Towards Closing the Sim-to-Real Gap in Collaborative Multi-Robot Deep Reinforcement Learning

Current research directions in deep reinforcement learning include bridging the simulation-reality gap, improving sample efficiency of experiences in distributed multi-agent reinforcement learning, together with the development of robust methods against adversarial agents in distributed learning, among many others. In this work, we are particularly interested in analyzing how multi-agent reinforcement learning can bridge the gap to reality in distributed multi-robot systems where the operation of the different robots is not necessarily homogeneous... (read more)

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Entropy Regularization
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