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Accepted Demos

Eli Stutz, James Luxford and Gal Horvitz. Changing In-Flight Business Processes using PNMsoft’s HotChange Technology

Thomas Freytag and Martin Sänger. WoPeD - An Educational Tool for Workflow Nets

Josep Carmona and Marc Solé. PMLAB: An Scripting Environment for Process Mining

Ronny Mans, Wil van der Aalst and Eric Verbeek. Supporting Process Mining Workflows with RapidProM

Sebastiaan J. van Zelst, Andrea Burattin and Boudewijn van Dongen. Data Streams in ProM 6: A single-node architecture

Manuel Resinas, Adela Del Río Ortega, Antonio Ruiz-Cortés, Dominik Blattner, Kristina Tasheva and Bozhan Chipev. KPIshare: A collaborative space for BPM practitioners for full definitions and discussions on process KPIs

Martin Berner and Harshavardhan Jegadeesan. SAP Operational Process Intelligence: Empowering Line-of-Business Workers with Real-time Process Visibility

Eric Verbeek. Decomposed Process Mining with DivideAndConquer

Andreas Lanz and Manfred Reichert. Enabling Time-Aware Process Support with the ATAPIS Toolset

Thomas Stocker and Rafael Accorsi. SecSy: A security-oriented tool for synthesizing process event logs

Joel Ribeiro and Josep Carmona. RS4PD: A Tool for Recommending Control-Flow Algorithms

Shuhao Wang, Cheng Lv, Lijie Wen and Jianmin Wang. Managing Massive Business Process Models and Instances with Process Space

David Boaz, Terry Heath, Manmohan Gupta, Lior Limonad, Yutian Sun, Richard Hull and Roman Vaculín. The ACSI Hub: A Data-centric Environment for Service Interoperation

Joey Claessen and Hajo Reijers. "Touching" Work ow Management at Runtime

Sander J.J. Leemans, Dirk Fahland and Wil van der Aalst. Process and Deviation Exploration with Inductive visual Miner

Abel Armas, Paolo Baldan, Marlon Dumas and Luciano García-Bañuelos. BP-Diff: A Tool for Behavioral Comparison of Business Process Models

Anna Kalenkova, Massimiliano de Leoni and Wil van der Aalst. Discovering, Analyzing and Enhancing BPMN Models Using ProM

Juergen Mangler and Stefanie Rinderle-Ma. CPEE - Cloud Process Exection Engine

Massimiliano de Leoni and Wil van der Aalst. The FeaturePrediction package in ProM: Correlating Business Process Characteristics

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