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Why does an action cost function dependes on result state in search problems?

Actually your source only gave a deterministic environment example (ToZerind) which may not definitely mean they only consider deterministic environment for the general action cost function which is a ...
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Why does an action cost function dependes on result state in search problems?

You are correct that $s'$ is redundant information in $c(s,a,s')$ for a deterministic environment. However, using the full form of the cost function, that also covers non-deterministic environments, ...
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What is the state space of digit recognition agent on a grid of 28 x 28 pixels?

State space in contextual bandits or reinforcement learning covers the input space to a policy or predictive model. The question also specifies a representation for this input, which is different in ...
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What is the state space of digit recognition agent on a grid of 28 x 28 pixels?

It's an interesting question! I would say, that the element of the state space is an example of observation. In your problem an observation is a pair of image and label, say ( X, y ). Image lies in ...
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