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Neural networks made easy (Part 67): Using past experience to solve new tasks

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by , 06-01-2024 at 02:58 PM (158 Views)
      
   
Reinforcement learning is built on maximizing the reward received from the environment during interaction with it. Obviously, the learning process requires constant interaction with the environment. However, situations are different. When solving some tasks, we can encounter various restrictions on such interaction with the environment. A possible solution for such situations is to use offline reinforcement learning algorithms. They allow you to train models on a limited archive of trajectories collected during preliminary interaction with the environment, while it was available.
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