Review of the book
In short, this book can be considered a book with strong foundations. In this edition, many basics are written in a comprehensive and up-to-date manner. It can be said that this book is the only book available in the market that examines the research in the field of approximate dynamic programming, learning neural dynamic programming, which is from the research of Bertsekas and Tsitsiklis and Sutton and Barto between 1996 and 1998. In this book, it has been tried to make the text readable as far as the complexity of the material allows, and many cases of dynamic programming including: applications, solutions, mathematical approaches, approximate dynamic programming, along with the latest developments in this field, have been explained. . In addition to the fact that this book contains many theoretical materials, it has been tried to clarify the material for those interested by solving various exercises. This book should be used for self-study in advanced classes.
Table of Contents
The contents you will read in this book are:
Unlimited horizons – discounted issues
The shortest possible path
Average cost per stage issues
Continuous time problems