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Sample-Efficient Training of Robotic Guide Using Human Path Prediction Network.

@article{Moon2020SampleEfficientTO,
  title={Sample-Efficient Training of Robotic Guide Using Human Path Prediction Network.},
  author={Hee-Seung Moon and Jiwon Seo},
  journal={arXiv: Robotics},
  year={2020}
}
Training a robot that engages with people is challenging, because it is expensive to involve people in a robot training process requiring numerous data samples. This paper proposes a human path prediction network (HPPN) and an evolution strategy-based robot training method using virtual human movements generated by the HPPN, which compensates for this sample inefficiency problem. We applied the proposed method to the training of a robotic guide for visually impaired people, which was designed… 
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