Here is a model of some kinds of learning The learner starts in an undecided state sU. Eventually the learner
(a) Construct the transition matrix.
(b) Take p = 0.25 and take the initial vector to be 1 at sU. Run this for five steps. What is the chance of ending up at sA?
(c) Do the same for p = 0.20.
(d) Graph p versus the chance of ending at sA. Is there a threshold value for p, above which the learner is almost sure not to take longer than five steps?
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Question Posted: June 01, 2016 02:11:00