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Determining similarity between business process models has recently gained interest in the business process management community. So far similarity was addressed separately either at semantic or structural aspect of process models. Also, most of the contributions that measure similarity of process models assume an ideal case when process models are enriched with semantics-a description of meaning of process model elements. However, in real life this results in a heavy human effort consumingdoi:10.1109/edoc.2008.11 dblp:conf/edoc/AwadPW08 fatcat:4cwefwyu5nfrndj6qmojij2p5e