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XES Working Group News

October 13, 2017

XES Certification for ProM 6.7 approved

On October 13, 2017, the XES WG has approved the requested XES Certification (Levels A-D and X for both import and export) for ProM 6.7. This makes ProM 6.7 the first tool that has received a XES Certification from the XES WG.

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September 22, 2017

XES software event extension approved

On September 22, 2017, the XES WG has approved the XES software event extension. This extension is now considered to be one of the standard XES extension.

July 20, 2017

XES Certification proposal accepted by XES WG

On July 19, 2017, the XES WG has approved of the XES Certification proposal v2. As a result, we can now start checking the certification levels of the tools that support XES. Based on this certification, it will be clear whether XES files can be successfully transferred between these tools.

The figure above is the main figure in this proposal. It shows the four different levels of certification.

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November 15, 2016

Press release: The XES Standard for Exchanging Event Logs Approved by IEEE SA

By Wil van der Aalst and Eric Verbeek
November 24, 2016

Eindhoven, The Netherlands – On November 11th, 2016, the IEEE Standards Association has officially published the XES Standard as IEEE Std 1849TM-2016: IEEE Standard for eXtensible Event Stream (XES) for Achieving Interopability in Event Logs and Event Streams. The IEEE Task Force on Process Mining has been driving the standardization process for over six years, because the standard allows for the exchange of event data between different process mining tools.

Through the XES Standard, event data can be transported from the location where it was generated to the location where it can be stored and analyzed, without losing semantics. The XES Standard enforces that this transport and storage is done in a standardized way, that is, in a way that is clear and well-understood. Next to providing a standardized syntax and semantics, the XES Standard also allows for extensions, e.g., adding cost information or domain specific attributes to events.

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September 22, 2016

Version D03 of the XES Standard Proposal has been approved by the IEEE-SA Standards Board


NEW P1849 (CIS/SC) IEEE Draft Standard for XES - eXtensible Event Stream - For Achieving Interoperability in Event Logs and Event Streams

was approved as a new standard by the IEEE-SA Standards Board on 22 September 2016. A copy of the document will be forwarded to the Standards Publications Department. The editor assigned to work on the project will contact the XES WG.

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July 19, 2016

Version D03 of the XES Standard Proposal is on the September 19 RevCom agenda

The recirc is done, no new comments have been received, and no votes have been changed. As a result, the comments that resulted from the ballot have now been dealt with, and the resulting version (D03) has been put on the agenda of the next RevCom meeting, which is on September 19.

June 27, 2016

Recirculation of the XES Standard Proposal

On June 27, 2016, a recirculation of the the XES Standard Proposal was initiated. This recirculation was necessary because we needed to incorporate one of the comments that resulted from the ballot. This comment stated that for a Standard Proposal the use of local times in tiemstamps is undesirable, instead, a Standard Proposal should use UTC times in timestamps. This has been acknowledged and incorporated into version D03 of the XES Standard Proposal.

March 18, 2016

Voting is done for the XES Standards Proposal

On March 18th, the ballot for the current XES Standard Proposal was closed. Response rate is 95%, there is one abstention, and the approval rate is 100%.

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March 4, 2016

Voting thresholds are reached for the XES Standard Proposal

On March 4th, the response rate was 77%, and the approval rate 100%. This means that in the end both will be above 75%, which means that both thresholds will be reached.

February 17, 2016

Time to vote for the XES Standard Proposal

As per February 12, 2016, the balloting group was closed. As per February 16, 2016, the ballot has opened. As a result, the members of the balloting group can now cast their vote on the current XES Standard Proposal. The ballot will close as per March 17, 2016.

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January 26, 2016

Time to join the balloting group for the XES standard

We are completing the standardisation process for XES (IEEE 1849), the second standard sponsored by IEEE CIS. At this time, it is necessary that people from our community vote about the approval of this standard. As a consequence, I would like to ask you if you are interested in acting as voter.

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January 21, 2016

XES micro extension approved

On January 17, 2016, the XES WG has approved the XES micro extension. This extension is now considered to be one of the standard XES extension.

December 2, 2015

XES Standardization Proposal submitted for Mandatory Editorial Coordination

On December 1st, revision 10 of the XES Standards Proposal was approved by the IEEE XES WG. This revison was updated into revision 11 (the month in the header was updated), which has been submitted on December 2nd for Mandatory Editorial Coordination (MEC).

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October 26, 2015

First round for XES micro extension proposal

On October 26, 2015, the first round for the XES micro extension proposal has started. The planning for this proposal is as follows:

October 26 - November 8 First round for comments
November 9 - November 22 Second round for comments
November 23 - December 6 Round for approval

If approved, the micro extension will be added to the then-current XES Standard Proposal, which will then be send to the IEEE CIS for ballot.

October 2, 2015

Second internal round in the XES standardization process

A second internal draft for the XES Standard Proposal is ready. In October, there will be the last internal round for comments on this proposal. In November, there will be an internal round for approval of the Proposal. The resulting internal Proposal will then be promoted to the first external Proposal, which will be submitted to the IEEE CIS in December.

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