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Understanding how an artificial agent may represent, acquire, update, and use large amounts of knowledge has long been an important research challenge in artificial intelligence. The quantity of knowledge, or knowing a lot, may be nicely thought of as making and updat- ing many predictions about...
We present a new family of gradient temporal-difference (TD) learning methods with function approximation whose complexity, both in terms of memory and per-time-step computation, scales linearly with the number of learning parameters. TD methods are powerful prediction techniques, and with...
In this thesis, we make two contributions in learning with artificial neural networks. Artificial neural networks have made great success in various challenging domains. Our first contribution is a new technique named cross-propagation that does cross-validation online. In cross-validation,...
Knowledge is central to intelligence. Intelligence can be thought of as the ability to acquire knowledge and apply it effectively. Despite being a subject of intense interest in artificial intelligence, it is not yet clear what the best approach is for an intelligent system to acquire and...