Alignment-based conformance checking of hierarchical process models

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Qi, M., Wang, L, Han, X., Wang, K. and Lu, P. 2023. Alignment-based conformance checking of hierarchical process models. Computing and Informatics.
AuthorsQi, M., Wang, L, Han, X., Wang, K. and Lu, P.
Abstract

Process mining has received much attention in the field of business pro cess management. Event logs that are generated from information systems can be correlated with the process models for conformance checking. The process models describe event activities at an abstraction level. However, hierarchical business pro cesses, as a kind of typical complex process scenario, describe sub-processes invoca tion and multi-instantiation patterns. As existing conformance checking approaches cannot identify sub-processes within hierarchical process models. They cannot be used for conformance checking of hierarchical process models. To handle this limi tation, a definition of hierarchically alignment sequences is presented in this paper. Meanwhile, a novel conformance checking approach for hierarchical process models and event logs is proposed. The proposed method has been implemented within the ProM toolkit, which is an open-source process mining software. To evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed approach, both artificial and real-world event logs are utilized in a comparative analysis against existing state-of-the-art approaches.

KeywordsHierarchical process models ; Petri nets; Event logs; Hierarchical alignment trees; Conformance checking
Year2023
JournalComputing and Informatics
PublisherSlovak Academy of Sciences
ISSN1335-9150
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Deposited30 Aug 2023
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