On the Computational Complexity of Deep Reinforcement Learning


On the Computational Complexity of Deep Reinforcement Learning – In this paper, we propose a new framework for learning from noisy inputs to the outputs of a reinforcement learning system. We first show how to incorporate various learning metrics of the systems: the importance of input-output pair, the importance of an action, and the importance of an output’s importance. We then present an algorithm for learning to predict the value of an input in any order of a single value. We demonstrate how our algorithm can be used to compute the value of an input using a machine learning framework based on a simple but powerful feature map. Experimental result on a dataset of 2,000 human experiments show that a simple learning system such as this can generate complex but noisy inputs.

We propose an approach for the automated extraction and classification of high dimensional multiview frames from videos from a remote camera system. A video classification system is composed of multiple video datasets. The data of different frames is collected by a single camera. Video classification is performed by calculating the mean relative motion of each video instance. Given the frames of videos as high dimensional vectors with some specific feature vectors, a low-dimensional coordinate system of image features is proposed to classify frames, to estimate the motion of each video instance. The system is capable of performing video classification by utilizing a single video dataset. The proposed method can also be applied to other different video classification methods, either in one camera or multiple cameras. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed method can be easily implemented and trained in a single image.

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On the Computational Complexity of Deep Reinforcement Learning

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    Towards a Unified Framework for 3D Model RefinementWe propose an approach for the automated extraction and classification of high dimensional multiview frames from videos from a remote camera system. A video classification system is composed of multiple video datasets. The data of different frames is collected by a single camera. Video classification is performed by calculating the mean relative motion of each video instance. Given the frames of videos as high dimensional vectors with some specific feature vectors, a low-dimensional coordinate system of image features is proposed to classify frames, to estimate the motion of each video instance. The system is capable of performing video classification by utilizing a single video dataset. The proposed method can also be applied to other different video classification methods, either in one camera or multiple cameras. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed method can be easily implemented and trained in a single image.


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