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Problem with a petri net created in WoPeD for conformance checking
Hi, I am trying to do conformance checking in ProM 6.8 using the multi-perspective process explorer (MPE) plugin.
I have created a sound petri net model using WoPeD. I have imported the .pnml file into ProM and unpacked the accepting petri net. When I replay my event log data over my model the average fitness within the MPE is 3.6%. This is because all the un-named transitions (that should be silent) have 0% fitness.
This is a problem with the petri net model created in WoPeD, as previously I created a petri net model using a csv file. This was difficult as it had errors that I needed to correct by first creating a process tree, then editing it. I converted the process tree to a petri net. I then edited the petri net file to redirect two of the arcs. This was not a neat solution, though the resulting petri net was correct and I was able to use it for conformance checking. When replaying the data I got 98.5% average fitness.
I could just use the model created from the csv file, though it is for my PhD and I would like a neater solution using WoPeD.
If anybody could help it would be appreciated.