Explanation-Based Neural Network Learning for Robot Control

@inproceedings{Mitchell1992ExplanationBasedNN,
  title={Explanation-Based Neural Network Learning for Robot Control},
  author={Tom M. Mitchell and Sebastian Thrun},
  booktitle={NIPS},
  year={1992}
}
How can artificial neural nets generalize better from fewer examples? In order to generalize successfully, neural network learning methods typically require large training data sets. We introduce a neural network learning method that generalizes rationally from many fewer data points, relying instead on prior knowledge encoded in previously learned neural networks. For example, in robot control learning tasks reported here, previously learned networks that model the effects of robot actions are… CONTINUE READING
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