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Big Data 2016

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End date

May 3, 2016 May 5, 2016

Where

Alicante, Spain [Map it]

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Due to the rise of IT and the rapid inclusion of the Internet and Mobile Computing in our lives, companies, enterprises and governments have huge volumes of information. This information overload greatly complicates the process of decision making of experts in any field. Furthermore, the heterogeneous nature of the sources and the large size of these databases imply a difficult challenge for analysts.

This conference brings together scientific experts on Computer Science, Statistics and Economics as well as other professionals offering solutions to secure current data management from the perspective of Big Data, Data Mining and predictive classical Statistics. From these disciplines all stages of the Data Management process are addressed: data collection, integration, storage, pre-processing, analysis and visualization.

Application areas where new techniques of Data Management are particularly relevant today, include e-commerce, finance, Smartcities and Medicine.

After the conference, presenters at Big Data 2016 will be invited to submit an enhanced version of their research for possible publication in one of the International Scientific Journals associated with the Wessex Institute.

Conference Topics

The following list covers some of the topics to be presented at Big Data 2016. Papers on other subjects related to the objectives of the conference are also welcome.

    Forecasting from Big Data
    Optimization and Big Data
    New visualisation techniques
    Social network analysis
    Search and data mining
    Complexity and algorithms
    Open data
    Big Data algorithm
    Cloud computing
    OLAP technologies
    ETL (Extract, Transform and Load)

Applications to:

    eCommerce
    Marketing
    Business intelligence
    Security and privacy
    Medicine and health
    Tourism services
    Smart cities
    Manufacturing
    Financial risk
    Public administration
    Mobile apps
    eGovernment