To Follow or not to Follow: Selective Imitation Learning from Observations

16 Dec 2019Youngwoon LeeEdward S. HuZhengyu YangJoseph J. Lim

Learning from demonstrations is a useful way to transfer a skill from one agent to another. While most imitation learning methods aim to mimic an expert skill by following the demonstration step-by-step, imitating every step in the demonstration often becomes infeasible when the learner and its environment are different from the demonstration... (read more)

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