Hoang Nam Ho, Mourad Rabah, Ronan Champagnat, & Frédéric Bretrand. (2019). Towards an Automatic Assistance in Crisis Resolution with Process Mining. In Z. Franco, J. J. González, & J. H. Canós (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response And Management. Valencia, Spain: Iscram.
Abstract: To deal with a crisis situation, experts must undertake a chain of activities, called process, to minimize crisis
consequences. To assist the expert in making decision in crisis resolutions, authors propose a method aiming at
discovering crisis response processes. This method is based on a two-step strategy: the first step classifies the
system’s traces, representing stakeholders’ past actions, into different sets, where each one represents a set of
response processes according to a specific context; the second step uses process mining algorithm to discover
the corresponding response plan process model based on the obtained chain of activities for each previously
classified context. These response plans will be a referenced aid for experts while making crisis resolution,
according to each context. The proposed approach is illustrated on the traces issued from the crisis caused by the
2010 Xynthia storm in France.