Self-reflective deep reinforcement learning

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Altahhan, A;
(2016)
  • Publisher: IEEE

© 2016 IEEE. In this paper we present a new concept of self-reflection learning to support a deep reinforcement learning model. The self-reflective process occurs offline between episodes to help the agent to learn to navigate towards a goal location and boost its onlin... View more
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