Coupled Hidden Markov Model for Process Mining of Invisible Prime Tasks

@inproceedings{Sarno2016CoupledHM,
  title={Coupled Hidden Markov Model for Process Mining of Invisible Prime Tasks},
  author={Riyanarto Sarno and Kelly Rossa Sungkono},
  year={2016}
}
Process mining provides process improvement in a variety of application domains. A primary focus of process mining is transferring information from event logs into process model. One of the issues of process mining is dealing with invisible prime tasks. An invisible prime task is an additional task in the process model to assist in showing real processes. However, a few of algorithm solves the issue. This research proposes an algorithm for dealing with invisible prime tasks. The proposed… CONTINUE READING

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