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Large-Scale Data Processing (What is Big Data?)

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This talk is a digest of the 2012 Summer School Tutorial on ‘Large Scale Data Processing’ at the University of Oxford. The emergence of big data requires fundamental new methodology for data analysis, processing, and information extraction. The main challenge here is to perform efficient and robust data processing, while adapting to the underlying resource availability in a dynamic, large-scale computing environment. I will introduce large-scale data processing from various perspectives: what and why large data, what technologies apply to big data, what are the main challenges, what analytics can be performed on big data, and what are future directions including the emergence of large scale graph data processing.

This talk is part of the Women@CL Events series.

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