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May 7, 2022, 11:56 a.m. | /u/Better-Ad8608

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In DDPG we use a deterministic policy, i.e. s--->a, each state has a deterministic action, but can we use a stochastic policy, i.e. the actions are sampled from a distribution. I think this might encourage exploration and thus can improve the performance. What do you think?

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