Ontological practice for big data management

Kamal Uddin Sarker, Aziz Bin Deraman, Raza Hasan, Ali Abbas

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A common inward research area big data is being introduced due to the rapidly increasing of information systems in all social and business organizations. The global connectivity in the virtual environment become smarter and specifying physical objects' status identity by the internet of things that leads to generate vast amount of information in the cloud. On the other side, the traditional database applications faced problem in data integration processes from multiple sources, where individual source has unique platform and architecture; hence big data management technique become complex. The higher dimensionality of big data till now not yet defined with measurable technique. A mathematical model is developed in this paper to define big data which overcome the existence of conceptual definition and ontological approach is being developed for managing the big data challenges. Finally, the ontology is theoretically evaluated based on the defined mathematical model and it proposes integrity based big data architecture for enterprise.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)265-273
Number of pages9
JournalInternational Journal of Computing and Digital Systems
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2019

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