UT Institute of Computer Science Graduation Theses Registry

A Web Application to Support Researchers in Predictive Process Monitoring Tasks
Name Tõnis Kasekamp
Abstract Predictive Process Monitoring aims at predicting the outcome, time or cost of an ongoing execution of a business process using past process executions recorded in event logs. In this Master's Thesis, we describe the functionality of a web application (Nirdizati Research) that can be used to find a predictive model extracted from a given event log that can be used at runtime for making predictions on ongoing cases.
Nirdizati Research allows the user to create a model to predict the remaining time, the outcome and the next activity of an ongoing process execution. The application offers various configuration options in a way that different predictive models can be rated using various techniques and methods. There are also options to compare the created prediction models using different metrics. The tool has been evaluated on an authentic event log concerning the treatment process of sepsis patients in a hospital. Furthermore, the performance of the tool has been measured using a real-life log pertaining to the application process in a financial institute.
Graduation Thesis language English
Graduation Thesis type Master - Software Engineering
Supervisor(s) Fabrizio Maria Maggi
Defence year 2018