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From a DL view-point, the interpretation of the conceptual design enables differentiating the input data of a registration approach into defined or non-defined models. In particular, the illustrated phases are models that depict particular spatial data (e.g. 2D or 3D) while a non-defined one is a generalization of a data set created by a learning system. Yumer et al. [315] developed a framework in which the model acquires characteristics of objects, meaning ready to identify what a more sporty car seems like or a more comfy chair is, also adjusting a 3D model to fit those characteristics while maintaining the main characteristics of the primary data. Likewise, a fundamental perspective of the unsupervised learning method introduced by Ding et al. [316] is that there is no target for the registration approach. In this instance, the network is able of placing each input point cloud in a global space, solving SLAM issues in which many point clouds have to be registered rigidly. On the other hand, Mahadevan [317] proposed the combination of two conceptual models utilizing the growth of Imagination Machines to give flexible artificial intelligence systems and relationships between the learned phases through training schemes that are not inspired on labels and classifications. Another practical application of DL, especially CNNs, to image registration is the 3D reconstruction of objects. Wang et al. [318] applied an adversarial way using CNNs to rebuild a 3D model of an object from its 2D image. The network learns many objects and orally accomplishes the registration between the image and the conceptual model. Similarly, Hermoza et al. [319] also utilize the GAN network for prognosticating the absent geometry of damaged archaeological objects, providing the reconstructed object based on a voxel grid format and a label selecting its class.

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Tremendous amount of data are being generated and saved in many complex engineering and social systems every day. It is significant and feasible to utilize the big data to make better decisions by machine learning techniques. In this paper, we focus on batch reinforcement learning (RL) algorithms for discounted Markov decision processes (MDPs) with large discrete or continuous state spaces, aiming to learn the best possible policy given a fixed amount of training data. The batch RL algorithms with handcrafted feature representations work well for low-dimensional MDPs. However, for many real-world RL tasks which often involve high-dimensional state spaces, it is difficult and even infeasible to use feature engineering methods to design features for value function approximation. To cope with high-dimensional RL problems, the desire to obtain data-driven features has led to a lot of works in incorporating feature selection and feature learning into traditional batch RL algorithms. In this paper, we provide a comprehensive survey on automatic feature selection and unsupervised feature learning for high-dimensional batch RL. Moreover, we present recent theoretical developments on applying statistical learning to establish finite-sample error bounds for batch RL algorithms based on weighted L p norms. Finally, we derive some future directions in the research of RL algorithms, theories and applications.

A CNN is a multilayer neural network which reduces the number of weight parameters by sharing weights between the local receptive fields. The pretraining phase is usually not required. Mnih et al. [101] presented a deep Q learning algorithm to play Atari 2600 games successfully. This algorithm can learn control policies directly from high-dimensional, raw video data without hand-designed features. A CNN was used as the action-value function approximator. To scale to large data set, the stochastic gradient descent instead of batch update was used to adapt the weights. An experience replay idea was used to deal with the problem of correlated data and non-stationary distributions. This algorithm outperformed all previous approaches on six of the games and even surpassed a human expert on three of them.

Batch RL is a model-free and data efficient technique, and can learn to make decisions from a large amount of data. For high-dimensional RL problems, it is necessary to develop RL algorithms which can select or learn features automatically from data. In this paper, we have provided a survey on recent progress in feature selection and feature learning for high-dimensional batch RL problems. The automatic feature selection techniques like regularization, matching pursuit, random projection can select suitable features for batch RL algorithms from a set of features given by the designer. Unsupervised feature learning methods, such as manifold learning, spectral learning, and deep learning, can learn representations or features, and thus hold great promise for high-dimensional RL algorithms. It will be an advanced intelligent control method by combining unsupervised learning and supervised learning with RL. Furthermore, we have also presented a survey on recent theoretical progress in applying statistical machine learning to establish rigorous convergence and performance analysis for batch RL algorithms with function approximation architectures.


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