Big Data: Principles and Paradigms
Rajkumar Buyya, Rodriog N. Calheiros, and Amir Vahid Dastjerdi(Eds.)
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
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Rapid advances in digital sensors, networks, storage, and computation, along with their availability at low cost, are leading to the creation of huge collections of data - dubbed as Big Data. This data has the potential for enabling new insights that can change the way business, science, and governments deliver services to their consumers and can impact society as a whole. This has led to the emergence of the Big Data Computing paradigm focusing on sensing, collection, storage, management, and analysis of data from variety of sources to enable new value and insights.
To realize the full potential of Big Data, researchers and practitioners need to
address several challenges and develop suitable conceptual and technological solutions for tackling them.
These include life-cycle management of data, large-scale storage, flexible processing infrastructure, data modeling,
scalable machine learning and data analysis algorithms, techniques for sampling and making trade-off between
data processing time and accuracy, and dealing with privacy and ethical issues involved in data sensing, storage,
processing, and actions.
The primary purpose of this book is to capture the state-of-the-art in Big Data Computing, its technologies and applications. The book also aims to identify potential research directions and technologies that will facilitate insight generation in various domains from science, industry, business, and consumer applications. We expect the book to serve as a reference for larger audience such as systems architects, practitioners, developers, new researchers and graduate level students.
Topics for potential chapters include, but are not limited to:
Big Data Science
Algorithms for Big Data
Big Data Search
Big Data Acquisition, Integration, Cleaning, and Best Practices
Visualization of Big Data
Big Data Infrastructures and Platforms
Fault tolerance and reliability
I/O and Data management
Storage Systems (including file systems, NoSQL, and RDBMS)
Big Data Security and Policy
Big Data Archival and Preservation
Big Data Provenance
Big Data Applications
Scientific application cases studies on Cloud infrastructures
Big Data Applications at Scale
Experience with Big Data Application Deployments
Data streaming applications
Big Data in Social Networks
Dates - Proposed
Proposal: You are invited to submit a 1-2 pages proposal
describing the topic of your chapter. The proposal should include the chapter
organization, anticipated number of pages of the final manuscript and brief
biography of authors. We plan to follow
the timeline given below:
* Proposal deadline: Feb 28, 2015 (Early expression of interest is highly encouraged)
* Notification of proposal acceptance: April 30, 2015
* Full draft chapter submission: July 30, 2015
* Chapter review report to authors: August 30, 2015
* Final version submission: September 30, 2015
Early submission is highly appreciated as the editors
would like to have progressive dialogue and work with prospective authors to
bring out a book of wide appeal.
If we receive more than one proposal for a chapter on
the same topic, the editors may request authors to collaborate to develop an
We expect the book to serve as a valuable reference for larger audience such as systems architects, practitioners, developers, researchers and graduate level students.
Each accepted chapter should have about 20-35 A4 pages. We expect to deliver CRC of the book to the publisher. A MS Word template will be provided later.
Dr. Rajkumar Buyya
CEO, Manjrasoft, Melbourne, Australia
Director, Cloud Computing and Distributed Systems Laboratory
Dept. of Computing and Information Systems
The University of Melbourne, Australia