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Lecture 14: Further Dynamic Programming Summary
* Distribution of Effort
* Stochastic dynamic programming
Distribution of effort
* At each stage we must clearly state the recursive equation
* At each stage the feasible values of x must be identified
* This could affect the range of values to be investigated at each stage Example of a distribution of effort
Course Notes Page 33
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