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NIPS 2017: Learning to Run

Reinforcement learning environments with musculoskeletal models


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Max and Min Values for state space?

Posted by jzl_2017 about 2 years ago

Does anyone know how to figure out what the min and max values for each dimension in the (observation vector) state space is?

Posted by spMohanty  about 2 years ago |  Quote

Hi @jzl_2017,

Can you try this to check if this is what you want ?

https://pastebin.com/iJUkR5VF

Posted by kuang-chi  about 2 years ago |  Quote

The following output is incorrect, it output [3.14, 3.14, 3.14,… ]. But in fact, it is not correct.

upper_bound = env.observation_space.high lower_bound = env.observation_space.low

Posted by kuang-chi  about 2 years ago |  Quote

Hi @jzl_2017,

Can you try this to check if this is what you want ?

https://pastebin.com/iJUkR5VF

The following output is incorrect, it output [3.14, 3.14, 3.14,… ]. But in fact, it is not correct. upper_bound = env.observation_space.high lower_bound = env.observation_space.low

Posted by kuang-chi  about 2 years ago |  Quote

Hi @jzl_2017, it output [ 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265 3.14159265] [-3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265 -3.14159265]

Posted by syllogismos  about 2 years ago |  Quote

But those bounds are obviously wrong, all the x coordinates of various parts should be showing +inf and etc. Don’t know the bounds of other observations. And I don’t think they are [-pi, +pi] either. can you add this in the new release as well?