Prediction by Anticipation: An Action-Conditional Prediction Method based on Interaction Learning

@article{Banijamali2021PredictionBA,
  title={Prediction by Anticipation: An Action-Conditional Prediction Method based on Interaction Learning},
  author={Ershad Banijamali and Mohsen Rohani and Elmira Amirloo and Jun Luo and Pascal Poupart},
  journal={2021 IEEE/CVF International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV)},
  year={2021},
  pages={15601-15610}
}
In autonomous driving (AD), accurately predicting changes in the environment can effectively improve safety and comfort. Due to complex interactions among traffic participants, however, it is very hard to achieve accurate prediction for a long horizon. To address this challenge, we propose prediction by anticipation, which views interaction in terms of a latent probabilistic generative process wherein some vehicles move partly in response to the anticipated motion of other vehicles. Under this… 

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