UTCS Reinforcement Learning Reading Group

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The UTCS Reinforcement Learning Reading Group is a student-run group that discusses research papers related to reinforcement learning. Ever since its first meeting in the spring of 2004, the group has served as a forum for students to discuss interesting research ideas in an informal setting. Meetings are usually held in the afternoon and refreshments are provided. Occasionally, the group hosts invited talks.

The group is currently coordinated by Elad Liebman. The previous (glorious) coordinators are:

This page provides information about group meetings. Also, it lists useful resources for reinforcement learning, and serves as a repository of all past readings.

New members are always welcome! Interested students or researchers may also subscribe to the group e-mailing list.

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