Comparing Deep Reinforcement Learning and Evolutionary Methods in Continuous Control

11/30/2017
by   Shangtong Zhang, et al.
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Reinforcement learning and evolutionary strategy are two major approaches in addressing complicated control problems. Both have strong biological basis and there have been recently many advanced techniques in both domains. In this paper, we present a thorough comparison between the state of the art techniques in both domains in complex continuous control tasks. We also formulate the parallelized version of the Proximal Policy Optimization method and the Deep Deterministic Policy Gradient method.

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