Optimal Evasive Trajectories of an Isotropic Acoustic Radiator.
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The effects of detection equipment integration time on the optimal evasive trajectory of an isotropic acoustic radiator are studied. The boundary cases of infinite and zero integration time are examined. The infinite integration time case is formulated as a control problem and a maximum principle solution is obtained. The results consist of advice as to the choice of control vectors. The zero integration time problem is formulated in ordinary differential equations and the results consist of control vector advice. The relative movement plots and control vectors of the two bounding cases are compared.
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