Michael Littman
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Michael L. Littman is professor and chair of the Department of Computer Science at Rutgers University and directs the Rutgers Laboratory for Real-Life Reinforcement Learning (RL3). His research in machine learning examines algorithms for decision making under uncertainty. Littman has earned multiple awards for teaching and his research has been recognized with three best-paper awards on the topics of meta-learning for computer crossword solving, complexity analysis of planning under uncertainty, and algorithms for efficient reinforcement learning. He has served on the editorial boards for several machine-learning journals and was Programme Co-chair of ICML 2009.


Lectures:

tutorial
flag Basics of Computational Reinforcement Learning
as author at  2nd Multidisciplinary Conference on Reinforcement Learning and Decision Making (RLDM), Edmonton 2015,
2080 views
  tutorial
flag Model-Based Reinforcement Learning
as author at  23rd Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS), Vancouver 2009,
3458 views
tutorial
flag Reinforcement Learning
as author at  Machine Learning Summer School (MLSS), Cambridge 2009,
2495 views
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flag Awards Session
as moderator at  26th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), Montreal 2009,
together with: Léon Bottou (presenter), Yann LeCun (presenter), Andrea Pohoreckyj Danyluk (presenter), Thorsten Joachims,
291 views
opening
flag Welcome Statment Given by the Program Co-Chairs
as author at  26th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), Montreal 2009,
169 views
  lecture
flag 30. Real-Life Reinforcement Learning
as author at  AAAI 2009: AI Video Competition,
together with: Ali Nouri,
684 views
lecture
flag 22. Real Live Robot Learning
as author at  AAAI 2009: AI Video Competition,
together with: Kaushik Subramanian,
596 views
  lecture
flag Artificial intelligence: An instance of Aibo ingenuity
as author at  AAAI 2007: AI Video Competition,
3102 views