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A Taxonomy of Dirty Data
- A Taxonomy of Dirty Data
- Kim W.; Choi B.-J.; Hong E.-K.; Kim S.-K.; Lee D.
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- Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
- Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 81 - 99
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- Today large corporations are constructing enterprise data warehouses from disparate data sources in order to run enterprise-wide data analysis applications, including decision support systems, multidimensional online analytical applications, data mining, and customer relationship management systems. A major problem that is only beginning to be recognized is that the data in data sources are often "dirty". Broadly, dirty data include missing data, wrong data, and non-standard representations of the same data. The results of analyzing a database/data warehouse of dirty data can be damaging and at best be unreliable. In this paper, a comprehensive classification of dirty data is developed for use as a framework for understanding how dirty data arise, manifest themselves, and may be cleansed to ensure proper construction of data warehouses and accurate data analysis. The impact of dirty data on data mining is also explored.
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