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Neural networks made easy (Part 36): Relational Reinforcement Learning

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by , 06-04-2024 at 01:45 AM (105 Views)
      
   
The main advantage of relational models is the ability to build dependencies between objects. That enables the structuring of the source data. The relational model can be represented in the form of graphs, in which objects and events are represented as nodes, while relationships show dependencies between objects and events.
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