On March 9 of 2018, Slavik Alaverdyan, lecturer of YSU IB Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of General Mathematics and Natural Sciences, presented a report on “The Problem of moving object detection” on the initiative of the Student Scientific Society of the Faculty.
The seminar was attended by three dozen students of the university.
Alaverdyan presented the essence of the search problem, the solution algorithm, and the process of solving the problem.
It was emphasized that search problems were of great importance in many fields of science and technology (mechanics, cosmonautics, robotics, etc.). Some of the games in the economy and some situations in the sport could be presented as search problems.
It was explained that, in general, the search problem was the building of a facility that helped to identify an object by another object.
The search and searching objects could have different restrictions, maximum speed, maximum angle of change of speed or maximum number of changes, the ability to move in space or plane, linear dimensions, the size of the accessible (known) range, look and change laws and so on.
The problem of finding a moving object driven at speed on the plane was presented, which was implemented by the speed-controlled searcher in space.