Trajectory representation learning for Multi-Task NMRDPs planning

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Sep 25, 2019 ICLR 2020 Conference Blind Submission readers: everyone Show Bibtex
  • Keywords: Representation Learning, State Estimation, Non Markovian Decision Process
  • TL;DR: Expanding NMRDPs into MDPs using trajectory representation learning
  • Abstract: Expanding Non Markovian Reward Decision Processes (NMRDP) into Markov Decision Processes (MDP) enables the use of state of the art Reinforcement Learning (RL) techniques to identify optimal policies. In this paper an approach to exploring NMRDPs and expanding them into MDPs, without the prior knowledge of the reward structure, is proposed. The non Markovianity of the reward function is disentangled under the assumption that sets of similar and dissimilar trajectory batches can be sampled. More precisely, within the same batch, measuring the similarity between any couple of trajectories is permitted, although comparing trajectories from different batches is not possible. A modified version of the triplet loss is optimised to construct a representation of the trajectories under which rewards become Markovian.
  • Code: https://iclr2020submission.blob.core.windows.net/iclr2020/Trajectory representation learning for Multi-Task NMRDPs planning.tar.xz
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