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BPI 2011 Challenge Deadline Extended

BPI Challenge 2011

For those of you who want to become creative in the first BPI Challenge, it will be good news that the deadline has been extended to 20th of June. So, there is still more than one month left to do some wild process mining.

Participants of the challenge are provided with a real-life event log and asked to analyze the data using whatever techniques available. Their findings can be documented in one of two ways:

  1. The participants can focus on a specific aspect of interest and analyze this aspect in great detail. Here, one can choose for example to focus on specific models, such as control-flow models, social network models, performance models, predictive models, etc.

  2. The participants may report on a broader range of aspects, where each aspect does not have to be developed in full detail. The report submitted in this category will be judged on its completeness of analysis and usefulness for the purpose of a real-life business improvement setting.

We think that the BPI Challenge is a great initiative and, being among the jury members, we are already very curious about the results!

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