Deformable Object Manipulation
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Deep Transfer Learning of Pick Points on Fabric for Robot Bed-Making
We compare coverage results from (1) human supervision, (2) a baseline of picking at the uppermost blanket point, and (3) learned pick points.
Learning to Manipulate Deformable Objects without Demonstrations
Second, instead of jointly learning both the pick and the place locations, we only explicitly learn the placing policy conditioned on random pick points.
SoftGym: Benchmarking Deep Reinforcement Learning for Deformable Object Manipulation
Further, we evaluate a variety of algorithms on these tasks and highlight challenges for reinforcement learning algorithms, including dealing with a state representation that has a high intrinsic dimensionality and is partially observable.
PLAS: Latent Action Space for Offline Reinforcement Learning
The goal of offline reinforcement learning is to learn a policy from a fixed dataset, without further interactions with the environment.
Sim-to-Real Reinforcement Learning for Deformable Object Manipulation
Moreover, due to the large amount of data needed to learn these end-to-end solutions, an emerging trend is to learn control policies in simulation and then transfer them over to the real world.
Learning Predictive Representations for Deformable Objects Using Contrastive Estimation
Using visual model-based learning for deformable object manipulation is challenging due to difficulties in learning plannable visual representations along with complex dynamic models.
Recurrent Multi-view Alignment Network for Unsupervised Surface Registration
Learning non-rigid registration in an end-to-end manner is challenging due to the inherent high degrees of freedom and the lack of labeled training data.
Learning Visible Connectivity Dynamics for Cloth Smoothing
Robotic manipulation of cloth remains challenging for robotics due to the complex dynamics of the cloth, lack of a low-dimensional state representation, and self-occlusions.
DiffSRL: Learning Dynamical State Representation for Deformable Object Manipulation with Differentiable Simulator
We propose DiffSRL, a dynamic state representation learning pipeline utilizing differentiable simulation that can embed complex dynamics models as part of the end-to-end training.
Imitation Learning via Differentiable Physics
With the physics prior, ILD policies can not only be transferable to unseen environment specifications but also yield higher final performance on a variety of tasks.