Masoud, A.A. (2002) Evasion of multiple, intelligent pursuers in a stationary, cluttered environment: a harmonic potential field approach. Intelligent Control, 2002. Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE International Symposium on, 1.
In this paper an intelligent controller is suggested for the evasive navigation of an agent that is engaging multiple pursuers in a stationary environment. The controller is required to generate a sequence of directions to guide the motion of an evader so that it will be able to escape a group of pursuers while avoiding a set of forbidden regions (clutter). The focus here is on continuous evasion where the agent does not have the benefit of a target zone (e.g. a shelter) which upon reaching it can discontinue engaging the pursuers. The controller is constructed using an extension of the harmonic potential field approach to behavior synthesis. A preliminary demonstration of the controller's capabilities is provided using simulation.
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