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Language Understanding for Text-based Games Using Deep Reinforcement Learning
We evaluate our approach on two game worlds, comparing against baselines using bag-of-words and bag-of-bigrams for state representations.
Deep Reinforcement Learning with a Natural Language Action Space
This paper introduces a novel architecture for reinforcement learning with deep neural networks designed to handle state and action spaces characterized by natural language, as found in text-based games.
Using reinforcement learning to learn how to play text-based games
The ability to learn optimal control policies in systems where action space is defined by sentences in natural language would allow many interesting real-world applications such as automatic optimisation of dialogue systems.
Counting to Explore and Generalize in Text-based Games
We propose a recurrent RL agent with an episodic exploration mechanism that helps discovering good policies in text-based game environments.
Towards Solving Text-based Games by Producing Adaptive Action Spaces
To solve a text-based game, an agent needs to formulate valid text commands for a given context and find the ones that lead to success.
Text-based RL Agents with Commonsense Knowledge: New Challenges, Environments and Baselines
Text-based games have emerged as an important test-bed for Reinforcement Learning (RL) research, requiring RL agents to combine grounded language understanding with sequential decision making.
TextWorldExpress: Simulating Text Games at One Million Steps Per Second
Text-based games offer a challenging test bed to evaluate virtual agents at language understanding, multi-step problem-solving, and common-sense reasoning.
TextWorld: A Learning Environment for Text-based Games
We introduce TextWorld, a sandbox learning environment for the training and evaluation of RL agents on text-based games.
Building Dynamic Knowledge Graphs from Text-based Games
We are interested in learning how to update Knowledge Graphs (KG) from text.
How To Avoid Being Eaten By a Grue: Exploration Strategies for Text-Adventure Agents
We compare our exploration strategies against strong baselines on the classic text-adventure game, Zork1, where prior agent have been unable to get past a bottleneck where the agent is eaten by a Grue.