Multi-scale pedestrian intent prediction using 3D joint information as spatio-temporal representation

Chitta Saha, Sarfraz Ahmed (Corresponding / Lead Author)

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    here has been a rise of use of Autonomous Vehicles on public roads. With the predicted rise of road traffic accidents over the coming years, these vehicles must be capable of safely operate in the public domain. The field of pedestrian detection has significantly advanced in the last decade, providing high-level accuracy, with some technique reaching near-human level accuracy. However, there remains further work required for pedestrian intent prediction to reach human-level performance. One of the challenges facing current pedestrian intent predictors are the varying scales of pedestrians, particularly smaller pedestrians. This is because smaller pedestrians can blend into the background, making them difficult to detect, track or apply pose estimations techniques. Therefore, in this work, we present a novel intent prediction approach for multi-scale pedestrians using 2D pose estimation and a Long Short-term …
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)120077
    JournalExpert Systems with Applications
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - 1 Sept 2023


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