Trajectory Interception Classification for Prediction of Collision Scope between Moving Objects

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B. Uma Mahesh Babu
K. Giri Babu
Krishna B. T.


In the fields of autonomous navigation and vehicle safety, accurately predicting potential collision field points between moving objects is a significant challenge. A novel computing technique to enhance trajectory interception analysis is presented in this paper. Our objective is to develop a field model that can accurately forecast collision zones, improving road transportation safety and the use of autonomous cars. Our main contribution is a binary classification model called PCSMO (Prediction of Collision Scope between Moving Objects), which is based on zero-shot learning. Gann angles, which are typically 45 degrees, are used to analyze the trajectories of moving objects. This method is inspired by GANN (Gann Angle Numeric Nomenclature). Compared to earlier techniques, this model more accurately identifies potential collision collision interception zones. The technique computes Gann angles for trajectory analysis and extracts GPS coordinates of moving objects from video data using OpenCV. It offers a more sophisticated comprehension of object movement patterns and points of interception. To assess the precision, recall, F1-score, and prediction accuracy of our model, we employ 10-fold cross-validation. Comparing the PCSMO model to existing models, these metrics demonstrate how well the PCSMO model predicts potential collision zones. Our approach, we discovered, enhances trajectory analysis—a critical component of safer autonomous navigation systems. With potential applications in autonomous vehicle and UAV safety, the PCSMO model improves field interception classification.

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Special Issue - Soft Computing & Artificial Intelligence for wire/wireless Human-Machine Interface Systems