Process Mining Week 8: Assignment

This week I go thru the assignment, showing what I could get out of the log, and interesting student findings. Exercises: MichaelTime person of the year 2006, Nobel Peace Prize winner 2012. westergaard.eu/Is Blockchain Ready for the Enterprise?Michael’s Magical Bucket AnalogyCovid Vaccine MortalitySet your Author Custom HTML Tab Content on your Profile page […]

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Process Mining Week 7: Operational Support and Recommendations

This week is about advanced operational support and recommendations. Exercises: MichaelTime person of the year 2006, Nobel Peace Prize winner 2012. westergaard.eu/Is Blockchain Ready for the Enterprise?Michael’s Magical Bucket AnalogyCovid Vaccine MortalitySet your Author Custom HTML Tab Content on your Profile page […]

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Process Mining Week 6: Operational Support and Declare Monitoring

This week is about simple operational support. Exercises: MichaelTime person of the year 2006, Nobel Peace Prize winner 2012. westergaard.eu/Is Blockchain Ready for the Enterprise?Michael’s Magical Bucket AnalogyCovid Vaccine MortalitySet your Author Custom HTML Tab Content on your Profile page […]

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Process Mining Week 5: Auditing and Conformance Checking

In this week we look at conformance checking using replay. Exercises: MichaelTime person of the year 2006, Nobel Peace Prize winner 2012. westergaard.eu/Is Blockchain Ready for the Enterprise?Michael’s Magical Bucket AnalogyCovid Vaccine MortalitySet your Author Custom HTML Tab Content on your Profile page […]

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Process Mining Week 4: Declarative Models and Mining

This week is about Declare and mining of Declare models. Exercises for this week mostly concern getting started with the assignment but also trying out Declare. MichaelTime person of the year 2006, Nobel Peace Prize winner 2012. westergaard.eu/Is Blockchain Ready for the Enterprise?Michael’s Magical Bucket AnalogyCovid Vaccine MortalitySet your Author Custom HTML Tab Content on […]

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Process Mining Week 3: Representational Bias, Transition Systems, and Causal Nets

This week is about representational bias.  To illustrate what changing representation, we present the representations transition systems and causal nets, and indicate an algorithm for discovering transition systems and a heuristics miner for discovering causal nets. These slides are based on Wil’s slides from processmining.org/book/start. Exercises: Slides on the assignment handed out this week: MichaelTime […]

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