During the execution of software, execution data can be recorded. With the development of process mining techniques on the one hand, and the growing availability of software execution data on the other hand, a new form of software analytics comes into reach. That is, applying process mining techniques to analyze software execution data. To enable process mining for software, event logs should be capable of capturing software-specific data.
A software event log is typically recorded at the method call level during software execution. Events generated at this level reference a specific point in the software source code. The Software Event extension captures this event location information, together with some basic runtime information related to this location.
|Place of Publication||s.l.|
|Publisher||XES Working Group|
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Sept 2017|