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  • I did not approach the “Big Data” concept from a perspective of storing large data volumes or cloud computingI treated the Big Data phenomenon taking into account all the challenges this poses to data analysis. We are considering a number of implications of this phenomenon, such as: - the exponential growth of stored data (public or confidential) and their diversity;- the increased difficulties in processing data for generating actionable information (considering the need to make decisions in real time);- the security/confidentiality issues arising from the Big Data phenomenon;- a trend to replace data analysis by extrapolation (based on data samples), with the analysis of the entire data.
  • We cannot know the exact accuracy of an opinion poll for predicting the winner of the Eurovision singing competition (May 2013) – it must have been based on certain subjective factors, such as sample selection, the responders’ availability to provide answers and it would certainly not have been able to take into account any of the background support agreements between the various peoples, which always happen at the Eurovision.Nevertheless, Denmark’s victory was foretold – with a rather high degree of precision – by an IT researcher who used a Big Data analysis software.2. Using the specific Big Data analysis methods of a certain search engine, researchers were able to anticipate, rather accurately, the flu propagation model for the H1N1 virus3. During the American elections (November 2012), a website predicted that Obama will be re-elected, by using a data model which correlates information (by multiple categories) from all election results in the USA from 1940 until present times.http://www.tableausoftware.com/public/gallery/us-election-predictions (accessed on August 28, 2013)
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    • 1. Marcel Foca and Ionel Nițu Bucharest, October 18th 2013
    • 2. Collect Manage Analyze Present data analysis needs to include more and more unstructured data change in the paradigm technology and intelligence anticipate instead Marcel Foca and Ionel Nițu reacting
    • 3. analysis can be digitalized at least up to a certain point Marcel Foca and Ionel Nițu
    • 4. Marcel Foca and Ionel Nițu
    • 5. Marcel Foca and Ionel Nițu
    • 6. Smartphones sensors video cameras smart meters UAVs drones self-driven cars everything may become digitized Marcel Foca and Ionel Nițu
    • 7. how to eliminate the information we don’t need decisions in real time Marcel Foca and Ionel Nițu
    • 8. processed real time decisions real time analysis on-line dispatch centers command & control decision systems (C2) geospatial analysis makes the difference standardization for interoperability Marcel Foca and Ionel Nițu
    • 9. Marcel Foca and Ionel Nițu
    • 10. The Big Data is part of our day-to-day life Confidentiality issues security issues the greatest challenges will be the specialization of human resources Marcel Foca and Ionel Nițu
    • 11. Romania people talented in IT and mathematics unable to use this important resource country’s competitiveness worldwide Romania chance to make it up to the rest of the EU Marcel Foca and Ionel Nițu
    • 12. big governmental IT projects lost somewhere Big Data Analysis division at the central government level to process and to analyze Big Data to monitor the implementation of the strategic IT decisions Marcel Foca and Ionel Nițu

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