Dynamic programming, system identification, and suboptimization
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A discussion of the mathematical technique of dynamic programming to obtain a best-fit approximation to a function that is defined over some given interval. The author describes the use of this method as an approach to the handling of a particular type of pattern-recognition problem and to the approximation of optimal control policies. 20 pp. Bibliog.
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