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sense that it considers frequencies, by which activity relationships occur (Aalst, Weijters & Medeiros, 2003) in the event log. In addition to robustness of an event log, HeuristicsMiner is also capable of dealing with short loops and non-localdependencies. Broucke & Weerdt (2017) introduced the discovery technique Fodina that is based on HeuristicsMiner and which handles the noise in the log and discover duplicate activities. Flexible Heuristics Miner ( Weijters & Ribeiro, 2011 ) is yet another discovery technique based on HeristicsMiner. Similarly to previous