Quality management architecture for social media data



Abstract Social media data has provided various insights into the behaviour of consumers and businesses. However, extracted data may be erroneous, or could have originated from a malicious source. Thus, quality of social media should be managed. Also, it should be understood how data quality can be managed across a big data pipeline, which may consist of several processing and analysis phases. The contribution of this paper is evaluation of data quality management architecture for social media data. The theoretical concepts based on previous work have been implemented for data quality evaluation of Twitter-based data sets. Particularly, reference architecture for quality management in social media data has been extended and evaluated based on the implementation architecture. Experiments indicate that 150–800 tweets/s can be evaluated with two cloud nodes depending on the configuration.
Date made available23 Mar 2017

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Pääkkönen, P. (Contributor), Jokitulppo, J. (Contributor)(23 Mar 2017). Quality management architecture for social media data. Figshare. 10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3725077.v1