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Towards Interactive Crowd-aware Robot Navigation


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Author(J)1) 西村 真衣
Author(E)1) Mai Nishimura
Affiliation(J)1) オムロンサイニックエックス


Abstract(E)Navigating robots in crowded places has been a long-standing challenge in robotics due to the severe requirements of high-level situational awareness for dynamic environments. In such“ human-centric” environments, robots are required to consider not only the efficiency of the planned path but also the safety to avoid potential collisions to nearby pedestrians. That is, interactive crowd-aware navigation involves the problem of safety-efficiency tradeoffs. Towards this goal, we introduce a deep reinforcement learning framework that balance the trade-offs inspired by well-known social dilemmas.

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