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Discovery of Process Models from Data and Domain Knowledge: A Rough-Granular Approach

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Discovery of Process Models from Data and Domain Knowledge: A Rough-Granular Approach
The rapid expansion of the Internet has resulted not only in the ever-growing amount of data stored therein, but also in the burgeoning complexity of the concepts and phenomena pertaining to those data. This issue has been vividly compared by the renowned statistician, J.F. Friedman[20] of Stanford University, to the advances in human mobility from the period of walking afoot to the era of jet travel. These essential changes in data have brought about new challenges to the development of new data mining methods, especially the treatment of these data which increasingly involves complex processes that elude classic modeling paradigms. “Hot” datasets like biomedical, financial or net user behavior data are just a few examples. Mining such temporal or stream data is on the agenda of many research centers and companies worldwide (see, e.g., [64, 1]). In the data mining community, there is a rapidly growing interest in developing methods for process mining, e.g., for discovery of struc...
Andrzej Skowron
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Year 2007
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Authors Andrzej Skowron
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