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When the evaders cannot move diagonally, the minimum speed for which a single pursuer to be assured it can detect all evaders on an m × n board, ∀m, n ≥ 2, is min(m, n) when using a search strategy S ∈ A. Heuristics for Designing the Control of a UAV Fleet With Model Checking 35 Proof. Follows from Theorems 1 and 3. Conjecture 2. When the evaders cannot move diagonally, the minimum speed for which a single pursuer to be assured it can detect all evaders on an m × n, ∀m, n ≥ 2, board is min(m, n).
This, in part, is why we believe Conjecture 1. Lemma 3. Let s be a speed for which there is a pursuer-winning search strategy S1 ∈ A for a single pursuer on an m × n board, where n is the shorter dimension. Then s − 1 is a speed for which there is a pursuer-winning search strategy S2 ∈ A for a single pursuer on an (m − 1) × (n − 1) board. The proof of Lemma 3 may not be as obvious as that of Lemma 1; however, the intuition is that we have been deﬁning pursuer-winning speeds in terms of the shorter dimension of the board; if the shorter dimension of the board is decreased by 1, then the pursuer’s speed can also be decreased by 1.
4 Robustness to Disturbances Robustness analysis for the mesh controller in Hedrick  is brieﬂy presented below. All the prior analysis assume linear regulated helicopter models, perfect tracking at steady state, and no external disturbances. In reality, helicopter dynamics are nonlinear, perfect tracking cannot be achieved, and external disturbances, such as wind gust, will act on the helicopters. We will show that a mesh stable system damps out the eﬀects of all such disturbances. Consider the given regulated helicopter model presented earlier with an added disturbance, giving Xi = H(s)Xid + Di (s).