Big Data Model "Entity and Features"

05/03/2019
by   Nataliya Shakhovska, et al.
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The article deals with the problem which led to Big Data. Big Data information technology is the set of methods and means of processing different types of structured and unstructured dynamic large amounts of data for their analysis and use of decision support. Features of NoSQL databases and categories are described. The developed Big Data Model "Entity and Features" allows determining the distance between the sources of data on the availability of information about a particular entity. The information structure of Big Data has been devised. It became a basis for further research and for concentrating on a problem of development of diverse data without their preliminary integration.

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