Dynamic Horde of General Value functions

Just finished documenting my work on creating an architecture for a dynamic horde of General value functions.

General value functions (GVFs) have proven to be effective in answering predictive questions about the future. However, simply answering a single predictive question has limited utility. Others have demonstrated further utility by using these GVFs to dynamically compose more abstract questions, or to optimize control. In other words, to feed the prediction back into the system. But these demonstrations have relied on a static set of GVFs, handcrafted by a human designer …


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