IEEE CIS Task Force on Process Mining

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Slide 8: Example

Consider, for example, a [TAB]purchase-production-sales system. In this system, each part uses its own supporting [TAB]software system. Each of these systems uses its own [TAB]database, in which everything is stored and recorded. Somehow, we need to transfer the relevant recorded data to the data [TAB]scientist for analysis. We can do the transfer either in an [TAB]off-line setting, using a fixed event log, or in an [TAB] on-line setting, using an event stream.

Either way, typical [TAB]data for an event will contain information on the [TAB]corresponding case, the [TAB]id of the event, the [TAB]time the event was generated, the [TAB]activity the event refers to, the resource whose action triggered the event, and [TAB]possibly many more.