This headless plug-in classifies the traces in a second log given a first log. To do so, the plug-in first constructs a log skeleton from the first (training) log using the Build Log Skeleton from Event Log plug-in, and then filters the second (calibration or test) log using the constructed log skeleton using the Filter Event Log on Log Skeleton plug-in. The resulting log contains the traces that agreed with the log skeleton and were hence were classified positive.

Name | Classify Test Log using Log Skeleton |
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Package | LogSkeleton |

Parameters | XLog (first log), XLog (second log) |

Returns | XLog containing the traces from the second log that agree with the log skeleton constructed for the first log. |

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