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Seemingly Incorrect Statements[edit source]

In the overview is the statement: "SARSA is a algorithm for applying reinforcement learning in artificial neural networks (ANN)". Really? Never heard of SARSA described like that before. Can't imagine how it's possible either. If you're using SARSA, you may use an ANN for function approximation, but I can't imagine the opposite of using SARSA in an ANN.

Secondly, it may be easier introducing SARSA with a finite state space so function approximation can be avoided. -- 19:29, 10 January 2009 (UTC)

looks abandoned too[edit source]

Pretty half baked page too. Perhaps should be marked for deletion? --7yl4r 17:30, 15 November 2011 (UTC)