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June 10, 2016: ProM Lite 1.1 released

ProM Lite 1.1 is the successor of ProM Lite “AluM”, which was released in February of this year. ProM Lite 1.1 contains some improvements to the core (“framework”) of ProM. Please see https://svn.win.tue.nl/trac/prom/wiki/ProMLite11 for the details. Apart from the core, several ProM Lite packages have also been improved. Please see https://svn.win.tue.nl/trac/prom/wiki/ProMLite11/Packages for the details. Nevertheless, these improved packages can also be used using the ProM Lite “AluM” release. If you are using ProM Lite “AluM”, then the same set of packages is available to you as if you were using ProM Lite “AluM”.

Note that in ProM Lite (both 1.1 and ”AluM”) new updates for packages may appear from time to time (which will have been tested thoroughly by us), and you will be asked whether or not to update to these new versions.

 

March 18, 2016: XES ballot ended

The ballot for the current XES Standard Proposal (Revision 12, D02) was closed. Response rate is 95%, there is one abstention, and the approval rate is 100%.

The IEEE XES WG received three comments on the Proposal, and is working on resolving these comments.

 

February 10, 2016: ProM Lite released

In contrast to the other releases of ProM we have seen so far, ProM Lite is an end-user release. The other releases were more targeted towards researchers, as these releases did not change (no updates possible). As a result, researchers could use these releases to refer to in their publications, and to claim results. The ProM lite release is more targeted towards end-users, and updates to the packages included in the release are possible. Please not that as a result, this release is a moving target which should not be used to refer to in publications.

Another difference is that ProM Lite does not contain the most recent research prototypes. Only the established algorithms are available to the user. As such, ProM Lite offers a restricted (but stable) set of functionalities. We think that ProM Lite is the ideal tool to use in, for example, education that includes process mining.

ProM Lite can be downloaded free of charge from www.promtools.org. This page also includes useful links to details about the release, like which plug-ins are available.

 

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