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 +====== Frequency Abstraction Miner ======
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 +The Frequency Abstraction Miner is a plugin for ProM which enables to mine processes in a successive and user-definable fashion, zooming to the desired level of precision and detail. The importance of events and transition is evaluated by **frequency**,​ i.e. more frequently observed artifacts are considered more important.
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 +**Note:** //This plugin is retained for historic and research purposes. For actual practical applications,​ I strongly recommend you consider using the [[online:​fuzzyminer|Fuzzy Miner]], which excels the Frequency Abstraction Miner in most respects, and can be considered its mature successor.//​
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 +===== Input =====
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 +The Frequency Abstraction Miner takes any log file as input.
 +===== Interface =====
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 +The result interface of the Frequency Abstraction miner, which appears directly after its being called, looks as follows:
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 +{{online:​frequencyabstractionminer_result.png|}}
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 +On the left, the process graph is shown. Regular (i.e., unclustered) activities are shown as rectangular nodes, while clusters of less-important activities are shown as green octagonal nodes. ​
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 +It is possible to click on clusters, which will open a dialog revealing their inner composition.
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 +On the right, a slider allows the user to zoom into the desired level of precision and detail. After moving the slider, the graph will be adjusted automatically.
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 +The option **attenuate edges** will render edges in a grey tone, which corresponds to their respective frequency.
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 +The option **merge sibling clusters** will trigger similar clusters (with the same incoming and outgoing neighbors) to be merged into one, thus further simplifying the displayed model.