Roman Lukyanenko

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Citizen science refers to voluntary participation by the general public in scientific endeavors. Although citizen science has a long tradition, the rise of online communities and user-generated web content has the potential to greatly expand its scope and contributions. Citizens spread across a large area will collect more information than an individual(More)
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 age of Ubiquitous Digital Intermediation (UDI). With the explosion of UDI, the scope of Information Quality (IQ)(More)