Analysis of information quality for a usable information system in agriculture domain: a study in the Sri Lankan context



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DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2021.03.044
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Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)
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journal article
Journal: 
Procedia Computer Science
Pages: 
346–355
Volume: 
184
Year: 
2021
Author(s): 
Wilson R.S.I.
Goonetillake J.S.
Ginige A.
Indika W.A.
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In creating a usable Information System (IS), the quality of information is crucial for making the right decisions. Although, many Information Quality (IQ) features have been identified in a broader context, only certain IQ features would become applicable for each domain from the usability perspective. This study focuses on a theoretical analysis to identify the IQ features which would be significant to produce a usable agricultural information system with respect to the developing countries. Accuracy, Credibility, Context-specific, Completeness and Timeliness are identified as the essential features of the IQ for IS in agriculture which was substantiated through the preliminary analysis of user reviews on the agriculture mobile applications.

Publication year: 
2021
Keywords: 
information system
Information Quality Attributes
Information Dimensions
User-Satisfaction
Usability