Text-Aware Predictive Monitoring of Business Processes

@article{Pegoraro2021TextAwarePM,
  title={Text-Aware Predictive Monitoring of Business Processes},
  author={Marco Pegoraro and Merih Seran Uysal and David Benedikt Georgi and Wil M.P. van der Aalst},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2104.09962}
}
The real-time prediction of business processes using historical event data is an important capability of modern business process monitoring systems. Existing process prediction methods are able to also exploit the data perspective of recorded events, in addition to the control-flow perspective. However, while well-structured numerical or categorical attributes are considered in many prediction techniques, almost no technique is able to utilize text documents written in natural language, which… 

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