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Questions tagged [stationary-policy]

For questions related to the concept of a stationary policy (in reinforcement learning and other AI sub-fields).

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What is the difference between the definition of a stationary policy in reinforcement learning and contextual bandit?

A stationary policy is a function that maps a state to a probability distribution of actions. In a contextual bandit problem, a state itself does not include the history. But in a reinforcement ...
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What is the difference between a stationary and a non-stationary policy?

In reinforcement learning, there are deterministic and non-deterministic (or stochastic) policies, but there are also stationary and non-stationary policies. What is the difference between a ...
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What does “stationary” mean in the context of reinforcement learning?

I think I've seen the expressions "stationary data", "stationary dynamics" and "stationary policy", among others, in the context of reinforcement learning. What does it mean? I think stationary policy ...