A Reinforcement Learning Framework for Combinatorial Optimization

Justin A. Boyan

The combination of reinforcement learning methods with neural networks has found success on a growing number of large-scale applications, including backgammon move selection, elevator control, and job-shop scheduling. In this work, we modify and generalize the scheduling paradigm used by Zhang and Dietterich to produce a general reinforcement-learning-based framework for combinatorial optimization.

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