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convert to petri net using regions

hameedehameede Posts: 4
Hello!
when I use the plugin (convert to petri net using regions) within prom6.11 to convert transition system(with options: not limit collection size, not limit transition size) . it does not output any thing and the processing continue run for ever. as it is shown in the attach of the screen shoot for the processing




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Comments

  • hverbeekhverbeek Posts: 864

    The conversion from a transition system to a Petri net using regions is extremely bad in complexity. As a result, this may run for a very very very long time. Basically, this will only work (read: finish) for simple transition systems.

    Kind regards,
    Eric.


  • hameedehameede Posts: 4
    thank you @hverbeek ;
    OK,  So what is the best action to apply "region-based" miner to get petri net from an event log.
  • hverbeekhverbeek Posts: 864

    Perhaps it would be worthwhile to have a look at ProM 5.2 for this purpose. ProM 5.2 contains the petrify tool which may just be able to do what you want. Or use petrify as a standalone tool. ProM 5.2 can export a transition system to a .sg (I believe) file, that can be imported by petrify. Petrify then does its thing and exports a Petri net file, which can be imported by ProM again. After having installed ProM 5.2, please look at the lib/plugins/Petrify folder for the tool. ProM 6 has no export to .sg files.

    Kind regards,
    Eric.
  • hameedehameede Posts: 4
    thank you @hverbeek for your patient,
    if there a source of Prom 5.2 windows version but not from Sourceforge.com

  • hverbeekhverbeek Posts: 864

    You can download ProM 5.2 with the sources from https://sourceforge.net/projects/prom/files/ProM/5.2/ProM-5.2-source.tar.gz/download. We do not have the sources publicly available in another way.

    Kind regards,
    Eric.

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