Pedestrian Models for Autonomous Driving Part II: high level models of human behaviour

@article{Camara2020PedestrianMF,
  title={Pedestrian Models for Autonomous Driving Part II: high level models of human behaviour},
  author={F. Camara and N. Bellotto and S. Cosar and Florian Weber and D. Nathanael and M. Althoff and J. Wu and Johannes Ruenz and A. Dietrich and G. Markkula and A. Schieben and F. Tango and N. Merat and C. Fox},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2003.11959}
}
  • F. Camara, N. Bellotto, +11 authors C. Fox
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • ArXiv
  • Abstract—Autonomous vehicles (AVs) must share space with pedestrians, both in carriageway cases such as cars at pedestrian crossings and off-carriageway cases such as delivery vehicles navigating through crowds on pedestrianized high-streets. Unlike static obstacles, pedestrians are active agents with complex, inter- active motions. Planning AV actions in the presence of pedestrians thus requires modelling of their probable future behaviour as well as detecting and tracking them. This narrative… CONTINUE READING
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