distribution associated with incoming targets.
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