Engineers from Duke University and the University of New Mexico say that the simple pursuit-evasion game is providing them with useful information, which can be used to create such a system that will not only allow robots to "sense" a moving target but intercept it also.
What does PEG stand for?
PEG stands for Pursuit-Evasion Game (mathematical challenge)
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- Program Evaluation Guide (USPS)
- Program Execution Group (US Army)
- Program Execution Guidance
- Program Executive Group
- Programmable Event Generator
- Progress E-Mail Group
- Project Engineering Group (UK)
- Protection Engineers Group (USTA)
- Protocol Expert Group (Sun)
- Public, Educational, and Government Access Television
- Pegylated recombinant human megakaryocyte growth and development factor
- Paternally Expressed Gene 3
- Poly(Ethylene Glycol)-Polyacrylamide Copolymer (used in chromatography)
- Programs in Extra-Galactic Astronomy
- PostEurop Group on Aviation Security (European Union postal program)
- Programme d'Expérimentation d'une Gestion Automatisée et Sécurisée (French: Experimental Program of Automated Management and Security)
- Power-Efficient Gathering in Sensor Information Systems
- Manual Brigade-Level Simulations
- Pegasus Air-Breathing Launch Vehicle
- Perspective View Generator and Analysis Systems for Unmanned Sensors
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Among specific topics are an immune algorithm for learning strategies in a pursuit-evasion game, immune based bio-network architecture and its simulation platform for a future Internet, evolutionary path planning for robot navigation under varying terrain conditions, and fuzzy chaotic neural networks.
In doing so, Shinar applied what is known as "zero-sum pursuit-evasion game theory.