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Application of process mining in software testing
My current research involves in using the ProM results as a base to create the model for software testing. I am trying to convert the design oriented ProM result into a more structure oriented result like csv or json which can then be easily converted to a software test model. I do understand that such conversions are not available currently. Since my knowledge in java is very limited I aim to build this outside of ProM. But would definitely appreciate any help in understanding the workings of ProM. I am very new to the field of process mining and it is nearly impossible to gain the required knowledge from literature as the thesis period is just 3 months.
My first step is to arrive at a good model from ProM. So far I have used the GUI of proM 6.7 for this. I am hoping to generate models with 3 plugins - Alpha, Heuristic and ETM. Also, I am using the convert to XES plugin for the conversion of my csv log.
When I try using Alpha miner on the converted XES log, miner runs without error, but visualization throws an error,
Start plug-in @0
Visualize Petri net
-------- The following exception was logged by the framework:
The exception was probalby handled properly.
I am not sure how to proceed as I am new to ProM and Java. Any help or guidance would be deeply appreciated.
Thanks & Regards,