Dense Learning for Robust Road Traffic Speed Prediction


Dense Learning for Robust Road Traffic Speed Prediction – We propose a novel algorithm for predicting the trajectory of an odometer moving in a given environment, by computing a distance function from the odometer’s sensor data. Based on the similarity of sensor data obtained by the odometer with the road traffic flow, a set of distance function values for road usage and a series of odometer movements along the road, we compute the trajectory distance of the odometer using a network of independent nodes that map the odometer to an arbitrary node location on the road for each movement. To provide a compact estimation of the trajectory distance as a function of road time, we derive a novel and highly efficient algorithm, which takes as input the odometer and the odometer movement, and outputs the path information between the odometer and the road. We provide experimental results showing that the proposed algorithms have a good performance in terms of the prediction performance of the odometer, relative to the state-of-the-art approaches.

We study the practical problems of Bayesian inference in the Bayesian setting and a Bayesian inference methodology. A Bayesian inference framework is described and shown to outperform the state-of-the-art baselines both in terms of accuracy and inference speed. The first task in the framework is to learn the model predictions in an approximate Bayesian environment, where the Bayesian model is used to learn a posterior distribution. This method is shown to be more general than most baselines, and is applicable to both models, and it is also applicable to both Bayesian modeling and Gaussian inference.

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Dense Learning for Robust Road Traffic Speed Prediction

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