Washburn, Alan R.(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1978-07); NPS55-78-015
A simulation of a target being tracked by several sensors with imperfectly known locations. The Kalman Filter includes sensor locations in the state vector, so that estimates of sensor location gradually improve with time.
Washburn, Alan R.(Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School., 1978-10); NPS55-78-029
Existing algorithms for computing the optimal distribution of effort in search for a moving target operate by producing a sequence of progressively better distributions. This report shows how to compute an upper bound on ...
Washburn, Alan R.(Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School., 1971-09); NPS55WS71091A
This paper is devoted mainly to summarizing the work that has been done to date on Evasion Games with a time lag. It also incorporates new results on the 4-step Discrete Evasion Game, and some asymptotic formulas for an ...
Washburn, Alan R.; Shubert, Bruno O.(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1974-06); NPS55WS74061
It is shown that Danskin's omega-value of a matrix-differential game can
be obtained as a solution of a finite system of equations, each involving
a single maximization of minimization. A computation method is proposed
Washburn, Alan R.(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1973-09); NPS-55WS73091A
A single-product continuous review inventory problem is formulated and solved. The chief virtue of the formulation is that the probability distribution of lead times is general. It is found that the optimal order size ...
Washburn, Alan R.(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1978-01); NPS55-78-3
A Searcher whose speed is vs attempts to come within distance R of an Evader whose speed is ve knowing that the Evader must stay within a square of side L. This game has been played repeatedly at the Naval Postgraduate ...
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