Minimizing the Negative Side Effects of Planning with Reduced Models

22 May 2019Sandhya SaisubramanianShlomo Zilberstein

Reduced models of large Markov decision processes accelerate planning by considering a subset of outcomes for each state-action pair. This reduction in reachable states leads to replanning when the agent encounters states without a precomputed action during plan execution... (read more)

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