ProM File Format: Log Skeleton (.lsk)

We explain the log skeleton .lsk format with an example. The log skeleton is shown in the figure below. For this example log skeleton, the file looks as follows: log10 activity counts,16 f,22,0,1 g,817,0,1 [],1000,1,1 d,800,0,1 e,1000,1,1 b,958,0,1 a,888,0,1 |>,1000,1,1 o,1881,1,3 m,24,0,1 j,1016,0,2 i,1868,1,2 u,112,0,1 r,89,0,1 q,2683,1,3 p,1000,1,1 transition counts,86 g,q,65 g,o,270 p,i,409 a,e,462 r,q,11 … [Read more…]

ProM Plug-in: Build Log Skeleton from Event Log

This headless plug-in allows you to construct a log skeleton from an event log. The construction algorithm will only take the “concept:name” attribute of every event into account. Name Build Log Skeleton from Event Log Package LogSkeleton Parameters XLog (event log) Returns LogSkeleton constructed for the event log

ProM Visualizer Plug-in: Log Skeleton Browser

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This plug-ins allows you to visualize a log skeleton. As an example, see the figure below. View Activities Allows you to select which activities (nodes) are shown. By default, all activities are shown. View Constraints Allows you to select which relations (arcs) are shown. By default, only the two “always” relations are shown. Use hyper … [Read more…]