Process mining book

Many IT systems end up producing logs of events. These logs can be analyzed.

There is a new book by a very well know workflow researcher: Wil M.P. van der Aalst.

Highlights (taken from Springer site)

  1. First book on process mining, bridging the gap between business process modeling and business intelligence.
  2. Written by one of the most influential and most-cited computer scientists and the best-known BPM researcher.
  3. Self-contained and comprehensive overview for a broad audience in academia and industry.
  4. The reader can put process mining into practice immediately due to the applicability of the techniques and the availability of the open-source process mining software ProM.

Here are the links to the book:

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