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In short: yes, you must allow "do nothing" decision as a first level result. Your system must decide the action to be taken, including "do nothing" action. This is different to low network outputs, that can be translated as "don't know what to do". In other words, the network can result in: "I don't know what to do now&...


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I know this is not a straight answer to your question, but I couldn't comment on your post so decided to post it (so maybe I will delete it after you received a better answer). I think this playlist by sentdex can be handy as he goes through a lot of details to teach a neural network model that can drive cars in GTA-V by simply looking at each frame of the ...


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