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…]
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. Günther, has received the Software Systems and Modeling Most Influential Regular Paper award In Saint-Malo, … [Read more…]
With 193 correct classifications out of 200, our DrFurby Classifier has won the Process Discovery Contest @ BPM 2016! See also our BPM Center Report BPM-16-08 on the DrFurby Classifier.
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…]
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…]
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…]