Navigate Like A Cabbie: Probablistic Reasoning from Observed Context-Aware Behavior
journal contributionposted on 01.01.2008, 00:00 by Brian D. Ziebart, Andrew L. Maas, Anind K. Dey, J. Andrew Bagnell
We present PROCAB, an efﬁcient method for Probabilistically Reasoning from Observed Context-Aware Behavior. It models the context-dependent utilities and underlying reasons that people take different actions. The model generalizes to unseen situations and scales to incorporate rich contextual information. We train our model using the route preferences of 25 taxi drivers demonstrated in over 100,000 miles of collected data, and demonstrate the performance of our model by inferring: (1) decision at next intersection, (2) route to known destination, and (3) destination given partially traveled route.