Big Data Science

10/27/2020 ∙ by Katharina Morik, et al. ∙ 0

In ever more disciplines, science is driven by data, which leads to data analytics becoming a primary skill for researchers. This includes the complete process from data acquisition at sensors, over pre-processing and feature extraction to the use and application of machine learning. Sensors here often produce a plethora of data that needs to be dealt with in near-realtime, which requires a combined effort of implementations at the hardware level to high-level design of data flows. In this paper we outline two use-cases of this wide span of data analysis for science in a real-world example in astroparticle physics. We outline a high-level design approach which is capable of defining the complete data flow from sensor hardware to final analysis.



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