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Process mining aims to discover, enhance or check the conformance of activity-oriented process models from event logs. A new field of research, called intention mining, recently emerged. This field has the same objectives as process mining but specifically addresses intentional process models (processes focused on the reasoning behind the activities). This(More)
Research on guidance and method engineering has highlighted that many method engineering issues, such as lack of flexibility or adaptation, are solved more effectively when intentions are explicitly specified. However, software engineering process models are most often described in terms of sequences of activities. This paper presents a novel approach,(More)
— Since several decades, discovering process models is a subject of interest in the Information System (IS) community. Approaches have been proposed to recover process models, based on the recorded sequential tasks (traces) done by IS's actors. However, these approaches only focused on activities and the process models identified are, in consequence,(More)
—Map formalism allows specifying processes with a high level of variability. However, this means many variation points, and therefore we need guidance to enact maps by customizing them. Traditional guidance consists in raising decision points to navigate in a map. The limit is that many decision points are raised at the same time, and the user (who enacts(More)
Several process metamodels exist. Each of them presents a different viewpoint of the same information systems engineering process. However, there are no existing correspondences between them. We propose a method to build unified, fitted and multi-viewpoint process metamodels for information systems engineering. Our method is based on a process domain(More)
There are many different process meta-models that offer different viewpoints of a same process: activity oriented, product oriented, decision oriented, context oriented and strategy oriented. However, the complementarity between their concepts is not explicit and there is no consensus about the concepts themselves. This problem leads to inadequate process(More)
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