Method of Resolving Functions for the Differential-Difference Pursuit Game for Different-Inertia Objects
The paper is devoted to the differential-difference pursuit game for different-inertia objects. An approach to the solution of this problem based on the method of resolving functions is proposed. The guaranteed time of the game termination is found, and corresponding control law is constructed. The results are illustrated by a model example.
The author is grateful to Academician Zgurovsky M.Z. for the possibility of the publication and to Professor Kasyanov P.O. for assistance in publishing this article.
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