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Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
Over the last decade process mining techniques have matured and more and more organizations started to use process mining to analyze their operational processes. The current hype around "big data" illustrates the desire to analyze ever-growing data sets. Process mining starts from event logs-multisets of traces (sequences of events)-and for the widespread application of process mining it is vital to be able to handle "big event logs". Some event logs are "big" because they contain many traces.doi:10.1007/978-3-319-15895-2_23 fatcat:faidpgvvinejvjs2vigzyqckte