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Efficient Multimedia Data File Management and Retrieval Strategy on Big Data Processing System
Lee, Jae-Kyung; Shin, Su-Mi; Kim, Kyung-Chang;
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 Abstract
The storage and retrieval of multimedia data is becoming increasingly important in many application areas including record management, video(CCTV) management and Internet of Things (IoT). In these applications, the files containing multimedia that need to be stored and managed is tremendous and constantly scaling. In this paper, we propose a technique to retrieve a very large number of files, in multimedia format, using the Hadoop Framework. Our strategy is based on the management of metadata that describes the characteristic of files that are stored in Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS). The metadata schema is represented in Hbase and looked up using SQL On Hadoop (Hive, Tajo). Both the Hbase, Hive and Tajo are part of the Hadoop Ecosystem. Preliminary experiment on multimedia data files stored in HDFS shows the viability of the proposed strategy.
 Keywords
Hadoop Framework;Metadata;Multimedia Data;CCTV Data;Record Management;Retrieval;Hadoop Ecosystem;
 Language
Korean
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