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Slice, mine and dice: Complexity-aware automated discovery of business process models

CC Ekanayake, M Dumas, L García-Bañuelos, M La Rosa

Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) | Published : 2013


Automated process discovery techniques aim at extracting models from information system logs in order to shed light into the business processes supported by these systems. Existing techniques in this space are effective when applied to relatively small or regular logs, but otherwise generate large and spaghetti-like models. In previous work, trace clustering has been applied in an attempt to reduce the size and complexity of automatically discovered process models. The idea is to split the log into clusters and to discover one model per cluster. The result is a collection of process models - each one representing a variant of the business process - as opposed to an all-encompassing model. St..

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