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Minutes 25.6.

Skype meeting with Michael: CORRECTIONS: We talked about the points that Michael wants to be changed in chapter 3 and 4. I should come up with a more precise research question that could not be answered with “Yes” or “No” … Continue reading

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Minutes 25.5 Joint Meeting

Nice meeting in the garden with Michael, Colin and Andres 🙂 start:11:00 – end:15:00 Results I showed my results about the significance level + TG_MIN_EXAMPLES and give an small overview about my results with noise. Michael told me to focus … Continue reading

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Minutes 21.5

(Individual meeting with Kurt) Last posts First we looked at the my last posts and my results. It seems that my results for the “selection strategies” are wrong, because it doesn’t make sense, that UCT-pairwise and UCT-global differ after 25 … Continue reading

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Minutes 11.5

Individual meeting: We started with “state of the art”: Available environments: Environement Action dimensions no. of steps Sinus 1 1 Sixhumpcamelback 2 1 Multidimensional Sinus n 1 DonutWorld 1 n Acrobot 1 variable length Comment: Start with Donutworld. It has … Continue reading

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Joint Meeting + Individual Meeting 2.5

Joint Meeting Members: Kurt, Michael, Colin, Andreas and I Agenda: 1. Each student presented one of his results. 2. Feedback from Kurt and Michael 3. Information about publications My feedback: – Correct your “Vanilla” curve and check why TLS is … Continue reading

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Minutes 11.04.2012

individual meeting 11.04.2012 Questioning: Q:how to implement reusing knowledge? – This is your research topic for the thesis. So come up with an idea next time. Q: Is my idea for adaptive UCT, ok? – K * childrange/totalrange = C … Continue reading

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2nd JointMeeting 28.03.2012

Announcements: France is absent Progress: 1. Each student presents for two minutes his thesis topic and which problem he will tackle + how far he got to that goal. 2. Each student shows his results. 3. Each student tells what … Continue reading

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