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More on Model Autogeneration

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

The coolest thing I saw at Process World was definitely ARIS Process Performance Manager (PPM), specifically its ability to autogenerate the as-is model from instrumenting the backend systems that perform its activities. IDS CTO Wolfram Jost mentioned this in his keynote, and there were a number of comments about it in my Almost Live… post on Thursday. If you missed the thread, Marlon Dumas pointed me to an excellent academic paper on this technology, called “process mining,” by Wil van der Aalst and colleagues. Others commented that it couldn’t do magic, and Kiran Garimella did a strange riff on it as well. I obviously didn’t explain it very well, because at that time I hadn’t seen it. But now I have. It’s not magic at all, and still I think very cool. And something Kiran might actually want to take a second look at for webMethods.

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