Big Data on Real-World Applications
by S. Ventura Soto, Jose M. Luna, Alberto Cano (eds)
Publisher: InTech 2016
Number of pages: 122
As technology advances, high volumes of valuable data are generated day by day in modern organizations. The management of such huge volumes of data has become a priority in these organizations, requiring new techniques for data management and data analysis in Big Data environments.
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