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Workshop: Reincarnating Reinforcement Learning

Prioritized offline Goal-swapping Experience Replay

Wenyan Yang · Joni Pajarinen · Dingding Cai · Joni-Kristian Kamarainen


In goal-conditioned offline reinforcement learning, an agent learns from previously collected data to go to an arbitrary goal. Since the offline data only contains a finite number of trajectories, a main challenge is how to generate more data. Goal-swapping generates additional data by switching trajectory goals but while doing so produces a large number of invalid trajectories. To address this issue, we propose prioritized goal-swapping experience replay (PGSER). PGSER uses a pre-trained Q function to assign higher priority weights to goal swapped transitions that allow reaching the goal. In experiments, PGSER significantly improves over baselines in a wide range of benchmark tasks, including challenging previously unsuccessful dexterous in-hand manipulation tasks.

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