Drivers have unique and rich driving behaviors when operating vehicles in traffic. This paper presents a novel driver behavior learning approach that captures the uniqueness and richness of human driver behavior in realistic driving scenarios. A stochastic inverse reinforcement learning (SIRL) approach is proposed to learn a distribution of cost function, which represents the richness of the human driver behavior with a given set of driver-specific demonstrations. Evaluations are conducted on the realistic driving data collected from the 3D driver-in-the-loop driving simulation. The results show that the learned stochastic driver model is capable of expressing the richness of the human driving strategies under different realistic driving scenarios. Compared to the deterministic baseline driver behavior model, the results reveal that the proposed stochastic driver behavior model can better replicate the driver’s unique and rich driving strategies in a variety of traffic conditions.
|Number of pages||7|
|State||Published - Nov 1 2021|
|Event||2021 Modeling, Estimation and Control Conference, MECC 2021 - Austin, United States|
Duration: Oct 24 2021 → Oct 27 2021
- Driver behavior modeling
- Inverse reinforcement learning