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Direct Follower Graph

The Direct Follower Graph is a graphical representation of a process, which is used, among other things, in process mining.

This model is automatically generated from the event logs of one or more IT systems. In contrast to the conventional BPMN model, the cycle time and number are visualized directly on the graph. In addition, the individual objects, such as activities or events, also have other representations. It is also possible to convert a Direct Follower Graph into a BPMN-compliant model.


Process Mining Glossary

Conformance Checking    |     Continuous Improvement    |     Event Log    |    Process Controlling     |     Process Deviation    |    Process Discovery   |    Process Enhancement   |     Process Management Life Cycle    |     Process Transparency    |     Process Variant    |    Target Process

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