Semantic-Based Process Analysis

author: Mauro Dragoni, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
published: Dec. 19, 2014,   recorded: October 2014,   views: 1881


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The widespread adoption of Information Technology systems and their capability to trace data about process executions has made available Information Technology data for the analysis of process executions. Meanwhile, at business level, static and procedural knowledge, which can be exploited to analyze and reason on data, is often available. In this paper we aim at providing an approach that, combining static and procedural aspects, business and data levels and exploiting semantic-based techniques allows business analysts to infer knowledge and use it to analyze system executions. The proposed solution has been implemented using current scalable Semantic Web technologies, that offer the possibility to keep the advantages of semantic-based reasoning with non-trivial quantities of data.

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