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1990: Planning & Reinforcement Learning with Recurrent World Models and Artificial Curiosity

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The technical report FKI-126-90 introduced several concepts that are now widely used: (1) planning with recurrent NNs (RNNs) as world models, (2) high-dimensional reward signals (also as inputs for a neural controller), (3) deterministic policy gradients for RNNs, (4) artificial curiosity ...

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1990: Planning & Reinforcement Learning with Recurrent World Models and Artificial Curiosity

1990: Planning & Reinforcement Learning with Recurrent World Models and Artificial Curiosity

The technical report FKI-126-90 introduced several concepts that are now widely used: (1) planning with recurrent NNs (RNNs) as world models, (2) high-dimensional reward signals (also as ...

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