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Reinforcement Learning and Optimal Control

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Reinforcement Learning and Optimal Control
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Publisher: Athena Scientific
Number of pages: 276

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The purpose of the book is to consider large and challenging multistage decision problems, which can be solved in principle by dynamic programming and optimal control, but their exact solution is computationally intractable. We discuss solution methods that rely on approximations to produce suboptimal policies with adequate performance.

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