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Big Data Applications

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In the previous chapter, we examined big data analysis, which is the final and most important phase of the value chain of big data. Big data analysis can provide useful values via judgments, recommendations, supports, or decisions. However, data analysis involves a wide range of applications, which frequently change and are extremely complex. In this chapter, the evolution of data sources is reviewed. Then, six of the most important data analysis fields are examined, including structured data analysis, text analysis, website analysis, multimedia analysis, network analysis, and mobile analysis. This chapter is concluded with a discussion of several key application fields of big data.

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  • Smart Grid
  • Smart City
  • Link Prediction
  • Video Summarization
  • Phasor Measurement Unit

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Chen, M., Mao, S., Zhang, Y., Leung, V.C.M. (2014). Big Data Applications. In: Big Data. SpringerBriefs in Computer Science. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-06245-7_6

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