The effect of search radius on search efficiency when the targets must be visited.
Laidlaw, Charles Edward
Washburn, Alan R.
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This paper proposes and evaluates a general search function which can be used for determining the efficiency of a search in which the searcher is required to visit the maximum number of targets in an alloted period of time. A lower bound on this function is presented as a consequence of the "semimyopic" strategy utilized in the simulation.
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