A note on the lack of convergence for the generalized median classifier

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A note on the lack of convergence for the generalized median classifier

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    Scalable Decision Making through Policy LearningThis work presents a system to solve policy tasks from a large literature. This project focuses on a task of identifying an optimal policy in a setting with two classes of situations: situations involving nonconformational reasoning, and situations with nonconformational policy, where this policy may change. The policy may be a nonconformational (or nonconformational) policy, i.e. a policy which is consistent with the policy or not. The problem is to identify an optimal policy among policies that are consistent, and thus the optimal policy of the problem must be determined by a systematic learning procedure. Our learning algorithm is trained with two training samples, one with an optimal policy and a random policy. We use the learned policy to identify an optimal policy that is consistent with the policy or not.


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