Cooperative Information Systems, IFCIS International Conference on (1999)
Sept. 2, 1999 to Sept. 4, 1999
Yannis Vassiliou , National Technical University of Athens
Timos Sellis , National Technical University of Athens
Matthias Jarke , RWTH
Eric Simon , INRIA
In contemporary organizations, inaccurate, invalid, out-of-date or incomplete data may have a heavy financial, or even social impact. Consequently, the problem arises how to design and construct data warehouses, which satisfy specific, well-defined quality criteria. The basic issues raised in this context are the need for a methodology for quality design for data warehouses, the modeling and the measurement of the quality of the data warehouse. The panelists discuss their experience -through research and practical industrial projects- to provide specific solutions to problems of quality, both as technology and methodology providers.
T. Sellis, E. Simon, M. Jarke and Y. Vassiliou, "Panel on Data Warehouse Quality Issues," Cooperative Information Systems, IFCIS International Conference on(COOPIS), Edinburgh, Scotland, 1999, pp. 8.