Abstract

This chapter presents an overview of learning approaches for the acquisition of controllers and movement skills in humanoid robots. The term learning control refers to the process of acquiring a control strategy to achieve a task. While the definition is in some cases restrained to trial-and-error learning, we present here learning control in a broader perspective, with a focus on the representation of skills to be acquired, and on the different learning strategies that can contribute to the acquisition of robust and adaptive controllers for humanoids.

Bibtex reference

@incollection{CalinonLee19,
author="Calinon, S. and Lee, D.",
title="Learning Control",
booktitle="Humanoid Robotics: a Reference",
publisher="Springer",
}