Most simply, logs are produced by Data objects. These are temporal - that is, they represent a stream of data over the execution period. Sometimes, it will be appropriate for Processes to generate a log as well. These will, generally, be non-temporal. For instance, a final state of a Process may be of interest, and this can be output in the Process log. It is possible for a Process to generate temporal output in its log, but you should consider generating an output that carries this information, instead, since this gives the user more control over collection of this data.
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