Learning to Control Self-Assembling Morphologies: A Study of Generalization via Modularity

ADVANCES IN NEURAL INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS 32 (NIPS 2019), pp. 2292-2302, 2019.

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Contemporary sensorimotor learning approaches typically start with an existing complex agent (e.g., a robotic arm), which they learn to control. In contrast, this paper investigates a modular co-evolution strategy: a collection of primitive agents learns to dynamically self-assemble into composite bodies while also learning to coordinate ...More

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