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Domains such as scientific workflows and business processes exhibit data models with complex relationships between objects. This relationship is typically represented as sequences, where each data item is annotated with multi-dimensional attributes. There is a need to analyze this data for operational insights. For example, in business processes, users are interested in clustering process traces into smaller subsets to discover less complex process models. This requires expensive computation ofarXiv:1905.00983v1 fatcat:dixw656yd5gsxda5gbi5usckli