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Conference Papers Year : 2023

Interpretable Long Term Waypoint-Based Trajectory Prediction Model


Predicting the future trajectories of dynamic agents in complex environments is crucial for a variety of applications, including autonomous driving, robotics, and human-computer interaction. It is a challenging task as the behavior of the agent is unknown and intrinsically multimodal. Our key insight is that the agents behaviors are influenced not only by their past trajectories and their interaction with their immediate environment but also largely with their long term waypoint (LTW). In this paper, we study the impact of adding a long-term goal on the performance of a trajectory prediction framework. We present an interpretable long term waypoint-driven prediction framework (WayDCM). WayDCM first predict an agent's intermediate goal (IG) by encoding his interactions with the environment as well as his LTW using a combination of a Discrete choice Model (DCM) and a Neural Network model (NN). Then, our model predicts the corresponding trajectories. This is in contrast to previous work which does not consider the ultimate intent of the agent to predict his trajectory. We evaluate and show the effectiveness of our approach on the Waymo Open dataset.
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hal-04329601 , version 1 (07-12-2023)



Amina Ghoul, Itheri Yahiaoui, Fawzi Nashashibi. Interpretable Long Term Waypoint-Based Trajectory Prediction Model. IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), 2023, Bilbao, Spain. ⟨hal-04329601⟩
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