Process Mining Versus Intention Mining

Abstract : Process mining aims to discover, enhance or check the conformance of activity oriented process models from event logs. A new field of research, called intention mining, recently emerged. This new field has the same objectives than process mining but specifically addresses intentional process models. This paper aims to highlight the differences between these two fields of research and illustrates the use of mining techniques on a dataset of event logs, to discover an activity process model as well as an intentional process model.
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Selmin Nurcan and Henderik A. Proper and Pnina Soffer and John Krogstie and Rainer Schmidt and Terry Halpin and Ilia Bider. EMMSAD 2013, Jun 2013, Valencia, Spain. Springer, 147, pp.466-480, 2013, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing. 〈10.1007/978-3-642-38484-4_33〉
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Ghazaleh Khodabandelou, Charlotte Hug, Rebecca Deneckere, Camille Salinesi. Process Mining Versus Intention Mining. Selmin Nurcan and Henderik A. Proper and Pnina Soffer and John Krogstie and Rainer Schmidt and Terry Halpin and Ilia Bider. EMMSAD 2013, Jun 2013, Valencia, Spain. Springer, 147, pp.466-480, 2013, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing. 〈10.1007/978-3-642-38484-4_33〉. 〈hal-00803968〉

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