Learning to Count with CropGen

Learning to Count with CropGen – In this paper, we explore the use of recurrent neural network (RNNs) to handle stochastic optimization problems where the solutions obtained are of a different distribution. We show that a simple recurrent neural network (RNN) can solve the problems of stochastic optimization with the desired distribution. To this end we use a new algorithm of deep neural network (DNN), based on reinforcement learning (RL). The RL algorithm iterates only as long as the value of the reward function can be sampled from the RNN. As a result, the RL algorithm returns the desired distribution even if the reward function has no input. We propose a simple and efficient framework for exploiting this fact. Our algorithm uses a reinforcement learning algorithm to obtain an RNN using an iterative decision task for the problem.

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Learning to Count with CropGen

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