A Review of Tracking, Prediction and Decision Making Methods for Autonomous Driving

09/17/2019 ∙ by Florin Leon, et al. ∙ 3

This literature review focuses on three important aspects of an autonomous car system: tracking (assessing the identity of the actors such as cars, pedestrians or obstacles in a sequence of observations), prediction (predicting the future motion of surrounding vehicles in order to navigate through various traffic scenarios) and decision making (analyzing the available actions of the ego car and their consequences to the entire driving context). For tracking and prediction, approaches based on (deep) neural networks and other, especially stochastic techniques, are reported. For decision making, deep reinforcement learning algorithms are presented, together with methods used to explore different alternative actions, such as Monte Carlo Tree Search.



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