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DQ4SE 2009 : 1st International Workshop on Data Quality for Software Engineering


When Aug 24, 2009 - Aug 24, 2009
Where Jeju, Korea
Submission Deadline Mar 30, 2009
Notification Due May 22, 2009
Final Version Due Jun 19, 2009
Categories    software engineering

Call For Papers


(In conjunction with the 9th International Conference of Software Engineering - QSIC'09)


Workshop papers submission: March 30, 2009
Notification of Workshop papers acceptance: May 22, 2009
Workshop papers camera-ready version: June 19, 2009

Data has become in one of the most important assets for organizations. Indeed, organizations have realized about this situation and nowadays, more and more companies which work intensively with data, have demonstrated a growing interest in assessing and improving the levels of data quality of their data resources. They know that they can get some valuable profits in order to achieve a better organizational performance. Among these organizations are those whose main aim is to develop software products. As known, in a software development project a lot of data is generated and used through the different phase of the development. To have the sound data at the right time can be of vital importance to make decisions about the development in order to avoid errors and mistakes. These ones can cause the breaking up of the budget or of the agenda. In addition, with the introduction of the new business models, like Global Software Development into the current panorama, the necessary efforts have become harder since data coming from different sources must be coordinated, integrated and communicated. By getting data with adequate levels of quality, a development team can assure better software products.
With the first edition of this workshop we want to promote all the areas related to the application of data and information quality foundations to Software Development Process, by providing to the developers and researchers of Data Quality and Software Engineering areas with a forum where they can share their experiences on dealing with problems due to inadequate levels of quality of the software development data, and discuss about how to identify and improve the critical data. Moreover, we hope to identify during the workshop possible future lines related to the topic of the workshop.

Topics include but are not limited to:
- Cleansing and detecting poor data in software engineering
- Cost of Data Quality
- Data Quality for GIS
- Data Quality in CMMI, SPICE, SQUARE
- Data Quality in Empirical Software Engineering
- Data Quality in GSD
- Data Quality in Reengineering
- Data Quality in Software Development Documentation
- Data Quality in Software Maintenance
- Data Quality in Software Project Estimations
- Data Quality in Software Quality Assessment
- Data Quality in Testing
- Data Quality in Work Load Assignment.
- Economic Value of Data for Software Industries
- Identification of Critical Data Related to Software Development.
- Metadata quality
- Tools for supporting Data Quality in Software Engineering

Due to the novelty of the workshop topics, we encourage the submission of new ideas of research and new lines of work related to the topics.

- Amir Parssian, IESE, Spain
- Ang?lica Caro, University of Bio-Bio, Chile
- Boris Otto, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
- C?sar Arturo Guerra, Universidad Polit?cnica de San Luis Potos?, Mexico
- Cinzia Cappiello, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
- Danilo Caivano, University of Bari, Italy
- Eugenio Verbo, Indra Software Labs, Spain
- F?lix Garcia, ULCM, Spain
- George Concernelli, MITRE Corp, USA
- Jorgen Hansson. Carnegie Mellon University, USA
- Laure Berti-?quille, IRISA, France
- Mar?a ?ngeles Moraga, UCLM, Spain
- Mar?a Jos? Trigueiros, ISCTE, Portugal
- Mario Piattini, UCLM, Spain
- Martin J. Shepperd, Brunel University, UK
- M?nica Bobrowski, Pragma Consultores, Argentina
- Ying Su, Institute of Scientific and Technical Information, China

Please submit your papers by sending your proposal via email to both and
Papers should be in IEEE format and be up to 10 pages long. For the details of the formatting instructions please refer to the URL:

All submitted papers will be reviewed by members of the Programme Committee. Accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings by IEEE Computer Society Press. In addition, extended versions of the submitted papers will be further reviewed for possible publication in a special issue for International Journal of Information Quality (

Ismael Caballero, UCLM, Spain
Coral Calero, UCLM, Spain
Latif Al-Hakim, USQ, Australia
Manuel ?ngel Serrano, UCLM, Spain

Further information about the Venue can be located at:

Main contact person: Ismael Caballero (
Responsible of the web site: Manuel Serrano (
Responsible of the communications: Coral Calero (

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