Leader-follower strategies for robotic patrolling in environments with arbitrary topologies

  title={Leader-follower strategies for robotic patrolling in environments with arbitrary topologies},
  author={Nicola Basilico and Nicola Gatti and Francesco Amigoni},
Game theoretic approaches to patrolling have become a topic of increasing interest in the very last years. They mainly refer to a patrolling mobile robot that preserves an environment from intrusions. These approaches allow for the development of patrolling strategies that consider the possible actions of the intruder in deciding where the robot should move. Usually, it is supposed that the intruder can hide and observe the actions of the patroller before intervening. This leads to the adoption… CONTINUE READING
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