Planning by Incremental Dynamic Programming

@inproceedings{Sutton1991PlanningBI,
  title={Planning by Incremental Dynamic Programming},
  author={R. Sutton},
  booktitle={ML},
  year={1991}
}
  • R. Sutton
  • Published in ML 1991
  • Computer Science
  • Abstract This paper presents the basic results and ideas of dynamic programming as they relate most directly to the concerns of planning in AI. [...] Key Method These incremental planning methods are based on continually updating an evaluation function and the situation-action mapping of a reactive system. Actions are generated by the reactive system and thus involve minimal delay, while the incremental planning process guarantees that the actions and evaluation function will eventually be optimal—no matter how…Expand Abstract

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