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DATE

1990-02

AUTHORS

J. V. Breakwell, P. Bernhard

ABSTRACT

We propose a simple game whose solution contains a singular focal line, i.e., a focal line reached by optimal trajectories in a nontangential fashion. We also provide a discussion of how the optimal discriminating strategy can be approximated by a pure feedback.

PAGES

419-428

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1977. Singular surfaces in differential games an introduction in DIFFERENTIAL GAMES AND APPLICATIONS
  • 1989. Time-optimal pursuit inside a circle in DIFFERENTIAL GAMES AND APPLICATIONS
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