Data-Driven Policy Learning Methods from Biological Behavior: A Systematic Review

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Policy learning enables agents to learn how to map states to actions, thus enabling adaptive and flexible behavioral generation in complex environments. Policy learning methods are fundamental to reinforcement learning techniques. However, as problem complexity and the requirement for motion flexibility increase, traditional methods that rely on manual design have revealed their limitations. Conversely, data-driven policy learning focuses on extracting strategies from biological behavioral data and aims to replicate these behaviors in real-world environments. This approach enhances the adaptability of agents to dynamic substrates. Furthermore, this approach has been extensively applied in autonomous driving, robot control, and interpretation of biological behavior. In this review, we survey developments in data-driven policy-learning algorithms over the past decade. We categorized them into the following three types according to the purpose of the method: (1) imitation learning (IL), (2) inverse reinforcement learning (IRL), and (3) causal policy learning (CPL). We describe the classification principles, methodologies, progress, and applications of each category in detail. In addition, we discuss the distinct features and practical applications of these methods. Finally, we explore the challenges these methods face and prospective directions for future research.

本文言語英語
論文番号4038
ジャーナルApplied Sciences (Switzerland)
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出版ステータス出版済み - 2024 5月

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