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THE GENERALIZED LINEAR SEARCH PROBLEM, EXISTENCE OF OPTIMAL SEARCH PATHS

1987
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Journal of the Operations Research Society of Japan
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PROBLEM, PATHS Abstract A target x is a point on the real line given by the value of a random variable X, which has some distribution function F. A searcher starts looking for x from some point on the line, using a continuous path. He makes for x with un upper bound on his speed till he fmds it. The target being sought for might be in either direc· tion from the starting point, so the searcher has in general to retrace his steps many times before he attains his goal. It is desired to search in

doi:10.15807/jorsj.30.399
fatcat:7bqyydfxkvatndlv4ksknq3woi