Discrete versus Continuous Environments.

A discrete environment is one where you have finitely many action choices, and finitely many things you can sense. So, for example, in chess, again, there’s finitely many board positions, and finitely many things you can do.

That is different from a continuous environment where the space of possible actions or things you could sense may be infinite. So, for example, if you throw darts, there’s infinitely many ways to angle the darts and to accelerate them.

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