Process Discovery Using Integer Linear Programming

@inproceedings{Werf2008ProcessDU,
  title={Process Discovery Using Integer Linear Programming},
  author={Jan Martijn E. M. van der Werf and Boudewijn F. van Dongen and Cor A. J. Hurkens and Alexander Serebrenik},
  booktitle={Petri Nets},
  year={2008}
}
The research domain of process discovery aims at constructing a process model (e.g. a Petri net) which is an abstract representation of an execution log. Such a Petri net should (1) be able to reproduce the log under consideration and (2) be independent of the number of cases in the log. In this paper, we present a process discovery algorithm where we use concepts taken from the language-based theory of regions, a wellknown Petri net research area. We identify a number of shortcomings of this… CONTINUE READING
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