Development and testing of a new area search model with partially overlapping target and searcher patrol areas
Kim, Gi Young
Eagle, James N.
Kang, Sung Jin
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In this study, the author uses a MATLAB simulation to develop and test a generalization of the traditional Random Search model which allows both the searcher and target to move and to be in different, but overlapping, areas. Also the best evasion speed for a randomly moving target against a Systematic Search is studied.
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