Pursuit problem in distributed control systems
A pursuit problem in distributed parabolic control systems without mixed derivatives with variable coefficients is considered. The finite-difference method is used to solve this problem. Necessary conditions for the termination of a pursuit are obtained.
Keywordspursuit pursuer evader terminal set pursuit control evasion control
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