The Log Skeleton has been extended with how often an activity may occur in a trace. These numbers are shown in the bottom right corner for every activity. Typical values are “1” (occurs exactly once), “0..1” (may or may not occur once), and “0..x” (may happen up to x times). See below for an example. … [Read more…]
The Log Skeleton readability has been improved by merging some of the arcs and by possibly introducing hyper arcs (to avoid clutter). The figures below show the effect on the log 10 of the Process Discovery Challenge 2017. Old Log Skeleton Improved Log Skeleton Log Skeleton Browser As the computation of the hyper arcs may … [Read more…]
Using the Log Skeleton Filter and Browser as a basis, I have managed to classify 200 out of 200 traces correctly for the Process Discovery Contest 2017. The full report (including the final classsification) can be found here. Below, you will find the main log skeletons for my contribution to this contest.
Today, I have released the first version of the Log Skeleton Filter and Browser. This plug-in is a new visualizer for event logs. See below for some example visualizations. The plug-in can be installed by installing the LogSkeleton package using the ProM Package Manager of the ProM Nightly Build. After having been installed, you can … [Read more…]