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Xes log data for industrial process
I want to generate *.xes log data out of a simulation to get a better insight into the simulated production process.
My production process consists out of jobs, tasks, and machines.
To log the data in *.xes format each job is a trace and each task in the job is an event.
Currently, I use the org extension in *.xes and write the machine as a org:resource in each event.
For each event, I have a start and complete event (lifecycle:transition).
Additionally, I added a cost attribute from the cost extension for each event.
The goal in process discovery is now to find the machines with high costs and long processing times.
When I use the inductive visual miner and group by resource, I am able to find machines with long processing times.
However, I am not sure how I would be able to highlight the costs in this process.
The question now are:
- How can I save the costs in the xes to highlight them in the process discovery?
- Is there somewhere an overview of what ProM plugin uses which XML attributes (e.g. if I use the Id extension for events, how do I pass this information to the ProM plugins?
- What plugins are typically used to highlight specific attributes in the discovery phase?