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  1. gym/envs/classic_control/acrobot.py

            are present in the book. R. Sutton confirmed in personal correspondence
            that the experimental results shown in the paper and the book were
            generated with the equations shown in the book.
            However, there is the option to run the domain with the paper equations
            by setting book_or_nips = 'nips'
        **REFERENCE:**
        .. seealso::
            R. Sutton: Generalization in Reinforcement Learning:
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  2. gym/envs/classic_control/cartpole.py

    """
    Classic cart-pole system implemented by Rich Sutton et al.
    Copied from http://incompleteideas.net/sutton/book/code/pole.c
    permalink: https://perma.cc/C9ZM-652R
    """
    
    import math
    import gym
    from gym import spaces, logger
    from gym.utils import seeding
    import numpy as np
    
    
    class CartPoleEnv(gym.Env):
        """
        Description:
            A pole is attached by an un-actuated joint to a cart, which moves along
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  3. docs/blog/2019-04-08-meet-the-gatsby-team-at-drupalcon-seattle-jamstack-conf-nyc-and-jsheroes/index.md

    ### “JavaScript and Civil Rights” by Marcy Sutton
    
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  4. plugins/guests/darwin/guest.rb

    require "vagrant"
    
    module VagrantPlugins
      module GuestDarwin
        # A general Vagrant system implementation for OS X (ie. "Darwin").
        #
        # Contributed by: - Brian Johnson <******@****.***>
        #                 - Tim Sutton <******@****.***>
        class Guest < Vagrant.plugin("2", :guest)
          def detect?(machine)
            machine.communicate.test("uname -s | grep 'Darwin'")
          end
        end
      end
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  5. docs/blog/2020-02-10-accessible-client-side-routing-improvements/index.md

    incremental changes to get to this release, have a look at the conversation in this [issue about assistive technology and navigation](https://github.com/gatsbyjs/gatsby/issues/5581). It was opened way back in May 2018.
    
    In July of 2019, Marcy Sutton teamed up with [Fable Tech Labs](https://www.makeitfable.com/) to conduct user testing to determine the best user experience for navigating JavaScript applications. Marcy wrote a thorough [blog post](/blog/2019-07-11-user-testing-accessible-client-routing/)...
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  6. docs/blog/2020-04-30-gatsby-web-creators-series-2/index.md

    ---
    title: "Gatsby Web Creators Series 2: Creative Scripting with Browser JS, Node, and React"
    date: 2020-04-30
    author: Marcy Sutton
    image: "images/gatsby-web-creators.jpg"
    imageTitle: Calling curious and creative people
    twittercard: "summary_large_image"
    showImageInArticle: false
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  7. gym/envs/toy_text/blackjack.py

        and whether or not the player holds a usable ace (0 or 1).
    
        This environment corresponds to the version of the blackjack problem
        described in Example 5.1 in Reinforcement Learning: An Introduction
        by Sutton and Barto.
        http://incompleteideas.net/book/the-book-2nd.html
        """
        def __init__(self, natural=False):
            self.action_space = spaces.Discrete(2)
            self.observation_space = spaces.Tuple((
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  8. gym/envs/classic_control/continuous_mountain_car.py

    of Jose Antonio Martin H. (version 1.0), adapted by  'Tom Schaul, ******@****.***'
    and then modified by Arnaud de Broissia
    
    * the OpenAI/gym MountainCar environment
    itself from
    http://incompleteideas.net/sutton/MountainCar/MountainCar1.cp
    permalink: https://perma.cc/6Z2N-PFWC
    """
    
    import math
    
    import numpy as np
    
    import gym
    from gym import spaces
    from gym.utils import seeding
    
    
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  9. docs/blog/2019-04-18-gatsby-commitment-to-accessibility/index.md

    ---
    title: Our Commitment to Accessibility in Gatsby
    date: 2019-04-18
    author: Marcy Sutton
    excerpt: "To demonstrate our commitment to accessibility, we’ve published an Accessibility Statement on Gatsbyjs.org with product information and resources as well as contact information. We encourage everyone integrating and building with Gatsby to join us in this initiative to make the web more accessible to all!"
    tags:
      - accessibility
      - cms
      - hosting
    ---
    
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  10. docs/blog/2020-03-23-introducing-gatsby-web-creators/index.md

    ---
    title: Introducing Gatsby Web Creators
    date: 2020-03-23
    author: "Marcy Sutton"
    image: "images/gatsby-web-creators.jpg"
    imageTitle: Calling curious and creative people
    twittercard: "summary_large_image"
    showImageInArticle: false
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