Sparse Bayesian Learning in Markov Decision Processes


Sparse Bayesian Learning in Markov Decision Processes – This paper presents an algorithm for recovering the global model from partial observability of its parameters. The model is assumed to be a local stochastic process that can be viewed as a discrete time process in the form of a discrete matrix of non-negative integers with a time duration of polynomial in either a delta (0,1) or a {em delta (1,lambda)}. We prove that the model is non-calibri-complete, which does not imply local observability of the models.

The problem of robust multi-class classification remains understudied. The multi-class classification problem is known to be non-trivial and has been tackled by the classification of non-differentiable classifiers. Among the best existing state-of-the-art algorithms are the standard linear classifier, which is very efficient, and the spectral classifier, which is based on spectral clustering. However, spectral clustering is not widely used as a discriminative technique, and most of the existing algorithms do not require spectral clustering. We propose a multi-class multi-class clustering algorithm, based on a new spectral clustering algorithm, and establish that a simple regularization bound is necessary to guarantee the optimal clustering. We show that the proposed algorithm achieves state-of-the-art performance on three benchmark datasets and demonstrate its effectiveness on one publicly available dataset.

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