Cross-disciplinary collaborations in data quality research

Sadiq, Shazia, Yeganeh Khodabandehloo, Naiem and Indulska, Marta (2011). Cross-disciplinary collaborations in data quality research. In: ECIS 2011 Proceedings. ECIS 2011: European Conference on Information Systems - ICT and Sustainable Service Development, Helsinki, Finland, (). 9-11 June 2011.

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Author Sadiq, Shazia
Yeganeh Khodabandehloo, Naiem
Indulska, Marta
Title of paper Cross-disciplinary collaborations in data quality research
Conference name ECIS 2011: European Conference on Information Systems - ICT and Sustainable Service Development
Conference location Helsinki, Finland
Conference dates 9-11 June 2011
Proceedings title ECIS 2011 Proceedings
Journal name 19th European Conference on Information Systems, ECIS 2011
Place of Publication AIS Electronic Library (AISeL)
Publisher Association for Information Systems
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Fully published paper
Total pages 12
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Data Quality has been the target of research and development for over four decades, and due to its cross-disciplinary nature has been approached by business analysts, solution architects, database experts and statisticians to name a few. As data quality increases in importance and complexity, there is a need to motivate the exploitation of synergies across diverse research communities in order to form holistic solutions that span across its organizational, architectural and computational aspects. As a first step towards bridging gaps between the various research communities, we undertook a comprehensive literature study of data quality research published in the last two decades. In this study we considered a broad range of Information System (IS) and Computer Science (CS) publication outlets. The main aims of the study were to understand the current landscape of data quality research, create better awareness of (lack of) synergies between various research communities, and, subsequently, direct attention towards holistic solutions. In this paper, we present a summary of the findings from the study that outline the overlaps and distinctions between the two communities from various points of view, including publication outlets, topics and themes of research, highly cited or influential contributors and strength and nature of co-authorship networks.
Keyword Literature survey
Research framework
Citation analysis
Data quality
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ
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