Modeling is not Just for Supermodels

Presentation I’ll give next Monday.  I went for a title which is catchy, but in the end turned out to not really have anything to do with the contents.  Then again, “Stuff about CPN Tools and Declare and Operational Support and How They All Fit Together and What I Did the Last Couple Months and […]

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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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Cost-Effective Testing of Operational Support Algorithms Using CP-nets

Presentation I’m going to give at the Petri Nets conference Friday next week. Be there or be two right isosceles triangles glued together at the hypothenuse. (The slides are subject to minor changes; changes will be applied to the embedded version without further notice.) MichaelTime person of the year 2006, Nobel Peace Prize winner 2012. […]

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New Amazing Operational Support Provider

I just developed a new amazing operational support provider.  It is inspired by recent e-mail correspondence and works much like the drunk monkey provider, except it has another name: 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 […]

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Play-in/Play-out of Business Processes using Adaptive Operational Support and NAWL

Behind the abstract-like header is something really cool: Using NAWL and a revised version of the standard operational support in ProM, it is possible to build a process-aware system without ever talking about models.  You just load a historical execution or even just start using the tool without any seeding.  You will get a list […]

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