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DataValue 20192nd International Workshop on Data Value (IC3K)
Chair(s): Judie Attard and Rob Brennan

2nd International Workshop on
Data Value
 - DataValue 2019

Paper Submission: July 15, 2019 (expired)
Authors Notification: July 23, 2019
Camera Ready and Registration: July 31, 2019


Judie Attard
Trinity College Dublin
Rob Brennan
ADAPT Centre, Dublin City University

Data exploitation is a crucial part of any enterprise information system. Data value chains are one model for data exploitation, but many organisations still struggle to extract value from their data. Emerging forms of value-driven data governance could unlock value from data sources, but this requires advances in tools and methods for monitoring and analysing data assets in order to quantify their value. This second international workshop will bring together data stakeholders to create awareness and further understanding of the untapped value that data can yield. This will aid the data value research community in advancing the definition of data value, metrics for quantifying the value of data, value-driven data governance, standards, and validation of existing models for data value.