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Table 1

A chronicle order for data quality definitions.

Code Data Quality Definition Reference
1 Data quality is accomplished when a business uses data that is at a minimum, complete, relevant, and timely. Determination of quality is dynamic, as a certain level of excellence is not universal, not absolute, and not a constant but is assessed to a relative degree. The same applies in the case of data quality. (Mahanti, 2019).
2 Data quality (DQ) is “the planning, implementation, and control of activities that apply quality management techniques to data, to assure it is fit for consumption and meets the needs of data consumers.” (DAMA, 2009)
3 "About whether data meets implicit or explicit expectations of people who will use the data." (Sebastian-Coleman, 2013)
4 Fitness for use (Wang & Strong, 1996)

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