Image Visual Sensor Used in Health-Care Navigation in Indoor Scenes Using Deep Reinforcement Learning (DRL) and Control Sensor Robot for Patients Data Health Information

Seaman W. K., YAVUZ S.

JOURNAL OF MEDICAL IMAGING AND HEALTH INFORMATICS, vol.11, no.1, pp.104-113, 2021 (SCI-Expanded) identifier


Compared with traditional motion planners and deep reinforcement learning DRL has been applied more and more widely to achieving sequential behaviors control of movement robots in internal environment. There are two addressed issues of deep learning. The inability to generalize to achieve set of goals. The data inefficiency, that is, the model requires, many trial and error loops (often costly). Applied can impact a few key areas of medicine and explore how to build end-to-end systems. Our discussion of computer vision focuses largely on medical imaging. In this paper, we address these two issues and apply the proposed model to visual navigation in conformity with generalizing in conformity with obtaining new goals (target-driven). To tackle the first issue, we advise an actor-critic mannequin whose coverage is a feature of the intention as much properly namely the present day state, which approves higher generalization. To tackle the second issue, we advocate the 3D scenes in environment indoor simulation is Al2-THOR framework, who provides a surrounding including tremendous with high-quality 3D scenes and a physics engine. Our framework allows agents according to receive actions and have interaction with objects. Hence, we are able to accumulate an enormous number of training samples successfully with sequential decision making based totally on the RL framework. Particularly, Healthcare and medicine stand to benefit immensely from deep learning because of the sheer volume of data being generated we used the behavioral cloning approach, who enables the active agent to storeroom an expert (or mentor) policy except for the utilization of reward function stability or generalizes across targets.