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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Event logs recorded during the execution of business processes constitute a valuable source of information. Applying process mining techniques to them, event logs may reveal the actual process execution and enable reasoning on quantitative or qualitative process properties. However, event logs often contain sensitive information that could be related to individual process stakeholders through background information and cross-correlation. We therefore argue that, when publishing event logs, thedoi:10.1007/978-3-030-49435-3_16 fatcat:vp5ndlwhm5c7rgxcoszdvyfdui