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The Many-on-One Stochastic Duel Model with Information-Sharing

DOI: 10.4236/am.2012.36097, PP. 637-640

Keywords: Stochastic Dule, Information-Sharing, Probability Density Function

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In this paper we extend the one-on-one stochastic duel model with searching to the many-on-one case based on information-sharing. We have derived the probability density function of the time to kill the target in many-on-one model. It is illustrated by an example in which the firing time and the searching time are of different exponential distributions.


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