Completing Workflow Traces Using Action Languages
Di, Francescomarino C
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The capability to monitor process and service executions, which has gone to notably increase in the last decades due to the growing adoption of IT-systems, has brought to the diffusion of several reasoning-based tools for the analysis of process executions. Nevertheless, in many real cases, the different degrees of abstraction of models and IT-data, the lack of IT-support on all the steps of the model, as well as information hiding, result in process execution data conveying only incomplete information concerning the process-level activities. This may hamper the capability to analyse and reason about process executions. This paper presents a novel approach to recover missing information about process executions, relying on a reformulation in terms of a planning problem.