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Poster
Neural Program Synthesis from Diverse Demonstration Videos
Shao-Hua Sun · Hyeonwoo Noh · Sriram Somasundaram · Joseph Lim

Fri Jul 13 09:15 AM -- 12:00 PM (PDT) @ Hall B #157

Interpreting decision making logic in demonstration videos is key to collaborating with and mimicking humans. To empower machines with this ability, we propose a neural program synthesizer that is able to explicitly synthesize underlying programs from behaviorally diverse and visually complicated demonstration videos. We introduce a summarizer module as part of our model to improve the network’s ability to integrate multiple demonstrations varying in behavior. We also employ a multi-task objective to encourage the model to learn meaningful intermediate representations for end-to-end training. We show that our model is able to reliably synthesize underlying programs as well as capture diverse behaviors exhibited in demonstrations. The code is available at https://shaohua0116.github.io/demo2program.

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Shao-Hua Sun (University of Southern California)
Hyeonwoo Noh (POSTECH)
Sriram Somasundaram (University of Southern California)
Joseph Lim (Univ. of Southern California)

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