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I am new to the reinforcement learning. In the textbook there is a question which confuses me. It says: To think about three substantially different reward schemes for a given policy on the grid world, and for each scheme I should give rewards and discount.

I can think of one, but it needs three substantially different reward schemes. What could others look like?

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Evil, Luke Mathieson, David Richerby, hengxin, Juho Jan 20 at 9:46

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Please consider adding the picture directly (i.e. uploading it to imgur), thus placing it under a Creative Commons license. – Raphael Sep 25 '12 at 6:00
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Please, give more information - your question is very unclear now. With a simple search I found another question of yours about this grid world with much more details, but yet not enough for this question. – Anton Nov 24 '12 at 7:52
    
you need to specify what "S", "G" is in your picture and what the arrows represent. – Strin Dec 24 '12 at 10:23