Jul 12, 2020
We study the exploration-exploitation dilemma in the linear quadratic regulator (LQR) setting. Inspired by the extended value iteration algorithm used in optimistic algorithms for finite MDPs, we propose to relax the optimistic optimization of and cast it into a constrained extended LQR problem, where an additional control variable implicitly selects the system dynamics within a confidence interval. We then move to the corresponding Lagrangian formulation for which we prove strong duality. As a result, we show that an ϵ- optimistic controller can be computed efficiently by solving at most O(log(1/ϵ)) Riccati equations. Finally, we prove that relaxing the original problem does not impact the learning performance, thus recovering the O(√(T)) regret of .
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