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Fabrizio Maggi
Fabrizio Maggi
Associate Professor, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
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Process mining manifesto
W Aalst, A Adriansyah, AKA Medeiros, F Arcieri, T Baier, T Blickle, ...
International conference on business process management, 169-194, 2011
15142011
Automated discovery of process models from event logs: review and benchmark
A Augusto, R Conforti, M Dumas, M La Rosa, FM Maggi, A Marrella, ...
IEEE transactions on knowledge and data engineering 31 (4), 686-705, 2018
3272018
Predictive monitoring of business processes
FM Maggi, CD Francescomarino, M Dumas, C Ghidini
International conference on advanced information systems engineering, 457-472, 2014
2902014
Monitoring business constraints with linear temporal logic: An approach based on colored automata
FM Maggi, M Montali, M Westergaard, WMP Van Der Aalst
International Conference on Business Process Management, 132-147, 2011
2572011
Compliance monitoring in business processes: Functionalities, application, and tool-support
LT Ly, FM Maggi, M Montali, S Rinderle-Ma, WMP Van Der Aalst
Information systems 54, 209-234, 2015
2032015
User-guided discovery of declarative process models
FM Maggi, AJ Mooij, WMP Van der Aalst
2011 IEEE symposium on computational intelligence and data mining (CIDM …, 2011
2012011
Outcome-oriented predictive process monitoring: review and benchmark
I Teinemaa, M Dumas, ML Rosa, FM Maggi
ACM Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data (TKDD) 13 (2), 1-57, 2019
2002019
Complex symbolic sequence encodings for predictive monitoring of business processes
A Leontjeva, R Conforti, CD Francescomarino, M Dumas, FM Maggi
International Conference on Business Process Management, 297-313, 2016
1842016
Declarative process mining in healthcare
M Rovani, FM Maggi, M De Leoni, WMP Van Der Aalst
Expert Systems with Applications 42 (23), 9236-9251, 2015
1662015
Efficient discovery of understandable declarative process models from event logs
FM Maggi, RP Bose, WMP van der Aalst
International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 270-285, 2012
1642012
Conformance checking based on multi-perspective declarative process models
A Burattin, FM Maggi, A Sperduti
Expert systems with applications 65, 194-211, 2016
1582016
Clustering-based predictive process monitoring
C Di Francescomarino, M Dumas, FM Maggi, I Teinemaa
IEEE transactions on services computing 12 (6), 896-909, 2016
1502016
Monitoring business constraints with the event calculus
M Montali, FM Maggi, F Chesani, P Mello, WMP Aalst
ACM transactions on intelligent systems and technology (TIST) 5 (1), 1-30, 2014
1442014
Smart technologies for long-term stress monitoring at work
R Kocielnik, N Sidorova, FM Maggi, M Ouwerkerk, JHDM Westerink
proceedings of the 26th IEEE international symposium on computer-based …, 2013
1422013
Predictive process monitoring methods: Which one suits me best?
C Di Francescomarino, C Ghidini, FM Maggi, F Milani
International conference on business process management, 462-479, 2018
1272018
Survey and cross-benchmark comparison of remaining time prediction methods in business process monitoring
I Verenich, M Dumas, ML Rosa, FM Maggi, I Teinemaa
ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology (TIST) 10 (4), 1-34, 2019
1152019
Runtime verification of LTL-based declarative process models
FM Maggi, M Westergaard, M Montali, WMP van der Aalst
International Conference on Runtime Verification, 131-146, 2011
1132011
Aligning event logs and declarative process models for conformance checking
M Leoni, FM Maggi, WMP van der Aalst
International Conference on Business Process Management, 82-97, 2012
1092012
An alignment-based framework to check the conformance of declarative process models and to preprocess event-log data
M De Leoni, FM Maggi, WMP van der Aalst
Information Systems 47, 258-277, 2015
1072015
Discovering data-aware declarative process models from event logs
FM Maggi, M Dumas, L García-Baņuelos, M Montali
Business Process Management, 81-96, 2013
1002013
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