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Review: Pedestrian Behavior Analysis and Trajectory Prediction with Deep Learning

Mr M.Bhavsingh, Mr. B .Pannalal, Mrs. K Samunnisa, ,
Assistant Professor, Ashoka Women's Engineering College, Kurnool

It is becoming increasingly necessary for artificially intelligent systems to be able to monitor, evaluate, and anticipate the actions of humans as more of these systems are deployed in human-populated places. For an autonomous vehicle to make intelligent navigation decisions, a comprehensive analysis of the movement patterns of surrounding traffic agents and precise projections of their future trajectories are required. In this paper, we investigate how to assess the behavior of pedestrians and predict their trajectories using a unified deep learning model. Specifically, we look at how to do both of these things. Investigate the methods that were utilized to collect data and evaluate performance, as well as any surprises, challenges, insights, and recommendations that occurred as a result of the investigation's findings

Mr M.Bhavsingh,Mr. B .Pannalal,Mrs. K Samunnisa."Review: Pedestrian Behavior Analysis and Trajectory Prediction with Deep Learning". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) ,ISSN:2349-7084 ,Vol.9, Issue 12,pp.263-268, December - 2023.

Keywords : Trajectory Prediction, Pedestrian Behavior Analysis, deep learning

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