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Social Motion Prediction with Cognitive Hierarchies

Wentao Zhu · Jason Qin · Yuke Lou · Hang Ye · Xiaoxuan Ma · Hai Ci · Yizhou Wang

Great Hall & Hall B1+B2 (level 1) #222
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Thu 14 Dec 8:45 a.m. PST — 10:45 a.m. PST


Humans exhibit a remarkable capacity for anticipating the actions of others and planning their own actions accordingly. In this study, we strive to replicate this ability by addressing the social motion prediction problem. We introduce a new benchmark, a novel formulation, and a cognition-inspired framework. We present Wusi, a 3D multi-person motion dataset under the context of team sports, which features intense and strategic human interactions and diverse pose distributions. By reformulating the problem from a multi-agent reinforcement learning perspective, we incorporate behavioral cloning and generative adversarial imitation learning to boost learning efficiency and generalization. Furthermore, we take into account the cognitive aspects of the human social action planning process and develop a cognitive hierarchy framework to predict strategic human social interactions. We conduct comprehensive experiments to validate the effectiveness of our proposed dataset and approach.

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