The optimistic principle for online planning in Markov decision processes

author: RĂ©mi Munos, SequeL lab, INRIA Lille - Nord Europe
published: May 28, 2013,   recorded: September 2012,   views: 2632
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Given an initial state, what is the best possible action that can be returned by a planning algorithm that is given a finite numerical budget (e.g. number of calls to a model of the state-transition and reward functions). We investigate optimistic strategies and provide regret bounds in terms of a new measure of the complexity of the planning problem.

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