A linear pursuit-evasion differential game with two pursuers and one evader is considered. The pursuers try to minimize the final miss (an ideal situation is to get exact capture), the evader counteracts them. Two cases are investigated. In the first case, each pursuer is dynamically stronger than the evader, in the second one, they are weaker. Results of the numerical study of the value function level sets (Lebesgue sets) for these cases are given. A method for constructing optimal feedback controls is suggested on the basis of switching lines. Results of numerical simulation are shown.
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Ganebny S.A., Kumkov S.S., Le Menec S., Patsko V.S. Numerical Study of a Linear Differential Game with Two Pursuers and One Evader // Contributions to Game Theory and Management, 2011, Vol. 4, pp. 154–171.
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