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Selecting the State-Representation in Reinforcement Learning
Odalric-Ambrym Maillard · Remi Munos · Daniil Ryabko

Tue Dec 13 08:45 AM -- 02:59 PM (PST) @ None #None

The problem of selecting the right state-representation in a reinforcement learning problem is considered. Several models (functions mapping past observations to a finite set) of the observations are given, and it is known that for at least one of these models the resulting state dynamics are indeed Markovian. Without knowing neither which of the models is the correct one, nor what are the probabilistic characteristics of the resulting MDP, it is required to obtain as much reward as the optimal policy for the correct model (or for the best of the correct models, if there are several). We propose an algorithm that achieves that, with a regret of order T^{2/3} where T is the horizon time.

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Odalric-Ambrym Maillard (INRIA)
Remi Munos (Google DeepMind)
Daniil Ryabko (INRIA)

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