Do spatial data consumers really understand data quality information ?

@inproceedings{Boin2006DoSD,
  title={Do spatial data consumers really understand data quality information ?},
  author={Anna T. Boin and Gary J. Hunter},
  year={2006}
}
Metadata is an important tool for recording data assets and in the spatial information industry it is also used to describe the quality of data to consumers. It is text-based information with industry-specific terms, however there is a general impression in the industry that consumers still do not fully understand its meaning. This research aims to bridge the communication gap between data providers and consumers by designing, developing and testing better ways to communicate spatial quality… CONTINUE READING

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