Mining process models with non-free-choice constructs

  title={Mining process models with non-free-choice constructs},
  author={Lijie Wen and Wil M. P. van der Aalst and Jianmin Wang and Jia-Guang Sun},
  journal={Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery},
Process mining aims at extracting information from event logs to capture the business process as it is being executed. Process mining is particularly useful in situations where events are recorded but there is no system enforcing people to work in a particular way. Consider for example a hospital where the diagnosis and treatment activities are recorded in the hospital information system, but where health-care professionals determine the “careflow.” Many process mining approaches have been… CONTINUE READING
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