SSP: Single Shot Future Trajectory Prediction

@article{Dwivedi2020SSPSS,
  title={SSP: Single Shot Future Trajectory Prediction},
  author={Isht Dwivedi and Srikanth Malla and Behzad Dariush and Chiho Choi},
  journal={2020 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS)},
  year={2020},
  pages={2211-2218}
}
We propose a robust solution to future trajectory forecast, which can be practically applicable to autonomous agents in highly crowded environments. For this, three aspects are particularly addressed in this paper. First, we use composite fields to predict future locations of all road agents in a singleshot, which results in a constant time complexity, regardless of the number of agents in the scene. Second, interactions between agents are modeled as a non-local response, enabling spatial… 

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