8:45 – 10:15
Presenter: Massimiliano de Leoni, University of Padua, Italy
Process models have a descriptive or prescriptive nature to respectively discuss them with stakeholders, or to define how process’ instances must be executed. Models thus need to (1) precisely describe what allowed and disallowed, and (2) only enable behaviour that ensures better process’ outcomes and higher normative compliance. This talk introduces techniques to enhance models and achieve the two goals.
swapped from Tuesday to Wednesday
Data Preprocessing II: A Practitioner’s View on Process Mining Adoption, Event Log Engineering and Data
Presenter: Rafael Accorsi, Accenture Switzerland, Zurich, Switzerland & Julian Lebherz, A.P. Møller-Mærsk, Copenhagen, Denmark
Taking a practitioner’s view on process mining, we reflect on its adoption and illustrate the challenges of log construction (exemplarily for an SAP-based order to cash process). We discuss a set of best practices regarding data selection, extraction, transformation, and data model engineering, all of which have been proven in large-scale process mining projects.
Hike to the Dreiländereck
Starting @ SuperC, Templergraben 57, 52062 Aachen
19:00 – 01:00
Centre Charlemagne, Katschhof 1, 52062 Aachen