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PAIS Lab seminar: Software Process Mining // V. Rubin

Vladimir Rubin (PhD, lead research fellow of the PAIS Lab) presented the talk on subject: Software Process Mining.

PAIS Lab seminar: Binary and source code analysis for developing high quality program systems // K.Troshina

Katerina Troshina (Ph.D., SmartDec) presented the talk on subject: Binary and source code analysis for developing high quality program systems.

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PAIS Lab seminar: DPMine concept: current status // S. Shershakov

The last (in 2013) session of our seminar was held.
Sergey Shershakov (research fellow of the PAIS Lab) presented the talk on subject: DPMine concept: current status. 
We will appreciate if you visit next session of the seminar, which will be held at January 20th, 2014.

Happy New Year and Merry Christmas!

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PAIS Lab seminar: True Concurrency and Net Unfoldings // D.Frumin

Daniil Frumin (research assistant of the PAIS Lab) presented the talk on subject: True Concurrency and Net Unfoldings.

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PAIS Lab seminar: Activiti BPM Platform // D. Nazarenko

D. Nazarenko, student of the Department of Software Engineering, presented the talk on subject "Activiti BPM Platform" at the PAIS Lab seminar.

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PAIS Lab seminar: Causal nets – a modeling language designed for process discovery // N. Gundobin

Nikita Gundobin, research assistant of the PAIS Lab, presented the talk on subject "Causal nets – a modeling language designed for process discovery" at the PAIS Lab seminar.

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PAIS Lab seminar: Service Oriented Computing: Forthcoming challenges // Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Reisig

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Reisig (Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin) presented the talk on subject "Service Oriented Computing: Forthcoming challenges" at the PAIS Lab seminar.

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PAIS Lab seminar: Process Cubes: Slicing, Dicing, Rolling Up and Drilling Down Event Data for Process Mining // Prof.dr.ir. Wil van der Aalst

Professor dr.ir. Wil van der Aalst (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, PAIS Lab, Queensland University of Technology) presented the talk on subject "Process Cubes: Slicing, Dicing, Rolling Up and Drilling Down Event Data for Process Mining". 

Research interests of prof. Van der Aalst include workflow management, process mining, Petri nets, business process management, process modeling, and process analysis. Many of his papers are highly cited (he has an H-index of more than 104 according to Google Scholar, making him the European computer scientist with the highest H-index) and his ideas have influenced researchers, software developers, and standardization committees working on process support. 

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PAIS Lab seminar: Methods of analysis for Nested Petri Nets (part 2) // L. Dworzanski

On monday, October 21st, was held a session of PAIS Lab seminar. 

Leonid Dworzanski, research fellow of PAIS Lab (Higer School of Economics), presented second part of his talk on subject "Methods of analysis for Nested Petri Nets". 

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PAIS Lab seminar: Methods of analysis for Nested Petri Nets (part 1) // L. Dworzanski

On monday, October 7th, was held a session of PAIS Lab seminar. 

Leonid Dworzanski, research fellow of PAIS Lab (Higer School of Economics), presented first part of his talk on subject "Methods of analysis for Nested Petri Nets".
Next part will be presented on future session of our seminar (October, 21th).

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