Process Mining in Industry
Process mining is a set of analysis techniques that provides a databased overview of how business processes are actually executed. In order to use process mining techniques the data about the business process execution has to be recorded into a chronological sequence of activities called event logs. It is a quite young research area and has not yet been widely adapted by the industry. However,more and more research is being produced in the field. In this paper a systematic literature review was conducted to identify all the different process mining techniques that have been tested on reallife logs. This review was used as an input to a survey among industry representatives to understand how useful each process mining technique is considered from the perspective of the industry. The target group of the survey were industry representatives in Estonia, who were compared with industry representatives from around the world.
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Master - Software Engineering
Frederik Payman Milani, Fabrizio Maria Maggi