Deep Reinforcement Learning for Solving Rubik's Cube


The Rubik's Cube is a famous 3-D puzzle toy. A regular Rubik's Cube has six faces, each of which has nine coloured stickers, and the puzzle is solved when each face has a united colour. If we count one quarter (90) turn as one move and two quarter turns (a "face" turn) as two moves, the best algorithms human-invented can solve any instance of the cube in 26 moves. My target is to let the computer learn how to solve the Rubik's Cube without feeding it any human knowledge like the symmetry of the cube. The most challenging part is the Rubik's Cube has 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 possible permutations.

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