Estimating the expected behavior of agents based on a deep learning model


Estimating the expected behavior of agents based on a deep learning model – Machine learnable agents are commonly used for modeling human behavior. In this work, we show that a model trained on human behavior can be employed for action planning. Agents use human agents to train a model for each of their actions, thus training a model for all possible future actions. After this, we use human agents to predict future actions in a continuous-time model that is a combination of stochastic and reinforcement learning. We demonstrate the usefulness of this model in the context of agent planning for agents and for agents learning from human agents with a similar model.

As information about an interaction evolves over time, the number of actions that can be taken at once can grow exponentially. In this paper, we present a method for a general purpose deep learning community to quickly learn to perform task-specific action recognition and search. The task we aim at learning the task-specific action recognition and search to serve as an indicator to facilitate the community to learn to perform such collaborative tasks in a faster, easier and more efficient manner. We use the state-of-the-art deep models to perform multiple tasks simultaneously and we use a novel deep recurrent network architecture to learn to perform them simultaneously. Our key idea is to use the long short term memory (LSTM) feature, which is a type of recurrent network architecture which we can use to model the task in the form that the tasks are performed by the deep neural networks. We then use this feature to learn to perform the tasks in the way that our community’s knowledge of the task relates to the behavior of the users. In addition to this, we use a novel, end-to-end learning pipeline which is more efficient and flexible.

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Estimating the expected behavior of agents based on a deep learning model

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