At each step of the cart and pole, several variables can be observed, such as the position, velocity, angle, and angular velocity. The possible state_values of the cart are moved right and left:

  1. state_values: Four dimensions of continuous values.
  2. Actions: Two discrete values.
  3. The dimensions, or space, can be referred to as the state_value space and the action space. Let's start by importing the required libraries, as follows:
import gymimport numpy as npimport randomimport math
  1. Next, make the environment for playing CartPole, as follows:
environment = gym.make('CartPole-v0')
  1. Next, define the number of buckets and the number of actions, as follows:
no_buckets = (1, 1, 6, 3)no_actions = environment.action_space.n
  1. Next, define ...

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