Journal of Data and Information Quality
JDIQ publishes high quality articles that make a significant and novel contribution to the field of data and information quality. JDIQ issues are available online and in print.
- Special Issue on Provenance and Quality of Data and Information: The term provenance refers broadly to information about the origin, context, derivation, lineage, ownership or history of some artifact. The provenance of data is more specifically a form of structured metadata that records the activities involved in data production. The notion applies to a broad variety of data types, from database records, to scientific datasets, business transaction logs, web pages, social media messages, and more. At the same time, different definitions and measures of quality apply to each of these data types, in different domains.
The JDIQ guest editors are Paolo Missier (Newcastle University, UK, firstname.lastname@example.org) and Paolo Papotti (Qatar Computing Research Institut, Qatar, email@example.com). The deadline for submissions is January 31, 2014. See also the full call for papers.
- New Editor-in-Chief: Louiqa Raschid (UMD) (University of Maryland) became editor in chief in December 2012. She follows founding Editors-in-Chief Yang Lee (Northeastern University) and Stuart Madnick (MIT), who served as JDIQ's Editors-in-Chief for four years.
- New Senior Associate Editor: A long-time associate editor of JDIQ, Felix Naumann (HPI, Germany) will now assist the Editor-in-Chief in strategic and organizational matters as a senior associate editor.
- ICIQ 2013, the International Conference on Information Quality, will be held in Little Rock (Arkansas) beginning November 7.
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Current Issue: Volume 4 Issue 3
|Normal Accidents: Data Quality Problems in ERP-enabled Manufacturing
Lan Cao and Hongwei Zhu
|Competitive Intelligence and Information Quality: A Game Theoretic Perspective
Dov Biran, Michael Zack, and Richard Briotta
|Accuracy of Aggregate Data in Distributed Project Settings: Model, Analysis and Implications
Nitin Joglekar, Edward Anderson, and G. Shankaranarayanan
Previous Issue: Volume 4 Issue 2 - Special issue on Entity Resolution (ER)
|Special Issue Overview: The Criticality of Entity Resolution in Data and Information Quality
|Domain-Independent Entity Coreference for Linking Ontology Instances
Dezhao Song and Jeff Heflin
|Adaptive Connection Strength Models for Relationship-based Entity Resolution
Rabia Nuray-Turan, Dmitri Kalashnikov, and Sharad Mehrotra
|A Graduate-Level Course on Entity Resolution and Information Quality: A Step toward ER Education
Yinle Zhou, Eric Nelson, Fumiko Kobayashi, and John Talburt
|Indeterministic Handling of Uncertain Decisions in Deduplication
Fabian Panse, Norbert Ritter, and Maurice van Keulen
Special IssuesIn addition to its regular issues, from time to time JDIQ publishes special issues devoted to specific topics in the Data and Information Quality field. For more information about a special issues, please contact the JDIQ Editor-In-Chief. To suggest a special issue please provide a description, a topic list, and a timeline. Please also copy the co-editors you would like to work with for that special issue.
Last change: September 16, 2013