Govindhasamy, James J. and McLoone, Sean F. and Irwin, George W.
Second-Order Training of Adaptive Critics
for Online Process Control.
IEEE Trans. Systems Man. and Cybernetics, Part B, 35 (2).
This paper deals with reinforcement lear ning for process
modeling and control using a model-free, action- dependent adaptive
critic (ADAC). A new modified recursive Levenberg Marquardt (RLM)
training algorithm, called temporal difference RLM, is developed to
improve the ADAC performance. Novel application results for a simulated
continuously-stirred-tank-reactor process are included to show the superiority
of the new algorithm to conventional temporal-difference stochastic
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