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hverbeek [Acknowledgements]
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hverbeek [ProM Tools]
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 **ProM** is an **extensible** framework that supports a wide variety of process mining techniques in the form of plug-ins. It is **platform independent** as it is implemented in Java, and can be downloaded **free of charge**. We welcome and support **practical applications** of ProM, and we invite researchers and developers to **contribute** in the form of new plug-ins. **ProM** is an **extensible** framework that supports a wide variety of process mining techniques in the form of plug-ins. It is **platform independent** as it is implemented in Java, and can be downloaded **free of charge**. We welcome and support **practical applications** of ProM, and we invite researchers and developers to **contribute** in the form of new plug-ins.
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-ProM 6 is distributed in parts, which offers maximal flexibility. First, the **ProM 6 core** is distributed as a downloadable package using the **GNU Public License (GPL)** open source license. This means that you can download and install ProM 6 without restrictions,​ but that any software that uses the core also needs to be distributed using the GPL license. Second, the **ProM 6 plug-ins** are distributed as separate packages, which **typically** use the **Lesser GNU Public License (L-GPL)** open source license. Note that the use of third part software might require a plug-in to be issued under a different license than the L-GPL license, but in principle ProM 6.3 plug-ins will use the L-GPL license. This means that you can download and install the plug-ins without restrictions,​ and that you are free to distribute software that uses these plug-ins using your own license. However, if you distribute a changed versions of such a plug-in, you are required to distribute this changed plug-in under the L-GPL license as well.  
  
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 <image slideshow:​ex6_transSysMinerAnalsysis_remainingState8.jpg>​Transition System Analysis result by remaining time with state 8 selected</​image>​ <image slideshow:​ex6_transSysMinerAnalsysis_remainingState8.jpg>​Transition System Analysis result by remaining time with state 8 selected</​image>​
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 +ProM 6 is distributed in parts, which offers maximal flexibility. First, the **ProM 6 core** is distributed as a downloadable package using the **GNU Public License (GPL)** open source license. This means that you can download and install ProM 6 without restrictions,​ but that any software that uses the core also needs to be distributed using the GPL license. Second, the **ProM 6 plug-ins** are distributed as separate packages, which **typically** use the **Lesser GNU Public License (L-GPL)** open source license. Note that the use of third part software might require a plug-in to be issued under a different license than the L-GPL license, but in principle ProM 6.3 plug-ins will use the L-GPL license. This means that you can download and install the plug-ins without restrictions,​ and that you are free to distribute software that uses these plug-ins using your own license. However, if you distribute a changed versions of such a plug-in, you are required to distribute this changed plug-in under the L-GPL license as well. 
  
  
  
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