Pedestrian Trajectory Prediction Using Dynamics-based Deep Learning

Honghui Wang, Weiming Zhi, Gustavo Batista,Rohitash Chandra


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Pedestrian trajectory prediction plays an important role in autonomous driving systems and robotics. Recent work utilising prominent deep learning models for pedestrian motion prediction makes limited a priori assumptions about human movements, resulting in a lack of explainability and explicit constraints enforced on predicted trajectories. This paper presents a dynamics-based deep learning framework where a novel asymptotically stable dynamical system is integrated into a deep learning model. Our novel asymptotically stable dynamical system is used to model human goal-targeted motion by enforcing the human walking trajectory converges to a predicted goal position and provides a deep learning model with prior knowledge and explainability. Our deep learning model utilises recent innovations from transformer networks and is used to learn some features of human motion, such as collision avoidance, for our proposed dynamical system. The experimental results show that our framework outperforms recent prominent models in pedestrian trajectory prediction on five benchmark human motion datasets.
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