“This article introduces both a new algorithm for reconstructing
epsilon-machines from data, as well as the decisional states. These are
defined as the internal states of a system that lead to the same decision,
based on a user-provided utility or pay-off function.”
Are there actual applications of this to actual physics, or is this keyword
purely the mule offspring of physics adn computer science best put out to pasture?
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