Provided by: Springer Healthcare
Topic: Big Data
Date Added: Mar 2012
Only recently, process mining techniques emerged that can be used for Operational decision Support (OS), i.e., knowledge extracted from event logs is used to handle running process instances better. In the process mining tool ProM, a generic OS service has been developed that allows ProM to dynamically interact with an external information system, receiving streams of events and returning meaningful insights on the running process instances. In this paper, the authors present the implementation of a novel business constraints monitoring framework on top of the ProM OS service.