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A technique for speeding up reinforcement learning algorithms by using time manipulation is proposed. It is applicable to failure-avoidance control problems running in a computer simulation. Turning the time of the simulation backwards on failure events is shown to speed up the learning by 260% and improve the state space exploration by 12% on the cart-pole(More)
A technique called Time Hopping is proposed for speeding up reinforcement learning algorithms. It is applicable to continuous optimization problems running in computer simulations. Making shortcuts in time by hopping between distant states combined with off-policy reinforcement learning allows the technique to maintain higher learning rate. Experiments on a(More)