Provided by: Springer Healthcare
Date Added: Feb 2006
Originally the ProM framework was developed as a platform for process mining, i.e., extracting process models from event logs. However, in recent years the scope of the framework has become broader and now includes process verification, social network analysis, conformance checking, verification based on temporal logic, etc. Moreover, the framework supports a wide variety of process models, e.g., Petri nets, Event-driven Process Chains (EPCs), Heuristics nets, YAWL models, etc. and is plug-able, i.e., people can add plug-ins without changing the framework itself. This makes the ProM framework an interesting environment for model interoperability.