Analysis of Sensor Resources Deployment in an Escape Evasion Scenario
Computing Sciences and Computer Engineering
Sensor resources deployment in a two-dimensional geographic grid is analyzed under the assumption that the intruder has perfect knowledge of the detection capabilities of the deployed sensors and associated systems. This situation represents a "worst-case" scenario for the sensor system. Dynamic programming techniques are used to calculate the optimal escape/evasion routes, which are then displayed as two dimensional path plots. The average instantaneous probabilities of detection and the cumulative probabilities of detection along possible paths are represented by computer-generated bar charts. Additional statistics concerning path characteristics are also available. For the purpose of comparing the optimal escape/evasion paths with other sub-optimal paths, the analyses of coherent linear paths, random linear paths and constrained random paths are also available. Other uses for the model are also discussed.
Mathematical and Computer Modelling
Fernandez, M. R.,
Miller, J. E.
(1990). Analysis of Sensor Resources Deployment in an Escape Evasion Scenario. Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 14, 1134-1139.
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