Traac Light Control Using Sarsa with Three State Representations

@inproceedings{Thorpe1996TraacLC,
  title={Traac Light Control Using Sarsa with Three State Representations},
  author={Thomas L. Thorpe and Charles W. Anderson},
  year={1996}
}
Category: Control, Navigation, and Planning: reinforcement learning. No part of this work has been submitted or appeared in other scientiic conferences. Abstract SARSA is applied to a simulated traac light control problem and compared with a xed-duration strategy and a simple, rule-based strategy. The performance of SARSA with three diierent representations of the current state of traac is analyzed. SARSA is shown to be superior to the best, xed-duration light timing and close to optimal for… CONTINUE READING
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