Project deliverable Open Access
Julián Moreno-Schneider; Georg Rehm
This report describes the final definition of the curation workflows associated with every business use case (as defined in D4.1 [LynxD41]). This process started with the initial definition provided in D4.2 [LynxD42], in which we outlined four scenarios: data protection, labour law, CE marking and geothermal energy. One of them has been put on hold (CE marking) and one of them has been adapted to cover a certain type of document (contracts). Data protection is now named contract analysis.
The specification of a workflow includes its input and output as well as the functionality it is supposed to perform: annotate or enrich a document, add a document to the knowledge base, search for information, etc. Workflows make use of the services (building blocks) to implement the required functionality. The content curation workflows for the different use cases that we prototypically implement in the project have been defined. We performed a systematic analysis of the microservices (developed in parallel) and matched them with the required functionalities for each use case.
Currently we have defined five different workflows, which are divided into two groups: (i) those that are commonly used in more than one use case; and (ii) those that are used case specifically.
Apart from the business cases, there is the General User/Public Portal use case, which is also considered for defining specific workflows.