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CSIS Seminar by Tony Savarimuthu

Friday, 7 October 2016

Speaker: Tony Savarimuthu

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Title: What is expected to happen vs. what happens - A process mining based study of decision-making processes in Python
Location: Owheo G34
Date & Time: Friday 7th October @ 1pm

Abstract:
Effective decision-making processes used by organisations are well-formed (complete and correct), and contain the right level of details (right granularity). To what extent do decision-making processes advertised to be used by open source software communities possess these attributes? This talk presents an initial exploration of these attributes in the decision-making processes employed in the Python community during the development of Python Enhancement Proposals (PEPs). In particular, the talk aims to discuss:
(a) how decision-making processes can be extracted from open source repositories using process mining
(b) whether the extracted processes are compliant with the publicly advertised processes

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