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)
ACM Reference Format: Roman Lukyanenko and Jeffrey Parsons. 2015. Information quality research challenge: Adapting information quality principles to user-generated content. Traditionally, information quality (IQ) research assumes organizational settings in which information production (e.g., internal, by external organizations/customers) is well-controlled(More)