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"NaN" in Replay a Log on PetriNet for Conformance/Performance Checking
edited May 23
I have been trying to find the bottlenecks in the processes that take place in the ICU in hospitals. However, for some process, I get "NaN" instead of the time it takes for that process. Does anyone know the cause of this and how to solve it?
Post edited by PriyaNaguine on
NaN means "Not a Number". Somehow, the computation of the time it takes for the process fails to produce a number. This can, for example, be caused by missing timestamps, or perhaps a division by zero somewhere along the computation. I would try to isolate a single case (trace) for which the plugin gives you this NaN result, and then (manually) check the timestamps for this case. This may provide you with a hint why you get this NaN result.
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