Filters








21 Hits in 9.3 sec

CLIC: Curriculum Learning and Imitation for object Control in non-rewarding environments [article]

Pierre Fournier, Olivier Sigaud, Cédric Colas, Mohamed Chetouani
2019 arXiv   pre-print
To learn in this environment, we propose an unsupervised reinforcement learning agent called CLIC for Curriculum Learning and Imitation for Control.  ...  CLIC learns to control individual objects in its environment, and imitates Bob's interactions with these objects.  ...  But in this work, CLIC does not have this knowledge and relies on curriculum learning to discover what to learn and imitate.  ... 
arXiv:1901.09720v4 fatcat:kvvd7wucz5b5jjq7b2aln33xgi

Guest Editorial Special Issue on Continual Unsupervised Sensorimotor Learning

Nicolas Navarro-Guerrero, Sao Mai Nguyen, Erhan Oztop, Junpei Zhong
2021 IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems  
Fournier et al. present the most theoretical article of this special issue in "CLIC: Curriculum learning and imitation for object control in nonrewarding environments."  ...  She specializes in cognitive-developmental learning, reinforcement learning, imitation learning, and curriculum learning for robots and human activity recognition.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tcds.2021.3082880 fatcat:f6k6s3ksgze2vpzjykwbvobxea

A survey on intrinsic motivation in reinforcement learning [article]

Arthur Aubret, Laetitia Matignon, Salima Hassas
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We categorize the different kinds of intrinsic motivations and detail for each category, its advantages and limitations with respect to the mentioned challenges.  ...  However a number of scientific and technical challenges still need to be addressed, amongst which we can mention the ability to abstract actions or the difficulty to explore the environment which can be  ...  Maximizing the empowerment is the same as looking for the state in which the agent has the most control on the environment.  ... 
arXiv:1908.06976v2 fatcat:xxi3jgdtbjakvprzgkpbpohllu

Towards Teachable Autotelic Agents [article]

Olivier Sigaud and Ahmed Akakzia and Hugo Caselles-Dupré and Cédric Colas and Pierre-Yves Oudeyer and Mohamed Chetouani
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Building on developmental psychology and education sciences, we start by identifying key features enabling assisted discovery processes in child-tutor interactions.  ...  Autonomous discovery and direct instruction are two distinct sources of learning in children but education sciences demonstrate that mixed approaches such as assisted discovery or guided play result in  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Katarina Begus for advices about this paper.  ... 
arXiv:2105.11977v2 fatcat:w37mjxeaafefnko3a64on7l3uu

Autotelic Agents with Intrinsically Motivated Goal-Conditioned Reinforcement Learning: a Short Survey [article]

Cédric Colas, Tristan Karch, Olivier Sigaud, Pierre-Yves Oudeyer
2022 arXiv   pre-print
It proceeds to present a typology of the various goal representations used in the literature, before reviewing existing methods to learn to represent and prioritize goals in autonomous systems.  ...  Building autonomous machines that can explore open-ended environments, discover possible interactions and build repertoires of skills is a general objective of artificial intelligence.  ...  Environments can also include distractors (e.g. non-controllable objects) and various forms of non-stationarity.  ... 
arXiv:2012.09830v7 fatcat:lyqugbwznratfgtgstrjql4qja

Autotelic Agents with Intrinsically Motivated Goal-Conditioned Reinforcement Learning: A Short Survey

Cédric Colas, Tristan Karch, Olivier Sigaud, Pierre-Yves Oudeyer
2022 The Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research  
It proceeds to present a typology of the various goal representations used in the literature, before reviewing existing methods to learn to represent and prioritize goals in autonomous systems.  ...  Building autonomous machines that can explore open-ended environments, discover possible interactions and build repertoires of skills is a general objective of artificial intelligence.  ...  Environments can also include distractors (e.g. non-controllable objects) and various forms of non-stationarity.  ... 
doi:10.1613/jair.1.13554 fatcat:hk7wbu5w3fbd3ez7aaessmbbli

Pragmatically Learning from Pedagogical Demonstrations in Multi-Goal Environments [article]

Hugo Caselles-Dupré, Olivier Sigaud, Mohamed Chetouani
2022 arXiv   pre-print
We show that combining a pedagogical teacher and a pragmatic learner results in faster learning and reduced goal ambiguity over standard learning from demonstrations, especially in the few demonstrations  ...  We highlight the benefits of this model in multi-goal teacher-learner setups with two artificial agents that learn with goal-conditioned Reinforcement Learning.  ...  Approaches using demonstrations for goal-conditioned tasks such as GAIL [25] , DCRL [10] and CLIC [16] combine goal-conditioned RL and imitation learning with additional rewards.  ... 
arXiv:2206.04546v1 fatcat:4j63raoe3reaxmg6bib6itvgfa

Teaching the Indian Child: A Bilingual/Multicultural Approach

Rodney L. Brod, Jon Reyhner
1990 American Indian Quarterly  
Ideas about resources and methods especially appropriate for Indian students are presented in this book of 19 chapters by 17 authors.  ...  _Specific_chapters_cover_sociaI studies, science, Mathematicsoand physical education curriculum for Native American students.  ...  Acknowledgement must also be made to earlier efforts in Indian education which this ho-ok utklates but by no means References Human and Civil Rights Committee, National Education Association (1983).  ... 
doi:10.2307/1185034 fatcat:ehnmdw3dnvfwbdjfgbyejfbdnu

Literature and the English Department

Kenneth E. Eble, Barrett John Mandel, Simon O'Toole, Walter J. Slatoff, Jerry G. Gaff
1970 AAUP Bulletin  
Rather than repeat in detail the features the course in eighteenth-century literature shares with the autobiography course and English 74 (honesty, non-direction, reconsideration of grading, etc.), I  ...  and rewarding tm study.  ... 
doi:10.2307/40224498 fatcat:go2zhjpd2veazni5auc2jo3yje

Critical Theory and the Teaching of Literature: Politics, Curriculum, Pedagogy

James F. Slevin, Art Young
1997 College composition and communication  
edges Clic, use of imagery in the' ton ner.  ...  environment.  ...  , pedagogy, and power relations in the curriculum.  ... 
doi:10.2307/358787 fatcat:wnrqtwjhtjakxfgvbprhqdory4

Descripci�n de G�neros para su Ense�anza en un Programa de Escritura Acad�mica: Hacia la Deconstrucci�n Conjunta [chapter]

Estela In�s Moyano
2021 Multilingual Contributions to Writing Research: Toward an Equal Academic Exchange  
In this spirit, we first created ALES and then this book. We wanted to enable a physical space for academic exchange where we could, perhaps, have this conversation in a more egalitarian stance.  ...  Ávila Reyes The second section of the book, "Multilingualism and University Writing," offers two chapters on second language teaching and learning. First, Jaci Brasil Tonelli and Eliane G.  ...  Her research revolves around the teaching and learning of reading and writing in higher education, teacher training, and tutoring.  ... 
doi:10.37514/int-b.2021.1404.2.12 fatcat:ironed7okfgebkhhalseyybauu

Contextualising Legal Education: The Case of Solomon Islands and Vanuatu [article]

Carolyn Rachel Penfold, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
2018
To help bridge the information gap, the research undertaken for this thesis investigates the legal environments and preparatory needs of law graduates in two of these South Pacific jurisdictions: Solomon  ...  The picture which emerges is of an environment in which state law sits uneasily with continuing local traditions and everyday life, and where lawyers and the legal profession as a whole face many challenges  ...  on learning and teaching topics would create resources for others, but again need to be encouraged by reward and recognition.  ... 
doi:10.25911/5d690a5f8d022 fatcat:sqowfwt435enxkthfy4fgokzrq

:Building New Bridges: Sources, Methods and Interdisciplinarity/Bâtir de nouveaux ponts: Sources, méthodes et interdisciplinarité

2005 American Historical Review  
I learned later that Deutscheshe is Yiddish for German-like, and Yehudim is Hebrew for Jews.  ...  51 provided an intellectual environment in which science held the answers for grave social problems.  ...  reasons: to study evidence of behaviour and to learn about the historically "anonymous."  ... 
doi:10.1086/ahr.110.5.1638a fatcat:4tya6xentvgizp6ohrdbln4lf4

Destiny and Human Initiative in the Mahābhārata

Alf Hiltebeitel, Julian F. Woods
2004 Journal of the American Oriental Society  
XII.91.16) . is prompted ta introduce moral standards (dbarma). backed by à system of rewards and punisbments. ta control the libidinal (kiiina) and materi:llistic (artba) excesses of the community.  ...  She therefore exhorts him to keep bis senses under control and "win the worlds, 0 king" (râja jaya lokiin -i.e. the interim rewards of heaven) by supporting those given to bis charge (v.34).  ... 
doi:10.2307/4132192 fatcat:tcjamx2vs5cnbfpeyullhyn4ky

Comment on Toward Critical Contrastive Rhetoric by Ryuko Kubota and Al Lehner

Xii Congreso, Aelfe References Clyne, M Connor, U Connor, U Connor
2013 Journal of English for Academic Purposes   unpublished
Human beings think collaboratively thanks to the tools and the environments available in a given context.  ...  human beings, artefacts and the environment (Narcy-Combes et al 2013).  ...  and rewarding.  ... 
fatcat:oaf332ohgnafdm3c74vibv7sca
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 21 results