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Graph or Relational Databases: A Speed Comparison for Process Mining Algorithm

@article{Joishi2016GraphOR,
  title={Graph or Relational Databases: A Speed Comparison for Process Mining Algorithm},
  author={Jeevan Joishi and Ashish Sureka},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1701.00072}
}
Process-Aware Information System (PAIS) are IT systems that manages, supports business processes and generate large event logs from execution of business processes. [] Key Method We implement Similar-Task and Sub-Contract algorithms on relational and NoSQL (graph-oriented) databases using only query language constructs. We conduct empirical analysis on a large real world data set to compare the performance of row-oriented database and NoSQL graph-oriented database. We benchmark performance factors like query…

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