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    Rights statement: (c) Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015 W. Abramowicz (Ed.): BIS 2015, LNBIP 208, pp. 115–126, 2015. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-19027-3_10

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Evaluation of the dynamic construct competition miner for an eHealth system

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Publication date2015
Host publicationBusiness Information Systems : 18th International Conference, BIS 2015, Poznań, Poland, June 24-26, 2015, Proceedings
EditorsWitold Abramowicz
Place of PublicationCham
Number of pages12
ISBN (electronic)9783319190273
ISBN (print)9783319190266
<mark>Original language</mark>English

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NameLecture Notes in Business Information Processing
ISSN (Print)1865-1348


Business processes of some domains are highly dynamic and increasingly complex due to their dependencies on a multitude of services provided by various providers. The quality of services directly impacts the business process’s efficiency. A first prerequisite for any optimization initiative requires a better understanding of the deployed business processes. However, the business processes are either not documented at all or are only poorly documented. Since the actual behaviour of the business processes and underlying services can change over time it is required to detect the dynamically changing behaviour in order to carry out correct analyses. This paper presents and evaluates the integration of the Dynamic Construct Competition Miner (DCCM) as process monitor in the TIMBUS architecture. The DCCM discovers business processes and recognizes changes directly from an event stream at run-time. The evaluation is carried out in the context of an industrial use-case from the eHealth domain. We will describe the key aspects of the use-case and the DCCM as well as present the relevant evaluation results.