New Plug-in: Replay using Recomposition

A new plug-in has been added to the Divide-and-Conquer framework: The “Replay using Recomposition” plug-in. Initially, this plug-in is similar to the “Replay with Decomposition” plug-in, but it does not stop there. Where the “Replay with Decomposition” plug-in stops after having done the decomposed replay, the “Replay with Recomposition” possibly continues to improve on the … [Read more…]

SoSyM Most Influential Regular Paper Award

On October 6, 2016, the paper titled Process Mining: A Two-step Approach to Balance Between Underfitting and Overfitting by W. M. P. van der Aalst, V. Rubin, H. M. W. Verbeek, B. F. van Dongen, E. Kindler, and C. W. G√ľnther, has received the Software Systems and Modeling Most Influential Regular Paper award In Saint-Malo, … [Read more…]

Ivy-fying ProM packages

The ProM framework now uses Ivy to resolve dependencies on other libraries. As the ProM packages already could use Ivy for inter-package and library dependencies, we can now use Ivy for all dependencies in ProM. The following two documents can help a ProM package developer to start using Ivy for his or her package, and … [Read more…]

Updated Divide and Conquer framework

The Divide and Conquer framework (for decomposed discovery and decomposed replay) now also supports a move-on-model activity. A transition that is mapped to this activity will always result in a visible move-on-model in the replayer, like a transition that is mapped to the invisible activity will always result in an invisible move-on-model. The difference between … [Read more…]

Updated ProM import handling

The handling of importing files (be it either through the Import button or by dragging-and-dropping) has been changed. The import of a file contains two parts; a configuration part and a part that actually does the configured import. The configuration part is required by some files, as some file extension can be imported by multiple … [Read more…]