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Dell, R.F., Eagle, J.N., Martins, G., and Santos, A., "Using Multiple Searchers in Constrained-Path, Moving-Target Search Problems," Naval Research Logistics, Vol. 43, June 1996, pp. 463-480.

Eagle, J.N. and Thomas, L.C., "Criteria and Approximate Methods for Path-Constrained Moving Target Search Problems," Naval Research Logistics, Vol. 42, 1995, pp. 278-38.

Eagle, J.N. and Washburn, A.R., "Cumulative Search-Evasion Games," Naval Research Logistics, Vol. 38, August 1991, pp. 495-510.

Eagle, J.N. and Yee, J.R., "An Optimal Branch-and-Bound Procedure for the Constrained Path, Moving Target Search Problem," Operations Research, Vol. 28, No. 1, January-February 1990, pp. 110-114.

Eagle, J.N., "Estimating the Probability of a Diffusing Target Encountering a Stationary Sensor," Naval Research Logistics, Vol. 34, pp. 43-51, 1987.

Eagle, J.N., "The Optimal Search for a Moving Target When the Search Path is Constrained," Operations Research, Vol. 32, No. 5, September-October 1984, pp. 1107-1115.


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