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Modeling Agents with Probabilistic Programs

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Modeling Agents with Probabilistic Programs
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Publisher: AgentModels.org
Number of pages: 345

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This book describes and implements models of rational agents for (PO)MDPs and Reinforcement Learning. One motivation is to create richer models of human planning, which capture human biases and bounded rationality. The book assumes basic programming experience but is otherwise self-contained.

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