Amol


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Amol

(ämōl`), city (1991 pop. 139,923), Mazandaran prov., N Iran, near the Caspian Sea. It is a trade center for oranges, rice, iron, and coal.
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AMOL has three new features not reported in the studies by Zhao and colleagues [31,32] Firstly, for single-stage trials, AMOL generalizes the original O-learning [31] to allow for negative outcome values instead of adding an arbitrarily large constant [31] which leads to numeric instability.
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