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Art. 02 – Vol. 27 – No. 1 – 2017

BIG-DATA – NEW APPROACHES FOR DATA ANALYSIS

Adriana ALEXANDRU
adriana@ici.ro
Dora COARDOŞ
coardos@ici.ro

National Institute for Research & Development in Informatics – ICI Bucharest

Abstract: This paper presents the main approaches related to Big Data. Big Data concept introduces changes in three dimensions: (1) data types, (2) speed of data accumulation and (3) data volume. Big Data represents a new generation of technologies and architectures for extracting value from the very large volumes of data that have a wide variety, and allow real time processing and analysis. This article presents Big Data sets, architectures, and technologies.

Keywords: Big Data, Hadoop, NoSQL, Big Data sets.

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