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Typically in a control problem, it is OK to include data about a future event, if it can be reliably predicted at the time that a decision is required. This would include known rules such as a pricing schedule. You could even use some feature engineering to help the agent by making a state feature that counted down to changes, or presented it as a relative ...


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Should the constraints reward also be normalized for all 10 constraints? You should choose a "natural" balance between rewards where possible. If you have many separate goals to take account of, ideally you should convert them all into some comparable metric that is meangful to the success of the agent. Such as a financial gain/loss, or energy ...


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