TAGER: Transition-Labeled Graph Edit Distance Similarity Measure on Process Models

@inproceedings{Wang2014TAGERTG,
  title={TAGER: Transition-Labeled Graph Edit Distance Similarity Measure on Process Models},
  author={Zixuan Wang and Lijie Wen and Jianmin Wang and Shuhao Wang},
  booktitle={OTM Conferences},
  year={2014}
}
Although several approaches have been proposed to compute the similarity between process models, they have various limitations. We propose an approach named TAGER (Transition-lAbeled Graph Edit distance similarity MeasuRe) to compute the similarity based on the edit distance between coverability graphs. As the coverability graph represents the behavior of a Petri net well, TAGER, based on it, has a high precise computation. Besides, the T-labeled graphs (an isomorphic graph of the coverability… 

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