Learning Visual Routines with Reinforcement Learning

@inproceedings{Mccallum1996LearningVR,
  title={Learning Visual Routines with Reinforcement Learning},
  author={Andrew K Mccallum},
  year={1996}
}
Reinforcement learning is an ideal framework to learn visual routines since the routines are made up of sequences of actions. However, such algorithms must be able to handle the hidden state (perceptual aliasing) that results from visual routine’s purposefully narrowed attention. The U-Tree algorithm successfully learns visual routines for a complex driving task in which the agent makes eye movements and executes deictic actions in order to weave in and out of traffic on a four-laned highway… CONTINUE READING
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