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The Challenge of “Quick and Dirty” Information Quality
Adriane P. Chapman, Arnon Rosenthal, Len Seligman
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Data Quality Challenges in Distributed Live-Virtual-Constructive Test Environments
Jeremy R. Millar, Douglas D. Hodson, Gilbert L. Peterson, Darryl K. Ahner
Article No.: 2
Information Quality Research Challenge: Information Quality in the Age of Ubiquitous Digital Intermediation
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As information technology becomes an integral part of daily life, increasingly, people understand the world around them by turning to digital sources as opposed to directly interacting with objects in the physical world. This has ushered in the...
Data Standards Challenges for Interoperable and Quality Data
Hongwei Zhu, Yang W. Lee, Arnon S. Rosenthal
Article No.: 4
Predicting time series is a crucial task for organizations, since decisions are often based on uncertain information. Many forecasting models are designed from a generic statistical point of view. However, each real-world application requires...
Combining User Reputation and Provenance Analysis for Trust Assessment
Davide Ceolin, Paul Groth, Valentina Maccatrozzo, Wan Fokkink, Willem Robert Van Hage, Archana Nottamkandath
Article No.: 6
Trust is a broad concept that in many systems is often reduced to user reputation alone. However, user reputation is just one way to determine trust. The estimation of trust can be tackled from other perspectives as well, including by looking at...
Textual databases are ubiquitous in many application domains. Examples of textual data range from names and addresses of customers to social media posts and bibliographic records. With online services, individuals are increasingly required to...
EXPERIENCE: Succeeding at Data Management—BigCo Attempts to Leverage Data
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In a manner similar to most organizations, BigCompany (BigCo) was determined to benefit strategically from its widely recognized and vast quantities of data. (U.S. government agencies make regular visits to BigCo to learn from its experiences in...