Big Data: Perceptions and Analytics

  • Dr. Mangore Anirudh K, Dr. Shwetambari A Chiwhane, Dr. Jawahar Sambhaji Gawade

Abstract

The ‘Big Data’ is the rapidly growing and modern technique to collect, persist, share, supervise and examine large sized datasets which comes with high speed and having different structures. Big data datasets are those that exceed the capacity of simple kind of database and data management architecture used in earlier days. Data may be structured; unstructured or semi-structured which needs more computing power to gather and analyse data collected from different sources. Big data can manage variety of data such as structured, semi-structured and unstructured data. Structured data means those data that formatted in straightforward manner according to the database management system. Semi-structured and unstructured data contains all type of unformatted data such as multimedia and social media content. Big Data require new architecture to manage data, new techniques and algorithms to retrieve data and analytics to discover hidden knowledge from it because large data sets having wide range, variety, and difficulty. This paper clarifies the big data and their related terms such as big data analytics, explore the possibilities about future research and present the in progress research and related findings that could help research scholars’, businesses and data service providers to study and develop  big data analytics projects. Now a days, most of the enterprises are investigate big data to improve the organization position in current market trends.

Published
2020-05-12
How to Cite
Dr. Mangore Anirudh K, Dr. Shwetambari A Chiwhane, Dr. Jawahar Sambhaji Gawade. (2020). Big Data: Perceptions and Analytics. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(9s), 2352 - 2357. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/14832