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We observe that the safety and efficiency requirements in crowd-aware navigation have a trade-off in the presence of social dilemmas between the agent and the crowd. ... substantially improves the balance of the safety-efficiency trade-off. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank Mohammadamin Barekatain, Tatsunori Taniai and Yoshihisa Ijiri for the insightful discussions and helpful feedback on the manuscript. ...arXiv:2003.09207v2 fatcat:4la6sg6kxze7hpvhyp3reiyalq
While research on enabling socially-aware robot navigation has expanded over the years, there are no agreed-upon evaluation protocols or benchmarks to allow for the systematic development and evaluation ... As an effort to aid more productive development and progress comparisons, in this paper we review the evaluation methods, scenarios, datasets, and metrics commonly used in previous socially-aware navigation ... L2B: Learning to Balance the Safety-Efficiency Trade-Off in Interactive Crowd-Aware Robot Navigation . ...doi:10.3389/frobt.2021.721317 pmid:35096978 pmcid:PMC8791647 fatcat:egddc7tddbhj7hyevenemyh6pi