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Quality Aspects in Spatial Data Mining
For almost 20 years now, spatial data providers have been creating and publishing metadata records for their products. One intention of the metadata, which includes detailed data quality information, is to inform potential consumers about the inherent strengths and weaknesses of the product for the purpose of making informed decisions as to whether or not it is suitable for their use. However, in this research we question whether or not the quality information that is typically provided in suchdoi:10.1201/9781420069273.sec5 fatcat:h7snlny54vdapobdgvot44ade4