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Self-Paced Context Evaluation for Contextual Reinforcement Learning

RL agents, just like humans, often benefit from a difficulty curve in learning [Matiisen et al. 2017, Fuks et al. 2019, Zhang et al. 2020]. Progressing from simple task instances, e.g. walking on flat surfaces or towards goals that are very close to the agent, to more difficult ones lets the agent accomplish much harder […]

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DACBench: Benchmarking Dynamic Algorithm Configuration

Dynamic Algorithm Configuration (DAC) has been shown to significantly improve algorithm performance over static or even handcrafted dynamic hyperparameter policies [Biedenkapp et al., 2020]. Most algorithms, however, are not designed with DAC in mind and have to be adapted to be controlled online. This requires a great deal of familiarity with the target algorithm as […]

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