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 Title & Authors
Design of a Smart Application using Big Data
Oh, Sun-Jin;
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 Abstract
With the rapid growth of Information technology and up-to-date wireless network application technologies, huge and various types of data are produced in every moment, the value and significance of the analysis techniques using big data are increased recently. Big data, which were useless since they were too huge to manage in the past, enables us to get new inspirations and values in various practical application areas through the development of big data computing devices and analytic tools. Nowadays, however, it is true that most of the big data are still wasted without properly analyzed and used. In the long run, the preliminary stipulations for finding inspirations and extracting new values from big data are securing big data analysis and application techniques to process big data efficiently. In this paper, we study accurate data analysis techniques and data process technologies those are able to extract needed inspirations and values from big data efficiently, then design the smart application that adopts these techniques practically.
 Keywords
Data Analytic Technique;Big Data;Smart Application;
 Language
Korean
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