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Human-Agent Cooperation in Bridge Bidding

11/28/2020
by   Edward Lockhart, et al.
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We introduce a human-compatible reinforcement-learning approach to a cooperative game, making use of a third-party hand-coded human-compatible bot to generate initial training data and to perform initial evaluation. Our learning approach consists of imitation learning, search, and policy iteration. Our trained agents achieve a new state-of-the-art for bridge bidding in three settings: an agent playing in partnership with a copy of itself; an agent partnering a pre-existing bot; and an agent partnering a human player.

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