OTS selection plays a crucial role in the deployment of software systems. One of its main current problems is how to deal with the vast amount of unstructured, incomplete, evolvable and widespread information that
highly increases the risks of taking a wrong decision. The goal of our research is to tackle these information quality problems for facilitating the collection, storage,
retrieval, analysis and reuse of OTS related
information. An essential issue in this endeavor is to assess what OTS selectors mean by Information Quality and their needs to perform an informed selection. Therefore, we are putting forward an on-line survey to get empirical data supporting our approach.
CitationAyala, C.; Franch, J. Assessing what Information Quality means in OTS selection processes. A: IEEE International Conference on Composition-Based Software Systems. "ICCBSS 2008 proceedings: Seventh International Conference on Composition-Based Software Systems: 25-29 February 2008, Madrid, Spain". Madrid: IEEE Computer Society, 2008, p. 242.
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