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DROGON: A Causal Reasoning Framework for Future Trajectory Forecast

@article{Choi2019DROGONAC,
  title={DROGON: A Causal Reasoning Framework for Future Trajectory Forecast},
  author={Chiho Choi and Abhishek Patil and Srikanth Malla},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1908.00024}
}
We propose DROGON (Deep RObust Goal-Oriented trajectory prediction Network) for accurate vehicle trajectory forecast by considering behavioral intention of vehicles in traffic scenes. Our main insight is that a causal relationship between intention and behavior of drivers can be reasoned from the observation of their relational interactions toward an environment. To succeed in causal reasoning, we build a conditional prediction model to forecast goal-oriented trajectories, which is trained with… 

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