The ROAD from Sensor Data to Process Instances via Interaction Mining

@inproceedings{Senderovich2016TheRF,
  title={The ROAD from Sensor Data to Process Instances via Interaction Mining},
  author={Arik Senderovich and Andreas Rogge-Solti and Avigdor Gal and Jan Mendling and Avishai Mandelbaum},
  booktitle={CAiSE},
  year={2016}
}
Process mining is a rapidly developing field that aims at automated modeling of business processes based on data coming from event logs. In recent years, advances in tracking technologies, e.g., RealTime Locating Systems (RTLS), put forward the ability to log business process events as location sensor data. To apply process mining techniques to such sensor data, one needs to overcome an abstraction gap, because location data recordings do not relate to the process directly. In this work, we… CONTINUE READING

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