Self-Organizing Internal Representation for Behavior Acquisition of Vision-Based Mobile Robots

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An input generalization problem is one of the most important ones in applying reinforcement learning to real robot tasks. To cope with this problem, we propose a self-partitioning state space algorithm which can make non-uniform quantization of the state space. To show that our algorithm has generalization capability, we apply our method to two tasks in which a soccer robot shoots a ball into a goal and prevent ball from entering a goal. To show the validity of this method, the experimental results for computer simulation and a real robot are shown.