AC-VRNN: Attentive Conditional-VRNN for Multi-Future Trajectory Prediction

17 May 2020Alessia BertugliSimone CalderaraPasquale CosciaLamberto BallanRita Cucchiara

Anticipating human motion in crowded scenarios is essential for developing intelligent transportation systems, social-aware robots and advanced video-surveillance applications. An important aspect of such task is represented by the inherently multi-modal nature of human paths which makes socially-acceptable multiple futures when human interactions are involved... (read more)

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