Ontologies And Process Mining

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Semantic Process Mining relies on ontologies to abstract and summarise detail data. This presentation gives some ideas on how to do create ontologies.

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<ul><li> 1. Ontologies and their use in Semantic Process Mining<br />George Varvaressosgvarvaressos@ozemail.com.au<br />Business Process Mining 2009<br /></li></ul> <p> 2. Semantic Process Mining<br /></p> <ul><li>Based on Ontologies </li></ul> <p> 3. How do we discover Ontologies? 4. Start with OOBE Business PatternsBusiness Process Mining 2009<br /> 5. OOBE Business Patterns<br /></p> <ul><li>Process Business Objects </li></ul> <p> 6. Entity Business Objects 7. Event Business ObjectsBusiness Process Mining 2009<br /> 8. Process Business Objects<br /></p> <ul><li>Business Verbs </li></ul> <p> 9. Represent ProcessesBusiness Process Mining 2009<br /> 10. Process Business Objects<br /></p> <ul><li> Seven Process Business Objects from which all others can be defined</li></ul> <p>Business Process Mining 2009<br /> 11. Entity Business Objects<br /></p> <ul><li>Business Nouns </li></ul> <p> 12. People, Places &amp; Things 13. Resources, Players &amp; ConstructsBusiness Process Mining 2009<br /> 14. Entity Business Objects<br />Business Process Mining 2009<br /> 15. Entity Object - Agreement<br />Business Process Mining 2009<br /> 16. Entity Object Business Party<br />Business Process Mining 2009<br /> 17. Event Business Objects<br /></p> <ul><li>Business Events </li></ul> <p> 18. Business Time, Product &amp; Life Cycle events 19. Event Business Objects are triggers for or results of steps in Business Process ObjectsBusiness Process Mining 2009<br /> 20. Event Business Objects<br /></p> <ul><li> Seven Event Business Objects from which all others can be defined</li></ul> <p>Business Process Mining 2009<br /> 21. Business Objects and Ontologies <br /></p> <ul><li>Semantic Business Process Mining is based on Ontologies</li></ul> <p>http://www.ip-super.org<br /></p> <ul><li> OOBE Business Patterns create a framework for the Ontologies</li></ul> <p>http://www.promendo.com<br /></p> <ul><li> Incorporate Business Patterns into WSML (ontologies)</li></ul> <p>http://www.wsmostudio.org<br /></p> <ul><li> Ontologies then annotate process mining data (ProM)http://prom.win.tue.nl/tools/prom/ </li></ul> <p> 22. Patterns are important to ensure that nothing is missedBusiness Process Mining 2009<br /> 23. Process Discovery<br />Example of an ontology candidate<br />Business Process Mining 2009<br /> 24. Semantic Data<br />Operations Dept manages human resources<br />- by team<br />Business Process Mining 2009<br /> 25. StatisticalData<br />Analyse <br />performance by task &amp; abstraction<br />Business Process Mining 2009<br /> 26. Semantic Data<br />Payroll Dept<br />manages human resources by Business Party<br />Business Process Mining 2009<br /> 27. Statistical Data<br />Analyse performance <br />using Business Party abstraction<br />Business Process Mining 2009<br /> 28. Summary<br /></p> <ul><li>Ontologies are needed for Semantic Process Mining </li></ul> <p> 29. Business Patterns provide a template when you need to create an Ontology 30. Ontologies provide different perspectives for the same data 31. Same total result (Time &amp; Frequency) in all Ontologies just a different viewBusiness Process Mining 2009<br /></p>