Approximating the Poisson Scan and (A-0) Acoustic Detection model with a random search formula
Eagle, James N.
Lee, Sang Heon
Chung, Timothy H.
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In this study, the author develops a MATLAB simulation of area search with acoustic sensors modeled by the Poisson Scan model and the Lambda-Sigma (A-0) model. Detection time results are compared to those given by the much simpler Random Search formula. Random Search was found to closely approximate the more complex models if detection range was selected correctly. Guidelines for selecting the Random Search detection range were developed.
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