### Table 1: Overview of approximation methods

### Table 1: Overview of approximation methods

### Table 1: SVD based approximation methods

2001

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### Table 1: Global and local function approximation methods.

1996

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### Table 1: Polygonal approximation methods tested

2003

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### Table 1. Simulation and approximation method parameters.

2000

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### Table II - Performance comparison of approximate methods.

1991

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### Table 6. Approximations to ~ by the approximation method using the factorized symbol

1999

"... In PAGE 44: ... Since any subset of d such vectors is linearly independent, we can apply Lemma 19 twice and express ~ = 2;~ q by the maximum of the quantities 0;~ rm;n, m; n = 1; : : : ; d + 1 (m lt; n), corresponding to ~ rm;n( ) = Ql6 =m;n cos2( l=2) 16(1 + m(2 ))2 : That all these numbers equal 0;~ r := 0;~ rd;d+1 follows easily by permutation if n = d + 1 and by a simple change of variables if n d. Table6 shows the computations of ~ = 0;~ r based on approximation of ~ r by polynomials ~ rN. It contains the related values ~ N;0 for several N obtained by... In PAGE 47: ... The computations for obtaining the numerical value of ~ r;0 which use the approximation method are documented in Table 8. What concerns the identi- cal numbers for d 3, see the comments to Table6 . For d = 2, some computations with the Fredholm determinant method can be found in [24].... ..."

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### Table 4: Complexity of solving a POMDP with the approximation methods

2005

"... In PAGE 38: ... In [6] a review of approximation methods for solving POMDPs is presented. The complexity of the methods reviewed can be seen in Table4 . Furthermore, one of the most recent methods for approximation is the Point Based Value Itera- tion (PBVI) [4] method.... ..."

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