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DROGON: A Trajectory Prediction Model based on Intention-Conditioned Behavior Reasoning [article]

Chiho Choi, Srikanth Malla, Abhishek Patil, Joon Hee Choi
2020 arXiv   pre-print
reason about the behaviors of vehicles as trajectories conditioned on the intentions.  ...  We propose a Deep RObust Goal-Oriented trajectory prediction Network (DROGON) for accurate vehicle trajectory prediction by considering behavioral intentions of vehicles in traffic scenes.  ...  Based on this inference, we build a conditional probabilistic prediction model to forecast vehicle's goal-oriented trajectories.  ... 
arXiv:1908.00024v3 fatcat:whzxjxgyyfbwrf3otafoopdqgy

Recent Advances in Vision-Based On-Road Behaviors Understanding: A Critical Survey

Rim Trabelsi, Redouane Khemmar, Benoit Decoux, Jean-Yves Ertaud, Rémi Butteau
2022 Sensors  
On-road behavior analysis is a crucial and challenging problem in the autonomous driving vision-based area.  ...  This paper reviews 100+ papers of on-road behavior analysis related work in the light of the milestones achieved, spanning over the last 2 decades.  ...  [38] proposes an approach named DROGON for "Deep RObust Goal-Oriented trajectory prediction Network" that forecasts future trajectories of vehicles by taking into consideration their behavioral intention  ... 
doi:10.3390/s22072654 pmid:35408269 pmcid:PMC9003377 fatcat:2vrmgz3b25eyxbijeurx5aijv4

CausalCity: Complex Simulations with Agency for Causal Discovery and Reasoning [article]

Daniel McDuff, Yale Song, Jiyoung Lee, Vibhav Vineet, Sai Vemprala, Nicholas Gyde, Hadi Salman, Shuang Ma, Kwanghoon Sohn, Ashish Kapoor
2021 arXiv   pre-print
To help address this, we present a high-fidelity simulation environment that is designed for developing algorithms for causal discovery and counterfactual reasoning in the safety-critical context.  ...  The vehicles then operate with agency to complete these objectives, meaning low-level behaviors need only be controlled if necessary.  ...  Finally, causal reasoning helps to reason about the behavior of vehicles as future locations conditioned on the intention. Ramanishka et al.  ... 
arXiv:2106.13364v1 fatcat:qqvo33hwsfbtpjxecqnb35nd5a

Social-DualCVAE: Multimodal Trajectory Forecasting Based on Social Interactions Pattern Aware and Dual Conditional Variational Auto-Encoder [article]

Jiashi Gao, Xinming Shi, James J.Q. Yu
2022 arXiv   pre-print
To jointly address the above issues, we present a social-dual conditional variational auto-encoder (Social-DualCVAE) for multi-modal trajectory forecasting, which is based on a generative model conditioned  ...  A variational bound is derived as the minimization objective during training. The proposed model is evaluated on widely used trajectory benchmarks and outperforms the prior state-of-the-art methods.  ...  DROGON (Choi et al. 2019) utilized spatialtemporal graphs combined with CVAE, where the conditions are represented by estimated intentions and history trajectory.  ... 
arXiv:2202.03954v1 fatcat:ackcjynrcrcwnkoqf73reflh3m

NEMO: Future Object Localization Using Noisy Ego Priors [article]

Srikanth Malla and Isht Dwivedi and Behzad Dariush and Chiho Choi
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This paper focuses on two important aspects of future trajectory forecast which are particularly relevant for mobile platforms: 1) modeling uncertainty of the predictions, particularly from egocentric  ...  In the proposed approach, a predictive distribution of future forecast is jointly modeled with the uncertainty of predictions.  ...  Their relational inference is adopted into DROGON [11] that uses intention as a prior for trajectory prediction, focusing on causation between intention and the future motion.  ... 
arXiv:1909.08150v3 fatcat:3n7bx7si2zdwva4ri24fye6f4q

The Audacity to Imagine Alternative Futures: An Afrofuturist Analysis of Sojourner Truth and Janelle Monae's Performances of Black Womanhood as Instruments of Liberation [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, University, My, Molefi Kete Asante
Its foundational assumption is the pantechnological perspective, a theory that assumes "everything can be interpreted as a type of technology."  ...  I propose that both of these women use their identity as a liberation technology - a spiritual, emotional, physical, and/or intellectual tool constructed and/or wielded by Africana agents.  ...  She notes, "Even though I do not assume a racial affront or intentionality in this peculiar deployment of the slave and master coupling, its appearance each time I turn on my computer nonetheless causes  ... 
doi:10.34944/dspace/3808 fatcat:zyy625zvfvgfxb5ius2x3dq32y