Practical_RL - A course in reinforcement learning in the wild

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A course on reinforcement learning in the wild. Taught on-campus at HSE and YSDA and maintained to be friendly to online students (both english and russian). The syllabus is approximate: the lectures may occur in a slightly different order and some topics may end up taking two weeks.



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