This year AIST 2017 conference is offering a special track on the analysis of event data.
AIST is a growing conference for young researchers focused on all kinds of data analysis. The conference allows specialists present their work and discuss both theoretical and practical aspects of data analysis problems.
Monday September 19th, 2016, 16.45-18.00, Auditorium Bossa, Othon Palace Rio Hotel, Av. Atlântica, 3264 - Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 22070-001, Brazil.
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Agenda for the Annual Meeting of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining in Rio on Monday (at BPM 2016)
Dear Task Force members,
As mentioned before, the Annual Meeting of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining will take place in Rio de Janeiro on Monday September 19th 2016. The 2016 meeting starts at 16.45 in Auditorium Bossa in the Othon Palace Rio Hotel, Av. Atlântica, 3264 - Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 22070-001, Brazil. The meeting follows the BPI workshop at the BPM 2016 conference. See http://bpm2016.uniriotec.br for information on the location.
Monday August 31th, 2015, 16.00-18.00
University of Innsbruck, Universitätsstraße 15, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
About 40 people joined the annual meeting. Moreover, 60 people joined the process mining reception organized by the taskforce on Sunday.
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Annual Meeting of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining University of Innsbruck, Austria, August 31st, 2015
The Annual Meeting of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining will take place in Innsbruck on Monday August 31st after the co-located BPI workshop and as part of the BPM 2015 conference hosted by the University of Innsbruck.
See http://bpm2015.q-e.at/ for general information. Details on the agenda will follow.
The minutes of the last meeting in Eindhoven can be found here.
Process Mining Reception Sponsored by the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining on Sunday August 30th 2015
For those of you who are attending the IEEE Task Force Meeting on Process Mining in Innsbruck (see invitation below sent earlier): There will also be a Process Mining Reception sponsored by our Task Force on the evening before, Sunday August 30th, starting around 19.00. Many people are attending the BPI workshop, so it is a great opportunity to exploit the concentration of process mining experts present in Ulm and share a few free drinks together in an informal setting!!
Monday September 8th, 2014, 15.30-17.30
Eindhoven University of Technology, Blauwe Zaal, Auditorium
|Keywords:||DES identification; Workflow mining; Process discovery; Automated modelling.|
|Organisers:||M. Dotoli, Politecnico di Bari|
|E. Lopez-Mellado, CINVESTAV Unidad Guadalajara|
Automated modelling of discrete event processes from external observation of their behaviour is a research topic that received a lot of attention in the last decade. This problem has been addressed by the Discrete Event Systems (DES) and Workflow Management Systems (WMS) communities, under different names (DES Identification and Workflow mining, respectively) and approaches. Although there are several proposed approaches in each field, much remains to be done regarding efficiency of the methods and their practical application.
The aim of this special session is presenting new approaches and methods on discrete event process mining while gathering research contributions in both DES and WMS areas. This will allow fostering the discussion and exchange on common and related problems regarding both theoretical and application issues. We are encouraging submissions addressing applications and the inherent problems regarding efficiency on diverse domains (manufacturing, banking, hospital management, model verification …).