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Optimal Stochastic Control in the Interception Problem of a Randomly Tacking Vehicle
This article considers the mathematical aspects of the problem of the optimal interception of a mobile search vehicle moving along random tacks on a given route and searching for a target, which travels parallel to this route. Interception begins when the probability of the target being detected by the search vehicle exceeds a certain threshold value. Interception was carried out by a controlled vehicle (defender) protecting the target. An analytical estimation of this detection probability isdoi:10.3390/math9192386 fatcat:vn6hy225lrh25krn427hd5kglq