Big Data

Concept and definition

Big Data

What is Big Data?

Big data refers to data sets whose size exceeds the capacity of typical database software tools to capture, store, manage and analyze.
The modern concept of Big data appeared in the McKensey report: Big data: The next frontier of innovation, competition and productivity..
The term was used today in the scientific paper: Big Data management for scientific visualization.
Nowadays, the characterization of the Big data given by IBM, the three VsVolume, Variety and Speed.

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