Quantum reinforcement learning Download PDF

22 Sept 2022 (modified: 13 Feb 2023)ICLR 2023 Conference Withdrawn SubmissionReaders: Everyone
Keywords: quantum reinforcement learning, multi-agent, quantum technology, control optimization, quantum circuit
TL;DR: A review and implementation of quantum reinforcement learning. We used QRL to train several game agents, and finally predicted and looked forward to future applications and trends.
Abstract: With the rapid development of quantum technology, it has been confirmed that it can surpass the speed of traditional computing in some fields. Quantum advantage can also be manifested in the field of machine learning. We reviewed many current papers related to quantum reinforcement learning. We discuss in depth how quantum reinforcement learning is implemented and core techniques. quantum reinforcement learning (QRL) method is proposed by combining quantum theory and reinforcement learning (RL).The field of quantum reinforcement learning actually includes two aspects: One is use quantum properties to help reinforcement learning, the other is using reinforcement learning to help quantum circuit design. We have completed agent training for several classic games using quantum reinforcement learning methods, and the superiority and feasibility of the simulation experiments were evaluated. The QRL algorithm can be used in many aspects such as finance, industrial simulation, mechanical control, quantum communication, and quantum circuit optimization. We take a look at the field of quantum reinforcement learning and make bold predictions that many applications in the future will benefit from the development of this technology.
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