Top-10 ProM plug-ins August 2018

This bar chart shows the top-10 plug-ins based on their runs as registered by Google Analytics. These registrations by Google Analytics can be enabled (or disabled) using the Package Manager of either ProM 6.7 (or better) or a recent ProM Nightly Build.

First mirror for ProM Nightly Build package repository

A first mirror has been set up for the package repository of the ProM Nightly Build. As of old, this package repository has been located at http://www.promtools.org/prom6/packages/packages.xml (TU/e, Eindhoven, The Netherlands), but now it can also be found at http://sefmining01.qut.edu.au/Packages/packages.xml (QUT, Brisbane, Australia). As a result, users can now choose which repository to use, by … [Read more…]

OpenXES 2.25 released

On August 10, 2018, version 2.25 of OpenXES has been released. This version of OpenXES solves an issue with list attributes. This new version of OpenXES is available in the ProM Nightly Build as of August 11, 2018 (as of version 6.9.370 of the Log package).

Paper titled “Incremental Synthesis Rules Computation for Free-Choice Petri nets” has been accepted for publication in FACS 2018

P. M. Dixit, H. M. W. Verbeek, and W. M. P. van der Aalst, “Incremental synthesis rules computation for free-choice petri nets,” in FACS 2018 proceedings, 2018. [Bibtex] @Conference{Dixit18c, Title = {Incremental Synthesis Rules Computation for Free-Choice Petri nets}, Author = {Dixit, P. M. and Verbeek, H. M. W. and Aalst, W. M. P. van … [Read more…]

Top-10 ProM plug-ins July 2018

This bar chart shows the top-10 plug-ins based on their runs as registered by Google Analytics. These registrations by Google Analytics can be enabled (or disabled) using the Package Manager of either ProM 6.7 (or better) or a recent ProM Nightly Build.

ProM Lite 1.3-alpha released

Yesterday, ProM Lite 1.3-alpha has been released. Details (including downloads) can be found on the ProM trac site. ProM Lite 1.3 will be the first ProM release that allows the user to use multiple ProM pacakage repositories. When starting, ProM will determine which repository reacts the fastest, and will use that repository for the remainder … [Read more…]