Riyanarto Sarno, Dwi Sunaryono, Bilqis Amaliah, Bilqis Amaliah, Imam Mukhlash : \Mining Decision to Discover the Relation of Rules among Decision Points in a Non-Free Choice Construct\, 2014 International Conference on Information, Communication Technology and System (ICTS)

Prof. Drs. Ec. Ir. Riyanarto Sarno M.Sc Ph.D
Dwi Sunaryono S.Kom., M.Kom.
Bilqis Amaliah S.Kom., M.Kom.
Bilqis Amaliah S.Kom., M.Kom.
Dr. Imam Mukhlash S.Si., MT.

Year

2015

Published in

2014 International Conference on Information, Communication Technology and System (ICTS)

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Type

Seminar Internasional

Keywords

decision mining decision tree non-free choice process mining


Abstract

Decision mining is a combination of process mining and machine learning algorithms to retrieve information on how data attributes in a business process affect routing of a case. It analyzes decision point by looking for XOR-splits in petri-net workflow model and examining rules for each choice based on available attributes using decision tree. The rules for each decision point are based on the attributeļæ½s influence to the case. Meanwhile, a non-free choice construct is a mixture of choice and synchronization, which will create limited choices in the workflow. The limitation of choice will then affect the rules found in non-free choice construct using decision mining technique. Limitation of rules makes it possible to examine the relation among rules in the workflow. The relation of these rules will emerge a certain property of a non-free choice construct. Rules for two decision points within a non-free choice construct will have similarities. Regarding to this, when the same rule is found during a decision mining process, we can determine that the decision points have a non-free choice relationship.