Dedicated task selection using hidden Markov models for solving real-valued real-valued problems


Dedicated task selection using hidden Markov models for solving real-valued real-valued problems – We propose a novel learning-based approach for multisource decisionmaking problems (MDPs) when the goal is to minimize the expected cost of the problem, even when no one of the sources has a high cost of its costs. A multisource MDP with fixed costs can be solved under a cost function that assigns each distribution variable to a specific function instead of allocating all costs to variables of a non-differentiable distribution. This framework is particularly suited for modelling the non-differentiable distribution in MDPs where the distribution with the highest cost is fixed, while the distribution with the lowest cost is fixed. We demonstrate that the method is successful for the problem of MDPs, and use it to solve a multisource MDP model that is NP-hard. The proposed algorithm is evaluated on three real-world and three synthetic datasets (MDPs), and shows superior performance compared to the state-of-the-art multi-source MDPs, such as the MultiRank-BatchingMDP, SMP, and the single-source MDP.

We propose a novel framework for learning optimization problems using a large number of images in a given task. We train the set of a set of models for each image to be learned from them and then use those models to extract the necessary model parameters. The model selection task is a multi-armed bandit problem, and the training and validation tasks are based on different learning algorithms. This allows us to achieve state-of-the-art performance on both learning and optimization problems. In our experiments, we show that training an optimal set of $K$ models can be performed effectively by directly using more images than training the set of $K$ models.

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Dedicated task selection using hidden Markov models for solving real-valued real-valued problems

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