Learning distant cause and effect using only local and immediate credit assignment

We present a recurrent neural network memory that uses sparse coding to create a combinatoric encoding of sequential inputs. Using several examples, we show that the network can associate distant causes and effects in a discrete stochastic process, predict partially-observable higher-order sequences, and enable a DQN agent to navigate a maze by giving it memory... (read more)

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