Activity matching with human intelligence

Carlos RodríGuez, Christopher Klinkmüller, Ingo Weber, Florian Daniel, Fabio Casati

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Выдержка

Effective matching of activities is the first step toward successful process model matching and search. The problem is nontrivial and has led to a variety of computational similarity metrics and matching approaches, however all still with low performance in terms of precision and recall. In this paper, instead, we study how to leverage on human intelligence to identify matches among activities and show that the problem is not as straightforward as most computational approaches assume. We access human intelligence (i) by crowdsourcing the activity matching problem to generic workers and (ii) by eliciting ground truth matches from experts. The precision and recall we achieve and the qualitative analysis of the results testify huge potential for a human-based activity matching that contemplates disagreement and interpretation.

Язык оригиналаАнглийский
Название основной публикацииBusiness Process Management Forum - BPM Forum, 2016, Proceedings
ИздательSpringer Verlag
Страницы124-140
Число страниц17
Том260
ISBN (печатное издание)9783319454672
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2016
Опубликовано для внешнего пользованияДа
СобытиеInternational Conference on Business Process Management, BPM 2016 - Rio de Janeiro, Бразилия
Продолжительность: 18 сен 201622 сен 2016

Серия публикаций

НазваниеLecture Notes in Business Information Processing
Том260
ISSN (печатное издание)1865-1348

Конференция

КонференцияInternational Conference on Business Process Management, BPM 2016
СтранаБразилия
ГородRio de Janeiro
Период18.9.1622.9.16

Отпечаток

Model Matching
Matching Problem
Qualitative Analysis
Leverage
Process Model
Metric
Intelligence
Human
Interpretation
Similarity
Truth
Matching problem
Process model
Workers
Qualitative analysis
Search and matching

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Control and Systems Engineering
  • Management Information Systems
  • Business and International Management
  • Information Systems
  • Modelling and Simulation
  • Information Systems and Management

Цитировать

RodríGuez, C., Klinkmüller, C., Weber, I., Daniel, F., & Casati, F. (2016). Activity matching with human intelligence. В Business Process Management Forum - BPM Forum, 2016, Proceedings (Том 260, стр. 124-140). (Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing; Том 260). Springer Verlag. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-45468-9_8

Activity matching with human intelligence. / RodríGuez, Carlos; Klinkmüller, Christopher; Weber, Ingo; Daniel, Florian; Casati, Fabio.

Business Process Management Forum - BPM Forum, 2016, Proceedings. Том 260 Springer Verlag, 2016. стр. 124-140 (Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing; Том 260).

Результат исследований: Материалы для книги/типы отчетовМатериалы для конференции

RodríGuez, C, Klinkmüller, C, Weber, I, Daniel, F & Casati, F 2016, Activity matching with human intelligence. в Business Process Management Forum - BPM Forum, 2016, Proceedings. том. 260, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, том. 260, Springer Verlag, стр. 124-140, Rio de Janeiro, Бразилия, 18.9.16. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-45468-9_8
RodríGuez C, Klinkmüller C, Weber I, Daniel F, Casati F. Activity matching with human intelligence. В Business Process Management Forum - BPM Forum, 2016, Proceedings. Том 260. Springer Verlag. 2016. стр. 124-140. (Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-45468-9_8
RodríGuez, Carlos ; Klinkmüller, Christopher ; Weber, Ingo ; Daniel, Florian ; Casati, Fabio. / Activity matching with human intelligence. Business Process Management Forum - BPM Forum, 2016, Proceedings. Том 260 Springer Verlag, 2016. стр. 124-140 (Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing).
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