Pareto-Efficient Decision Agents for Offline Multi-Objective Reinforcement LearningDownload PDF

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22 Sept 2022, 12:37 (modified: 13 Nov 2022, 17:07)ICLR 2023 Conference Blind SubmissionReaders: Everyone
Keywords: Reinforcement Learning, Offline Reinforcement Learning, Multi-Objective Reinforcement Learning, Decision Transformer, Sequential Decision Making
TL;DR: We introduce new dataset & benchmarks and propose new algorithms for offline Multi-Objective Reinforcement Learning (MORL)
Abstract: The goal of multi-objective reinforcement learning (MORL) is to learn policies that simultaneously optimize multiple competing objectives. In practice, an agent's preferences over the objectives may not be known apriori, and hence, we require policies that can generalize to arbitrary preferences at test time. In this work, we propose a new data-driven setup for offline MORL, where we wish to learn a preference-agnostic policy agent using only a finite dataset of offline demonstrations of other agents and their preferences. The key contributions of this work are two-fold. First, we introduce D4MORL, (D)atasets for MORL that are specifically designed for offline settings. It contains 1.8 million annotated demonstrations obtained by rolling out reference policies that optimize for randomly sampled preferences on 6 MuJoCo environments with 2-3 objectives each. Second, we propose Pareto-Efficient Decision Agents (PEDA), a family of offline MORL algorithms that builds and extends Decision Transformers via a novel preference-and-return-conditioned policy. Empirically, we show that PEDA closely approximates the behavioral policy on the D4MORL benchmark and provides an excellent approximation of the Pareto-front with appropriate conditioning, as measured by the hypervolume and sparsity metrics.
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