Gradient Policy on "CartPole" game and its' expansibility to F1Tenth Autonomous Vehicles

03/15/2021
by   Mingwei Shi, et al.
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Policy gradient is an effective way to estimate continuous action on the environment. This paper, it about explaining the mathematical formula and code implementation. In the end, comparing between the rotation angle of the stick on CartPole , and the angle of the Autonomous vehicle when turning, and utilizing the Bicycle Model, a simple Kinematic dynamic model, are the purpose to discover the similarity between these two models, so as to facilitate the model transfer from CartPole to the F1tenth Autonomous vehicle.

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