Learning Multi-Modal Control Programs
Mehta, Tejas R.
Egerstedt, Magnus B.
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Multi-modal control is a commonly used design tool for breaking up complex control tasks into sequences of simpler tasks. In this paper, we show that by viewing the control space as a set of such tokenized instructions rather than as real-valued signals, reinforcement learning becomes applicable to continuous-time control systems. In fact, we show how a combination of state-space exploration and multi-modal control converts the original system into a finite state machine, on which Q-learning can be utilized.