AAAI Publications, Twenty-Fifth International FLAIRS Conference

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Effect of Latency on Pursuit Problems
William Peter Birmingham, Shane Rose, Gregory Miller, Matthew Mahan

Last modified: 2012-05-16

Abstract


We model the pursuit problem as a set of distributed agents communicating over a network subject to latency. Latency has serious deleterious effects on solving the pursuit problem. In this paper, we present a simple, yet effective way of dealing with latency that yields very good performance. Our method disperses predators within a region in which the prey may move that accounts for network latency.

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