A new Master's thesis topic about patrolling

In robotic patrolling, an autonomous device (such as a drone) strives to detect undesirable activities in a predefined set of targets. These activities can be initiated either by an adversarial attacker or spontaneously by nature, which is formally reflected in the objective function used for evaluating the quality of the patrolling strategy.

A challenging open problem is how much the chosen type of environment (adversarial or non-adversarial) influences the design of the patroller's moving strategy. The main goal of the thesis is to answer this question by providing rigorous (theoretical or experimental) evidence.

19 May 2022 Antonín Kučera

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