Design of the SEEWOP software prototype

Thomas Kern, Tanja Peschetz, Gerald Petz

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E-mobility in the sense of virtual mobility - the performance of tasks via electronic networks by so-called eworkers - reduces the necessity to commute physically to a workplace. It represents a working method, from which both companies and employees expect benefit in terms of flexibility, productivity and cost. Existing micro-job platforms already offer an easy possibility to tender small work assignments via social-web in order to be processed by an e-worker community. However, dealing with complex task settings is difficult. In this paper we describe the prototype of the Semantically Enriched E-Working Platform (SEEWOP) which enhances the capabilities of an existing micro-job-platform by Event-driven Process Chains (EPC) and Semantic Web Technologies for the design of business processes and the automatic division of tasks within the e-worker community.


  • Crowdsourcing
  • E-mobility
  • E-work
  • Event-driven Process Chains
  • Semantic Web


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