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 … [Read more…]
Using the Log Skeleton Filter and Browser as a basis, I have managed to classify 200 out of 200 traces correctly for the Process Discovery Contest 2017. The full report (including the final classsification) can be found here. Below, you will find the main log skeletons for my contribution to this contest.
Today, I have released the first version of the Log Skeleton Filter and Browser. This plug-in is a new visualizer for event logs. See below for some example visualizations. The plug-in can be installed by installing the LogSkeleton package using the ProM Package Manager of the ProM Nightly Build. After having been installed, you can … [Read more…]
To develop and run your plug-ins on your local computer, please perform the following steps: Install Eclipse IDE for Java Developers Install in this Eclipse the Subclipse and the IvyDE plugins Create a new “SVN/Checkout Projects from SVN” project, and select https://svn.win.tue.nl/repos/prom/Packages/NewPackageIvy/Trunk as the folder to check out. In the local project, you can then … [Read more…]