Games of Two Identical Vehicles

@inproceedings{Mitchell2001GamesOT,
  title={Games of Two Identical Vehicles},
  author={Ian A Mitchell},
  year={2001}
}
The goal of this document is to flesh out and adapt the results of Merz in [1] to the three dimensional aircraft collision example. In both cases, the differential game scenario features two identical vehicles in a game of cat and mouse. The cat (called the pursuer below) is considered to capture the mouse (called the evader) if the cat ever gets within a certain distance—called the capture radius—of the mouse. Both vehicles are treated with kinematic models in which they have the same fixed… CONTINUE READING
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