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Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
Our approach is based on describing logs by means of suitable annotations of a conceptual model of the available data, and builds on the ontology-based data access (OBDA) paradigm for the actual log extraction ... In this work, we exploit a framework and associated methodology for the extraction of XES event logs from relational data sources that we have recently introduced. ... We thank Ario Santoso for the development of the log extraction plug-in of onprom, and Wil van der Aalst for the interesting discussions and insights on the problem of extracting event logs from legacy ...doi:10.1007/978-3-319-59336-4_16 fatcat:tdzof6b6znbv3n2ctmwekmcxba
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The purpose of this paper is to single out this challenging, open issue, and didactically introduce how techniques from intelligent data management, and in particular ontology-based data access, provide ... To apply process mining in this widespread setting, there is a pressing need for techniques able to support various process stakeholders in data preparation and log extraction from legacy information systems ... We thank Wil van der Aalst for the interesting discussions and insights on the problem of extracting event logs from legacy information systems. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-319-61033-7_9 fatcat:2v3pzulz6zdhjbd2no4lf3c3om
In this paper, we present the virtual knowledge graph (VKG) paradigm for data integration and access, also known in the literature as Ontology-based Data Access. ... From a technological point of view, the main vendors of data integration tools  are integrating data using the standard relational † Corresponding author: Linfang Ding ( ... To cope with this kind of problem, the approach proposed in  exploits a VKG based framework and associated methodology for the extraction of XES event logs from relational data sources. ...doi:10.1162/dint_a_00011 fatcat:dogtoffhbncx7lxxagytwlxz2u