The classical pursuit-evasion scenario (target tracking) is studied with an interesting perspective. A homicidal chauffeur (pursuer) tries to capture an evader on a 2-dimensional platform (a parking lot). It utilizes a certain feedback control law, which enables the capture. If, however, a time delay is introduced for the sensory perception of the pursuer the performance of the pursuer can show dramatic changes. It may or may not capture its victim depending on this very critical parameter, the sensory time delay. The unique perspective is introduced at this feature.

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