Active Policy Learning for Robot Planning and Exploration under Uncertainty

@inproceedings{MartinezCantin2007ActivePL,
  title={Active Policy Learning for Robot Planning and Exploration under Uncertainty},
  author={Ruben Martinez-Cantin and Nando de Freitas and Arnaud Doucet and Jos{\'e} A. Castellanos},
  booktitle={Robotics: Science and Systems},
  year={2007}
}
This paper proposes a simulation-based active policy learning algorithm for finite-horizon, partially-observed sequential decision processes. The algorithm is tested in the domain of robot navigation and exploration under uncertainty, where the expected cost is a function of the belief state (filtering distribution). This filtering distribution is in turn nonlinear and subject to discontinuities, which arise because constraints in the robot motion and control models. As a result, the expected… CONTINUE READING
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