Model For Linking Between Nonconsecutively Performed Steps In A Business Process

  • Published: Apr 20, 2017
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Systems, methods, and computer programs for generating a model for linking between steps performed when executing a Business Process (BP). In one embodiment, a link example collector receives sequences of steps, each corresponding to an execution of the BP, and identifies pairs of nonconsecutively performed steps in the sequences. A sample generator module generates samples, each corresponding to a pair, which comprises one or more feature values describing properties of a link from a first step to a second step performed after the first step. A linkage model generator module generates the model based on training samples comprising: (i) positive samples generated by the sample generator module based on pairs, identified by the link example collector module, of first and second steps which were nonconsecutively performed, and (ii) negative samples generated by the sample generator module based on pairs of steps that are not nonconsecutively performed steps from the sequences.


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