## Bandit Problems: Sequential Allocation of ExperimentsNotation and preliminaries; The discount sequence; Independent Bernoulli arms; Two arms, one arm known; Many independent arms; geometric discounting; Two independent Bernoulli arms; uniform discounting; Continuous-time bandits; Minimax approach. |

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### Contents

Notation and preliminaries | 9 |

The discount sequence | 50 |

Independent Bernoulli arms | 65 |

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