Machine Learning-based Model For Identifying Executions Of A Business Process

  • Published: Apr 20, 2017
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Described herein are systems, methods, and computer programs that may be utilized to identify a sequence corresponding to an execution of a Business Processes (BP) using a machine learning-based model of the BP generated based on sequences corresponding to previous executions of the BP by a plurality of organizations. In one embodiment, a sequence parser module receives one or more streams of steps performed during interactions with an instance of a software system, which belongs to a certain organization, and selects, from among the one or more streams, candidate sequences of steps. A feature generator module generate, for each sequence from among the candidate sequences, a plurality of feature values. And a predictor module utilizes the model to calculate, based on an input comprising the plurality of feature values generated for the sequence, a value indicative of whether the sequence corresponds to an execution of the BP.

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