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Data Quality Assessment: The Hybrid Approach

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The August 2013 paper on 'Data Quality Assessment: The Hybrid Approach' by Philip Woodall, Alexander Borek, and Ajith Kumar Parlikad
Data Quality Assessment: The Hybrid Approach

August 2013 Paper

 

Various techniques have been proposed to enable organisations to assess the current quality level of their data. Unfortunately, organisations have many different requirements related to data quality assessment because of domain and context differences. Due to the gamut of possible requirements, organisations may be forced to select an assessment technique which may not be wholly suitable for their requirements. This paper by Philip Woodall, Alexander Borek, and Ajith Kumar Parlikad outlines an approach which the authors believe can help organisations to develop an assessment technique that is suitable for its requirements whilst leveraging the best practices proposed by existing assessment techniques.

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