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The Philosophy of Information Quality
In this article I examine the problem of categorising dimensions of information quality (IQ), against the background of a serious engagement with the hypothesis that IQ is purposedependent. First, I examine some attempts to offer categories for IQ, and a specific problem that impedes convergence in such categorisations is diagnosed. Based on this new understanding, I suggest a new way of categorising both IQ dimensions and the metrics used in implementation of IQ improvement programmesdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-07121-3_14 fatcat:vhvbanspijactbrkhfd552jhbe