Generation Of Candidate Sequences Using Links Between Nonconsecutively Performed Steps Of A Business Process

  • Published: Apr 20, 2017
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Described herein are systems, methods, and computer programs for generating candidate sequences of steps utilizing links between steps that are nonconsecutively performed. In one embodiment, a link generator module generates links between pairs of steps that are among steps belonging to streams of steps performed during interactions with instances of software systems; at least some of the links are from a first step to a second step, and the first and second steps are not consecutively performed steps in the same stream. A candidate generation module utilizes the links to generate candidate sequences from steps belonging to the streams; the candidate generation module provides the candidate sequences to a system that identifies which of the candidate sequences correspond to executions of a Business Process (BP).


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