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(2020)Reinforcement learning depends on agents being learning individuals, and when agents rely on their instincts rather than gathering data and acting accordingly, the population tends to be less successful than a true RL ...
(2020)As the title suggests, this paper presents itself as more than merely a historical account of the evolving architecture at the University of Oklahoma. Indeed, I have spent the past few months diving into how these buildings ...
(12/4/18)The intentional segregation of metropolitan areas in the United States during the twentieth century has resulted in rising health disparities in low-income minorities today. Contemporary medical practices like collecting ...
(2019-04-25)The post-Revolutionary American woman was idealized as an embodiment of virtue, heralded for fulfilling her duties to family and society, but kept well outside of politics, academia, and other traditionally masculine ...
During the early 1900s, Oklahoma contained one of the largest socialist parties in the United States. In his magazine, Woodrow's Monthly, Thomas W. Woodrow, a socialist Christian pastor in Hobart, Oklahoma, created a wide ...