Process discovery and exploration

Conference Contribution

Leemans, S.J.J. (2015). Process discovery and exploration. In J. Mendling & F. Fournier (Eds.), Business Process Management Workshops (BPM 2014 International Workshops, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, September 7-8, 2014, Revised Papers) (pp. 582-585). (Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, No. 202). Berlin: Springer. In Scopus Cited 0 times.

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Abstract

 

Process mining, and in particular process discovery, have gained traction as a technique for analysing actual process executions from event data recorded in event logs. Process discovery aims to automatically derive a model of the process. Current process discovery techniques either do not provide executable semantics, do not guarantee to return models without deadlocks, or do not achieve a right balance between quality criteria.