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 Use **teleclaim.xes/​teleclaims.pnml** to extract different process models. First apply the dotted chart analysis to understand the event log. Then use the various discovery techniques. Try to understand why most algorithms fail to discover a good process model. Also discover the social network and organizational structures. Using replay, check the conformance and locate the bottlenecks. See file teleclaim.pnml/​teleclaims.tpn for an example process model. Use **teleclaim.xes/​teleclaims.pnml** to extract different process models. First apply the dotted chart analysis to understand the event log. Then use the various discovery techniques. Try to understand why most algorithms fail to discover a good process model. Also discover the social network and organizational structures. Using replay, check the conformance and locate the bottlenecks. See file teleclaim.pnml/​teleclaims.tpn for an example process model.
  
-The files **repairexample.xes / repairexample.mxml** and **repairexamplesample2.xes / repairexamplesample2.mxml** are taken from the ProM Framework Tutorial (see www.processmining.org). We refer to this tutorial for details. These logs can be used to apply most of the techniques discussed in Chapter 8.+The files **repairexample.xes** **repairexample.mxml** and **repairexamplesample2.xes** **repairexamplesample2.mxml** are taken from the ProM Framework Tutorial (see www.processmining.org). We refer to this tutorial for details. These logs can be used to apply most of the techniques discussed in Chapter 8.
  
  
 For more example event logs we refer to www.processmining.org and http://​data.3tu.nl/​repository/​collection:​event_logs. For example, see  doi:​10.4121/​uuid:​d9769f3d-0ab0-4fb8-803b-0d1120ffcf54 for a real life log of a Dutch academic hospital. This event log was used for the first Business Process Intelligence Contest (BPIC 2011). For more example event logs we refer to www.processmining.org and http://​data.3tu.nl/​repository/​collection:​event_logs. For example, see  doi:​10.4121/​uuid:​d9769f3d-0ab0-4fb8-803b-0d1120ffcf54 for a real life log of a Dutch academic hospital. This event log was used for the first Business Process Intelligence Contest (BPIC 2011).