TridentNet: A Conditional Generative Model for Dynamic Trajectory Generation [article]

David Paz, Hengyuan Zhang, Henrik I. Christensen
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In recent years, various state of the art autonomous vehicle systems and architectures have been introduced. These methods include planners that depend on high-definition (HD) maps and models that learn an autonomous agent's controls in an end-to-end fashion. While end-to-end models are geared towards solving the scalability constraints from HD maps, they do not generalize for different vehicles and sensor configurations. To address these shortcomings, we introduce an approach that leverages
more » ... htweight map representations, explicitly enforcing geometric constraints, and learns feasible trajectories using a conditional generative model. Additional contributions include a new dataset that is used to verify our proposed models quantitatively. The results indicate low relative errors that can potentially translate to traversable trajectories. The dataset created as part of this work has been made available online.
arXiv:2101.06374v4 fatcat:uwqplk6rdjholhd34h4eqrx354