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In recent years, monitoring the compliance of business processes with relevant regulations, constraints, and rules during runtime has evolved as major concern in literature and practice. Monitoring not only refers to continuously observing possible compliance violations, but also includes the ability to provide fine-grained feedback and to predict possible compliance violations in the future. The body of literature on business process compliance is large and approaches specifically addressingdoi:10.1016/j.is.2015.02.007 pmid:26635430 pmcid:PMC4581012 fatcat:dqyjtliyhfcnjho2qqlseh7eky