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Resolving the pursuit evasion problem in known environment using graph theory
by Rabah Lakel, Adel Djellal
International Journal of Bio-Inspired Computation (IJBIC), Vol. 2, No. 6, 2010

 

Abstract: In this article, we study a form of pursuit-evasion problem, in which one or more pursuers must find a strategy of moves in a given closed environment (such as building) to guarantee the detection of an unpredictable evader. The main idea is to use a graph of visibility between vertices and some techniques to bring this graph into a graph of building areas. Because of the increasing interest on the pursuit-evasion applications, such as: searching buildings for intruders, traffic control, military strategy and surgical operation, a lot of research (Basar and Olsder, 1999; Guibas et al., 1999; Hespanha et al., 1999, 2000; Suzuki and Yamashita, 1992) has been done on this problem. The main interest of this work is the simplification and test of the visibility graph. A technique to solve the pursuit-evasion problem has been proposed, this technique is the worst-case search. Finally, the used tool in the experimental work has been presented.

Online publication date: Sun, 21-Nov-2010

 

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