Marc Ricordeau

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One of the very interesting properties of Reinforcement Learning algorithms is that they allow learning without prior knowledge of the environment. However, when the agents use algorithms that enable a generalization of the learning, they are unable to explain their choices. Neural networks are good examples of this problem. After a reminder about the basis(More)
The generalization of policies in reinforcement learning is a main issue, both from the theoretical model point of view and for their applicability. However, generalizing from a set of examples or searching for regularities is a problem which has already been intensively studied in machine learning. Our work uses techniques in which generalizations are(More)
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