The multi-perspective process explorer

Conference Contribution

Mannhardt, F., de Leoni, M. & Reijers, H.A. (2015). The multi-perspective process explorer. In F. Daniel & S. Zugal (Eds.), Proceedings of the Demo Session of the 13th International Conference on Business Process Management (BPM 2015, Innsbruck, Austria, August 31-September 3, 2015) (pp. 130-134). (CEUR Workshop Proceedings, No. 1418). s.l.: s.n.. In Scopus Cited 8 times. Read more: Medialink/Full text



Organizations use process mining techniques to analyze event data recorded by their information systems. Multi-perspective process mining techniques make use of data attributes attached to events to analyze processes from multiple perspectives. Applying those multi-perspective process mining techniques in practice is a laborious task when the event data contains a large number of attributes and many different trace variants. Tools that facilitate the usage of these techniques in practical settings are missing. We describe the Multi-perspective Process Explorer as a new tool that integrates current multi-perspective process mining techniques for discovery and conformance checking. It supports common tasks in multi-perspective process mining, and aims to reduce the time needed to explore event data.