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RT-PLG: Real Time Process Log Generator

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Streaming process mining has been rising as an emergent tool to analyze industrial practices. Obviously, the advance of streaming process mining requires the availability of a suite of real-world business processes and the execution logs in the real time manner. Literally, it is hard to obtain it. This paper aims to develop a real time process log generator for the usage of streaming process mining tool. The real time process log generator (RT-PLG) is constructed in an independent tool. Afterward, the RT-PLG is utilized to generate a synthetic log for streaming process mining. The tool has been evaluated using an existing simulation model.


  • Streaming process mining
  • Process log generator
  • Real time system

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Yahya, B.N., Khosiawan, Y., Choi, W., Do, N.A.D. (2016). RT-PLG: Real Time Process Log Generator. In: Świątek, J., Borzemski, L., Grzech, A., Wilimowska, Z. (eds) Information Systems Architecture and Technology: Proceedings of 36th International Conference on Information Systems Architecture and Technology – ISAT 2015 – Part III. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 431. Springer, Cham.

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