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CORR
2010
Springer
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9 years 5 months ago
Neuroevolutionary optimization
Temporal difference methods are theoretically grounded and empirically effective methods for addressing reinforcement learning problems. In most real-world reinforcement learning ...
Eva Volná
AAAI
2006
9 years 7 months ago
Sample-Efficient Evolutionary Function Approximation for Reinforcement Learning
Reinforcement learning problems are commonly tackled with temporal difference methods, which attempt to estimate the agent's optimal value function. In most real-world proble...
Shimon Whiteson, Peter Stone
ECML
2004
Springer
9 years 11 months ago
Convergence and Divergence in Standard and Averaging Reinforcement Learning
Although tabular reinforcement learning (RL) methods have been proved to converge to an optimal policy, the combination of particular conventional reinforcement learning techniques...
Marco Wiering
ATAL
2005
Springer
9 years 11 months ago
Improving reinforcement learning function approximators via neuroevolution
Reinforcement learning problems are commonly tackled with temporal difference methods, which use dynamic programming and statistical sampling to estimate the long-term value of ta...
Shimon Whiteson
ICTAI
2006
IEEE
9 years 11 months ago
Polynomial Regression with Automated Degree: A Function Approximator for Autonomous Agents
In order for an autonomous agent to behave robustly in a variety of environments, it must have the ability to learn approximations to many diļ¬€erent functions. The function approx...
Daniel Stronger, Peter Stone
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