A Function Approximation Method for Model-based High-Dimensional Inverse Reinforcement Learning

23 Aug 2017 Kun Li Joel W. Burdick

This works handles the inverse reinforcement learning problem in high-dimensional state spaces, which relies on an efficient solution of model-based high-dimensional reinforcement learning problems. To solve the computationally expensive reinforcement learning problems, we propose a function approximation method to ensure that the Bellman Optimality Equation always holds, and then estimate a function based on the observed human actions for inverse reinforcement learning problems... (read more)

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