An Automated Analysis Framework for Trajectory Datasets

  title={An Automated Analysis Framework for Trajectory Datasets},
  author={Christoph Glasmacher and Robert Krajewski and Lutz Eckstein},
Trajectory datasets of road users have become more important in the last years for safety validation of highly automated vehicles. Several naturalistic trajectory datasets with each more than 10 000 tracks were released and others will follow. Considering this amount of data, it is necessary to be able to compare these datasets in-depth with ease to get an overview. By now, the datasets’ own provided information is mainly limited to metadata and qualitative descriptions which are mostly not… 
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