Big Data and Analytics

 
In recent years the necessity of analysis of huge amount of data has gained increasing attention of researchers and practitioners. A term big data was coined and has started to appear in many different domains including retail, banking, insurance, health, and education. Smart cities may use big data to improve planning and create better services for their citizens. The use of semantics may help utilization of big data.The purpose of this track is to gather researchers and practitioners who are dealing with solving real life issues with support of semantics and big data analysis. Special attention will be paid to applications of semantics and big data in intelligent cities design.Topics of interests include, but are not limited to:
  • Smart Cities, Smart Buildings, Smart People
  • Utilization of Big Data in Smart Cities, e.g. GPS
  • Use of Sensor Data
  • Social Media Data Mining
  • Anomalies Detection Using Big Data Analysis
  • Decision Making using Big Data
  • Big Data Analysis in the context of Privacy, Trust and Security
  • The Power and Danger of Big Data
  • Big data visualization
  • Challenges of Big Data Processing
  • Big Data Case Studies
  • Semantics in Big Data Analysis
  • Big RDF Data
  • Big Semantic data analysis
  • Open Data
  • Linked Open Data

Track co-Chairs:
Lasse Berntzen, Buskerud and Vestfold University College, Norway
Milena Krumova, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria

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