21st International Conference on Business Process Management

Main Track

Session 1: Design Patterns and Modeling

Tuesday, September 12 – 10:30 – 12:30

Title Authors Track
Not Here, But There: Human Resource Allocation Patterns Kanika Goel, Tobias Fehrer, Maximilian Röglinger, and Moe Thandar Wynn Management
POWL: Partially Ordered Workflow Language Humam Kourani and Sebastiaan van Zelst Foundations
Benevolent Business Processes – Design Guidelines Beyond Transactional Value Michael Rosemann, Wasana Bandara, Nadine Ostern, and Marleen Voss Management
Action-Evolution Petri Nets: a Framework for Modeling and Solving Dynamic Task Assignment Problems Riccardo Lo Bianco, Remco Dijkman, Wim Nuijten, and Willem Van Jaarsveld Engineering

Session 2: Simulation and Performance Metrics

Tuesday, September 12 – 14:00 – 15:30

Title Authors Track
Investigating the Influence of Data-aware Process States on Activity Probabilities in Simulation Models: Does Accuracy Improve? Massimiliano de Leoni, Francesco Vinci, Sander J.J. Leemans and Felix Mannhardt Engineering
From Text to Performance Measurement: Automatically Computing Process Performance using Textual Descriptions and Event Logs Manuel Resinas, Adela Del Río Ortega and Han van der Aa Engineering
Can I Trust My Simulation Model? Measuring the Quality of Business Process Simulation Models David Chapela-Campa, Ismail Benchekroun, Opher Baron, Marlon Dumas, Dmitry Krass, and Arik Senderovich Foundations

Session 3: Cognitive Aspects and Knowledge-Intensive Processes

Tuesday, September 12 – 16:00 – 17:30

Title Authors Track
On the Cognitive Effects of Abstraction and Fragmentation in Modularized Process Models Clemens Schreiber, Amine Abbad-Andaloussi, and Barbara Weber Management
PEM4PPM: A Cognitive Perspective on the Process of Process Mining Elizaveta Sorokina, Pnina Soffer, Irit Hadar, Uri Leron, Francesca Zerbato, and Barbara Weber Management
Deviation from Standards and Performance in Knowledge-Intensive Processes: Evidence from the Process of Selling Customized IT Solutions Mikhail Monashev, Michal Krčál, and Jan Mendling Management

Session 4: Event-log Manipulation

Wednesday, September 13 – 10:30 – 12:30

Title Authors Track
Event Abstraction for Partial Order Patterns Chiao-Yun Li, Sebastiaan van Zelst, and Wil M.P. van der Aalst Foundations
Inferring Missing Entity Identifiers from Context using Event Knowledge Graphs Ava Swevels, Remco Dijkman, and Dirk Fahland Engineering
Context-Based Activity Label-Splitting Sebastiaan van Zelst, Jonas Tai, Moritz Langenberg, and Xixi Lu Engineering
A Novel Multi-Perspective Trace Clustering Technique for IoT-enhanced Processes: A Case Study in Smart Manufacturing Yannis Bertrand, Jochen De Weerdt, and Estefanía Serral Management

Session 5: Anomalies

Wednesday, September 13 – 16:00 – 17:30

Title Authors Track
Does This Make Sense? Machine Learning-based Detection of Semantic Anomalies in Business Processes Julian Caspary, Adrian Rebmann, and Han van der Aa Engineering
DyLoPro: Profiling the Dynamics of Event Logs Brecht Wuyts, Hans Weytens, Seppe vanden Broucke, and Jochen De Weerdt Engineering
The Impact of Process Complexity on Process Performance: A Study using Event Log Data Maxim Vidgof, Bastian Wurm, and Jan Mendling Management

Session 6: Compliance and Conformance

Thursday, September 14 – 10:30 – 12:30

Title Authors Track
Approximating Multi-Perspective Trace Alignment Using Trace Encoding Alessandro Gianola, Jonghyeon Ko, Fabrizio Maria Maggi, Marco Montali, and Sarah Winkler Foundations
Efficient Optimal Alignment between Dynamic Condition Response Graphs and Traces Axel Christfort and Tijs Slaats Foundations
Polynomial-Time Conformance Checking for Process Trees Eduardo Goulart Rocha and Wil M.P. van der Aalst Foundations
Verifying Resource Compliance Requirements From Natural Language Text Over Event Logs Henryk Mustroph, Marisol Barrientos, Karolin Winter, and Stefanie Rinderle-Ma Engineering

Session 7: Process Discovery

Thursday, September 14 – 14:00 – 15:30

Title Authors Track
Incremental Discovery of Process Models Using Trace Fragments Daniel Schuster, Niklas Föcking, Sebastiaan van Zelst, and Wil M.P. van der Aalst Foundations
Interactive Multi-Interest Process Pattern Discovery Mozhgan Vazifehdoostirani, Laura Genga, Xixi Lu, Rob Verhoeven, Hanneke Van Laarhoven, and Remco Dijkman Engineering
Agent Miner: An Algorithm for Discovering Agent Systems from Event Data Andrei Tour, Artem Polyvyanyy, Anna Kalenkova, and Arik Senderovich Engineering

Session 8: Real-world applications

Thursday, September 14 – 16:00 – 17:30

Title Authors Track
Stochastic-Aware Comparative Process Mining in Healthcare Tabib Ibne Mazhar, Asad Tariq, Sander J.J. Leemans, Kanika Goel, Moe Thandar Wynn, and Andrew Staib Management
Increasing RPA Adoption: An Experiment on Countermeasures for Status Quo Bias Marie-E. Godefroid, Ralf Plattfaut, and Bjoern Niehaves Management
Process Channels: A New Layer for Process Enactment Based on Blockchain State Channels Fabian Stiehle and Ingo Weber Engineering