Approximate Dynamic Programming with Parallel Stochastic Planning Operators
Child, C. H. T.;
This thesis presents an approximate dynamic programming (ADP) technique for environment modelling agents. The agent learns a set of parallel stochastic planning operators (P-SPOs) by evaluating changes in its environment in response to actions, using an association rule... View more
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