Crowd-based Patterns For Identifying Executions Of Business Processes

  • Published: Apr 20, 2017
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Described herein are systems, methods, and computer programs that may be utilized to identify executions of Business Processes (BPs) utilizing crowd-based patterns of the BPs. In one embodiment, each pattern of a BP is generated based on sequences corresponding to executions of the BP, which are associated with first and second organizations, respectively. A sequence parser module is configured to receive one or more streams of steps performed during interactions with an instance of a software system, which belongs to another organization, and to select, from among the one or more streams, candidate sequences of steps. A distance calculator module calculates distances between the candidate sequences and the patterns based on alignments of the candidate sequences and the patterns. An assignment module utilizes the distances to assign at least some of the candidate sequences with identifiers of the BPs.


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