Domain Adaptation for Deep Reinforcement Learning in Visually Distinct Games

Many deep reinforcement learning approaches use graphical state representations, this means visually distinct games that share the same underlying structure cannot effectively share knowledge. This paper outlines a new approach for learning underlying game state embeddings irrespective of the visual rendering of the game state... We utilise approaches from multi-task learning and domain adaption in order to place visually distinct game states on a shared embedding manifold. We present our results in the context of deep reinforcement learning agents. read more

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