Isabelle Comyn-Wattiau |
CEDRIC-CNAM and ESSEC, France
Samira Si-Said Cherfi
Quality is emerging as a key issue for information systems researchers and practitioners. The information system is often defined as "a system, whether automated or manual, that comprises people, machines, and/or methods organized to collect, process, transmit, and disseminate data that represent user information". Information system quality aims at the evaluation of its main components, i.e. system quality, data quality, information quality as well as model quality and method quality. Ongoing research encompasses theoretical aspects including quality definition and/or quality models. These theoretical contributions lead to methods, approaches and tools for quality measurement and/or improvement. Most approaches focus on specific environments, such as web site quality, data warehouse quality, ontologies quality, etc. This workshop is devoted to present and discuss papers related both to theoretical and practical aspects of information systems quality. We seek papers that address the sub-themes described below from a wide range of perspectives.
QoIS-2005 Program Committee- Jacky Akoka (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers and INT, France)