|Abstract: We present an abstract measure theoretical framework for discrete time decision processes which can accommodate closed loop as well as open loop policies. The mean-field nature of the model is justified by a large number of controller limit. The conditional nature of the interactions is justified by the presence of idiosyncratic and common sources of noise. We derive a form of the dynamic programming principle for the state-action value function and a Q-learning algorithm for these new MDP models.|
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