de Medeiros, Ana Karla Alves; van der Aalst, Wil and Pedrinaci, Carlos
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Process mining aims at discovering new knowledge based on information hidden in event logs. Two important enablers for such analysis are powerful process mining techniques and the omnipresence of event logs in today's information systems. Most information systems supporting (structured) business processes (e.g. ERP, CRM, and workflow systems) record events in some form (e.g. transaction logs, audit trails, and database tables). Process mining techniques use event logs for all kinds of analysis, e.g., auditing, performance analysis, process discovery, etc. Although current process mining techniques/tools are quite mature, the analysis they support is somewhat limited because it is purely based on labels in logs. This means that these techniques cannot benefit from the actual semantics behind these labels which could cater for more accurate and robust analysis techniques. Existing analysis techniques are purely syntax oriented, i.e., much time is spent on filtering, translating, interpreting, and modifying event logs given a particular question. This paper presents the core building blocks necessary to enable semantic process mining techniques/tools. Although the approach is highly generic, we focus on a particular process mining technique and show how this technique can be extended and implemented in the ProM framework tool.
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|Keywords:||semantic process mining; semantics-supported business intelligence; semantic business process management; semantic auditing|
|Academic Unit/Department:||Knowledge Media Institute|
|Depositing User:||Kay Dave|
|Date Deposited:||05 Oct 2010 11:17|
|Last Modified:||23 Feb 2016 18:08|
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