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CCaaS: Online conformance checking as a service


Ingo Weber, Andreas Rogge-Solti, Chao Li and Jan Mendling



Wirtschaftsuniversitaet Wien


Conformance checking, a method of process mining, is commonly used to assess how well a set of historic log traces fits a given process model, or vice versa. Here we explore online conformance checking, i.e., to check conformance on logs as they are written. This can be useful for near-realtime detection of errors and deviance from the desired path. While the online aspect leads to some challenges, we also study efficient detection of timing anomalies and violations of numerical invariants. The approach is implemented in CCaaS, a RESTful service that detects unfit events and other errors in split seconds.

BibTeX Entry

    author           = {Weber, Ingo and Rogge-Solti, Andreas and Li, Chao and Mendling, Jan},
    month            = aug,
    year             = {2015},
    keywords         = {bpm, process mining, live conformance checking, error detection},
    address          = {Innsbruck, Austria},
    title            = {{CCaaS}: Online Conformance Checking as a Service},
    pages            = {45--49},
    booktitle        = {International Conference on Business Process Management, Demo Track}


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