The Successor Representation and Temporal Context

@article{Gershman2012TheSR,
  title={The Successor Representation and Temporal Context},
  author={Samuel J Gershman and Christopher D. Moore and Michael T. Todd and Kenneth A. Norman and Per B. Sederberg},
  journal={Neural Computation},
  year={2012},
  volume={24},
  pages={1553-1568}
}
The successor representation was introduced into reinforcement learning by Dayan (1993) as a means of facilitating generalization between states with similar successors. Although reinforcement learning in general has been used extensively as a model of psychological and neural processes, the psychological validity of the successor representation has yet to be explored. An interesting possibility is that the successor representation can be used not only for reinforcement learning but for… CONTINUE READING
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