Conference on Information Quality

Newsletter for the Section on Statistical Education
Volume 6, Number 2 (Summer 2000)

The 2000 conference on Information Quality (IQ-2000) will be held at MIT from October 20 (Friday evening) to October 22 (Sunday noon), 2000. The purpose of the conference is to promote the exchange of knowledge about IQ research and practice. Updated information on the conference is available at the web site

The conference program will include tracks of practice-oriented and rigorously reviewed research papers, as well as sponsored panel sessions. IQ-2000 strongly encourages practitioners to submit papers that distill experiences, lessons, and perspectives. These papers will be fast tracked for acceptance.

Suggested Topics (but not limited to): (a) IQ in the Context of The Internet and the Web, or Electronic Commerce, or Data Mining and Data Warehouses. (b) IQ Tools, Metrics, Measures, and Methodologies. (c) IQ Policies and Standards. (d) IQ Improvement Case Studies. (e) Experience Reports on IQ Practices. (f) Cost/Benefit Analysis of IQ Improvement.

Please send 4 copies and an electronic text version in MS Word 97 format of your paper, panel, or tutorial submission to the following address by the June 26th deadline.

Barbara Klein, Don Rossin, School of Management, University of Michigan-Dearborn, Dearborn, MI 48128.

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