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32 projects in the framework of Deep Reinforcement Learning algorithms: Q-learning, DQN, PPO, DDPG, TD3, SAC, A2C and others. Each project is provided with a detailed training log.

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Deep Reinforcement Learning Algorithms

Here you can find several projects dedicated to the Deep Reinforcement Learning methods.
The projects are deployed in the matrix form: [env x model], where env is the environment
to be solved, and model is the model/algorithm which solves this environment. In some cases,
the same environment is resolved by several algorithms. All projects are presented as
a jupyter notebook containing training log.

The following environments are supported:

AntBulletEnv, BipedalWalker, BipedalWalkerHardcore, CarRacing, CartPole, Crawler, HalfCheetahBulletEnv,
HopperBulletEnv, LunarLander, LunarLanderContinuous, Markov Decision 6x6, Minitaur, Minitaur with Duck,
MountainCar, MountainCarContinuous, Pong, Navigation, Reacher, Snake, Tennis, Waker2DBulletEnv.

Four environments (Navigation, Crawler, Reacher, Tennis) are solved in the framework of the
Udacity Deep Reinforcement Learning Nanodegree Program.

  • Monte-Carlo Methods
    In Monte Carlo (MC), we play episodes of the game until we reach the end, we grab the rewards
    collected on the way and move backward to the start of the episode. We repeat this method
    a sufficient number of times and we average the value of each state.
  • Temporal Difference Methods and Q-learning
  • Reinforcement Learning in Continuous Space (Deep Q-Network)
  • Function Approximation and Neural Network
    The Universal Approximation Theorem (UAT) states that feed-forward neural networks containing a
    single hidden layer with a finite number of nodes can be used to approximate any continuous function
    provided rather mild assumptions about the form of the activation function are satisfied.
  • Policy-Based Methods, Hill-Climbing, Simulating Annealing
    Random-restart hill-climbing is a surprisingly effective algorithm in many cases. Simulated annealing is a good
    probabilistic technique because it does not accidentally think a local extrema is a global extrema.
  • Policy-Gradient Methods, REINFORCE, PPO
    Define a performance measure J(\theta) to maximaze. Learn policy paramter \theta throgh approximate gradient ascent.
  • Actor-Critic Methods, A3C, A2C, DDPG, TD3, SAC
    The key difference from A2C is the Asynchronous part. A3C consists of multiple independent agents(networks) with
    their own weights, who interact with a different copy of the environment in parallel. Thus, they can explore
    a bigger part of the state-action space in much less time.
  • Forward-Looking Actor or FORK
    Model-based reinforcement learning uses the model in a sophisticated way, often based
    on deterministic or stochastic optimal control theory to optimize the policy based
    on the model. FORK only uses the system network as a blackbox to forecast future states,
    and does not use it as a mathematical model for optimizing control actions.
    With this key distinction, any model-free Actor-Critic algorithm with FORK remains
    to be model-free.

Projects, models and methods

AntBulletEnv, Soft Actor-Critic (SAC)

BipedalWalker, Twin Delayed DDPG (TD3)

BipedalWalker, PPO, Vectorized Environment

BipedalWalker, Soft Actor-Critic (SAC)

BipedalWalker, A2C, Vectorized Environment

CarRacing with PPO, Learning from Raw Pixels

CartPole, Policy Based Methods, Hill Climbing

CartPole, Policy Gradient Methods, REINFORCE

Cartpole, DQN

Cartpole, Double DQN

HalfCheetahBulletEnv, Twin Delayed DDPG (TD3)

HopperBulletEnv, Twin Delayed DDPG (TD3)

HopperBulletEnv, Soft Actor-Critic (SAC)

LunarLander-v2, DQN

LunarLanderContinuous-v2, DDPG

Markov Decision Process, Monte-Carlo, Gridworld 6x6

MinitaurBulletEnv, Soft Actor-Critic (SAC)

MinitaurBulletDuckEnv, Soft Actor-Critic (SAC)

MountainCar, Q-learning

MountainCar, DQN

MountainCarContinuous, Twin Delayed DDPG (TD3)

MountainCarContinuous, PPO, Vectorized Environment

Pong, Policy Gradient Methods, PPO

Pong, Policy Gradient Methods, REINFORCE

Snake, DQN, Pygame

Udacity Project 1: Navigation, DQN, ReplayBuffer

Udacity Project 2: Continuous Control-Reacher, DDPG, environment Reacher (Double-Jointed-Arm)

Udacity Project 2: Continuous Control-Crawler, PPO, environment Crawler

Udacity Project 3: Collaboration_Competition-Tennis, Multi-agent DDPG, environment Tennis

Walker2DBulletEnv, Twin Delayed DDPG (TD3)

Walker2DBulletEnv, Soft Actor-Critic (SAC)

Projects with DQN and Double DQN

Projects with PPO

Projects with TD3

### Projects with Soft Actor-Critic (SAC) * AntBulletEnv
* BipedalWalker
* HopperBulletEnv
* MinitaurBulletEnv
* MinitaurBulletDuckEnv * Walker2dBulletEnv

### BipedalWalker, different models

CartPole, different models

For more links

  • on Policy-Gradient Methods, see 1, 2, 3.
  • on REINFORCE, see 1, 2, 3.
  • on PPO, see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
  • on DDPG, see 1, 2.
  • on Actor-Critic Methods, and A3C, see 1, 2, 3, 4.
    • on TD3, see 1, 2, 3
    • on SAC, see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
    • on A2C, see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

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Videos I have developed within the above projects

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