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We present a novel approach to representing and recognizing composite video events. A composite event is specified by a scenario, which is based on primitive events and their temporal-logical relations, to constrain the arrangements of the primitive events in the composite event. We propose a new scenario description method to represent composite events fluently and efficiently. A composite event is recognized by a constrained optimization algorithm whose constraints are defined by thedoi:10.1109/cvpr.2011.5995435 dblp:conf/cvpr/KwakHH11 fatcat:lue4pfutpfdino3q35tywzz6oq