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Environments – Discrete vs. continuous

  • An environment is discrete if there are a fixed, finite number of actions and percepts in it
  • Russell and Norvig give a chess game as an example of a discrete environment, and taxi driving as an example of a continuous one
  • Continuous environments have a certain level of mismatch with computer systems
  • Discrete environments could in principle be handled by a kind of “lookup table”

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