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Conference Papers Year : 2022

MultiLane: Lane Intention Prediction and Sensible Lane-Oriented Trajectory Forecasting on Centerline Graphs

Abstract

Forecasting the motion of surrounding traffic is one of the key challenges in the quest to achieve safe autonomous driving technology. Current state-of-the-art deep forecasting architectures are capable of producing impressive results. However, in many cases, they also output completely unreasonable trajectories, making them unsuitable for deployment. In this work, we present a deep forecasting architecture that leverages the map lane centerlines available in recent datasets to predict sensible trajectories; that is, trajectories that conform to the road layout, agree with the observed dynamics of the target, and react to the presence of surrounding agents. To model such sensible behavior, the proposed architecture first predicts the lane or lanes that the target agent is likely to follow. Then, a navigational goal along each candidate lane is predicted, allowing the regression of the final trajectory in a laneand goal-oriented manner. Our experiments in the Argoverse dataset show that our architecture achieves performance onpar with lane-oriented state-of-the-art forecasting approaches and not far behind goal-oriented approaches, while consistently producing sensible trajectories.
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hal-03790450 , version 1 (28-09-2022)

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David Sierra González, Anshul Paigwar, Özgür Erkent, Christian Laugier. MultiLane: Lane Intention Prediction and Sensible Lane-Oriented Trajectory Forecasting on Centerline Graphs. ITSC 2022 - 25th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Sep 2022, Macao, China. pp.1-8. ⟨hal-03790450⟩
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