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June 20, 2022, 3:07 p.m. | /u/souhaielbensalem

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Hi everyone, I was reading a book about Dec-POMDPs and came across this curious result where the author specifies the number of possible joint policies to evaluate and the time needed to evaluate a single joint policy but I can understand how he got to these results.

Can anyone please explain the logic used here?

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