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Title: Information quality in the context of CRIS and CERIF
Authors: Stempfhuber, Maximilian 
Keywords: research information management;current research information systems;CERIF;data quality;quality assurance;controlled vocabularies;persistent identifiers;information quality metrics
Issue Date: 6-Jun-2008
Publisher: euroCRIS
Source: "Get the Good CRIS Going - Ensuring Quality of Service for the User in the ERA": Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (2008)
Series/Report no.: CRIS2008: 9th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (Maribor, June 5-7, 2008)
Conference: CRIS2008 Conference 
While standardizing on metadata schemas and controlled vocabularies are commonly used measures to improve the quality of a CRIS, there still seems to be only a vague common notion what (information) quality is in detail, which makes it hard to re-use quality assurance processes between CRISs or to implement them in a compatible way, as soon as quality criteria can not be covered by the CERIF data model itself. This paper first tries to summarize the experiences made by the CRIS community to improve the quality of their information systems and then to contrast them with the state of the art in
information quality research. Finally, aspects are presented which can stimulate the discussion about a more formalized model of quality in the context of CRIS, which could complement or extend the already existing CERIF standard.
Conference paper (12 pages) and presentation (22 slides) delivered at CRIS 2008 Conference in Maribor, Slovenia.
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