Commit da547bfb authored by szymon's avatar szymon
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Updating README

(cherry picked from commit 1295882d)
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Why?
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**Performance**. The interesting thing is that PPO_CPP executes 2~3 times faster than corresponding Python implementation when running on the
same example environment with the same number of threads. Originally, however, PPO_CPP was setup for the sake of DRL/Neuroevolution comparison in an unpublished yet project.
same example environment with the same number of threads. Originally, however, PPO_CPP was set up for the sake of DRL/Neuroevolution comparison in an unpublished yet project.
Is it optimized?
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State of the project
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This is just a proof-of-concept which could benefit from number of improvements. Let me know if this project is useful for you!
This a proof-of-concept which could benefit from number of improvements. Let me know if this project is useful for you!
Recommended dev setup and dependencies
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If you require policy other than MLP, modifications to both graph_generator and
core PPO_CPP may be needed, however as long as the Policy is originally supported
by Stable Baselines those changes shouldn't be too challenging. The reason for
forking
forking Stable Baselines mainly to name tensors which need to be referred to on the C++ side,
but also to introduce a thin graph generator over the original implementation extended with
computational graph export/import functionality.
Visualizing gaits
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