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Deep Q Learning Norm frame correction thanks to Mikołaj Walkowiak Aug 11, 2018
Dueling Double DQN with PER and fixed-q targets
PPO with Sonic the Hedgehog Update Aug 15, 2018
Policy Gradients Big spring clean up Jul 5, 2018
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RND Montezuma's revenge PyTorch Update Jan 20, 2019
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Q_Learning_with_FrozenLakev2.ipynb Update Jan 20, 2019

Deep Reinforcement Learning Course

⚠️ I'm currently updating the implementations (January and February (some delay due to job interviews)) with Tensorflow and PyTorch.

Deep Reinforcement Course with Tensorflow

Deep Reinforcement Learning Course is a free series of blog posts and videos 🆕 about Deep Reinforcement Learning, where we'll learn the main algorithms, and how to implement them with Tensorflow.

📜The articles explain the concept from the big picture to the mathematical details behind it.

📹 The videos explain how to create the agent with Tensorflow


📜 Part 1: Introduction to Reinforcement Learning ARTICLE

Part 2: Q-learning with FrozenLake


📹 Implementing a Q-learning agent that plays Taxi-v2 🚕

Part 3: Deep Q-learning with Doom


📹 Create a DQN Agent that learns to play Atari Space Invaders 👾

Part 4: Policy Gradients with Doom


📹 Create an Agent that learns to play Doom deathmatch

Part 3+: Improvments in Deep Q-Learning

📜 ARTICLE// Doom Deadly corridor IMPLEMENTATION

📹 Create an Agent that learns to play Doom Deadly corridor

Part 5: Advantage Advantage Actor Critic (A2C)


📹 Create an Agent that learns to play Sonic

Part 6: Proximal Policy Gradients


👨‍💻 Create an Agent that learns to play Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and 3

Part 7: Curiosity Driven Learning made easy Part I


Part 8: Random Network Distillation with PyTorch

👨‍💻 A trained RND agent that learned to play Montezuma's revenge (21 hours of training with a Tesla K80

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