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Shapechanger: Environments for Transfer Learning

  title={Shapechanger: Environments for Transfer Learning},
  author={S{\'e}bastien M. R. Arnold and Tsam Kiu Pun and Th{\'e}o-Tim J. Denisart and Francisco J. Valero Cuevas},
We present Shapechanger, a library for transfer reinforcement learning specifically designed for robotic tasks. We consider three types of knowledge transfer---from simulation to simulation, from simulation to real, and from real to real---and a wide range of tasks with continuous states and actions. Shapechanger is under active development and open-sourced at: this https URL 

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