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-Both the XES standard and OpenXES have been designed with a tightly reduced, generally applicable core definition, with extensibility and generic applicability in mind. The XES standard provisions a generic extension system, which can be used to store data from arbitrary perspectives, or from specific application domains (e.g., for mapping corporate data models).+Both the First XES standard and OpenXES have been designed with a tightly reduced, generally applicable core definition, with extensibility and generic applicability in mind. The First XES standard provisions a generic extension system, which can be used to store data from arbitrary perspectives, or from specific application domains (e.g., for mapping corporate data models).