General Areas of Interest:
- Web service management
- Business Intelligence & Data warehousing
- Content management
- XML Query Processing & optimization
- XML database management
- Data query in Mobile computing & Sensor networking
- Distributed Transaction management Systems
Topic 1: Big data storage allocation in Cloud computing
The challenge to efficiently archive and manage data is intensifying with the enormous growth of data. The demand for big data storage and management has become a challenge in today's industry. There are multiple types of information and the number of locations stored on the Cloud. Especially, an increasing number of enterprises employ distributed storage systems for storage, management and sharing huge critical business information on the cloud. The same document may be duplicated in several places. The duplication of documents is convenient for retrieval and efficient. However, it will be difficult to update multiple copies of same documents once the data has been modified. How does the data management provide the retrieval of data stored in different locations consistently, efficiently and reliably is a complicated task with multiple objectives. One important open problem is how to make the systems load balancing with minimal update cost. Furthermore, how to make the systems be elastic for effectively utilizing the available resources with the minimal communication cost. Providing effective techniques for designing scalable, elastic, and autonomic multitenant database systems is critical and challenging tasks. In addition, ensuring the security and privacy of the data outsourced to the cloud are also important for the success of data management systems in the cloud.
Topic 2: Adopting NoSQL for Big data management
Big data is well on its way to enormous. It has the great potential to utilize big data for enhancing the customer experience and transform their business to win the market. Big data enables organizations to store, manage, and manipulate vast amounts of data to gain the right knowledge.
Big data is a combination of data-management technologies evolved over time.
How does a company store and access big data to the best advantage? Are traditional DBs still the best option? What does it mean to transform massive amounts of data into knowledge? Obviously, the big data requirements are beyond what the relational database can deliver for the huge volume, highly distributed, and complex structured data. Traditional relational databases were never designed to cope with modern application requirements — including massive amounts of unstructured data and global access by millions of users on mobile devices that require geographic distribution of data.
In this research, we will identify the gap between Enterprise requirements and traditional relational database capabilities to look for other database solutions. We will explore the new technology NoSQL data management for big data to identify the best advantage. We will gain an insights into how technology transitions in software, architecture, and process models are changing in new ways.
Topic 3:Top-k queries in uncertain big data
Effectively extracting reliable and trustworthy information from Big Data has become crucial for large business enterprises. Obtaining useful knowledge for making better decisions to improve business performance is not a trivial task. The most fundamental challenge for Big Data extraction is to handle with the data certainty for emerging business needs such as marketing analysis, future prediction and decision making. It is clear that the answers of analytical queries performed in imprecise data repositories are naturally associated with a degree of uncertainty. However, it is crucial to exploit reliability and accurate data for effective data analysis and decision making. Therefore, this project is to develop and create new techniques and novel algorithms to extract reliable and useful information from massive, distributed and large-scale data repositories.
Topic 4: Feature-based recommendation framework on OLAP
The queries in Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) are user-guided. OLAP is based on a multidimensional data model for complex analytical and ad-hoc queries with a rapid execution time. Those queries are either routed or on-demand revolved around the OLAP tasks. Most such queries are reusable and optimized in the system. Therefore, the queries recorded in the query logs for completing various OLAP tasks may be reusable. The query logs usually contain a sequence of SQL queries that show the action flows of users for their preference, their interests, and their behaviours during the action.
This research project will investigate the feature extraction to identify query patterns and user behaviours from historical query logs. The expected results will be used to recommend forthcoming queries to help decision makers with data analysis. The purpose of this research is to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of OLAP in terms of computation cost and response time.
hi, i am writing a research paper on computer hardware , and i dont know how to write my Thesis Statement , this is my introduction
Thesis Statement help on Computer Hardware
One day, when I was writing an article using my computer, suddenly the computer turned off. As I examined the desktop I thought that there is problem with the power. Later, I gave my desktop to Future shop to fix it, but they told me "we are sorry to tell you that you need to buy another one". However, I didn't give up and I tried to find out why my computer was broken. I wondered why this happened. I decided that I would investigate the questions, "what is PC, how does a PC works, and what is the difference between a Desktop and Laptop?" I believe that what happened to my computer are hardware problems, because I think that it doesn't matter what kind of software is downloaded to the PC, but rather what kind of hardware is installed, so I was curious to know more about Computer Hardware. The aim of this research is to investigate( the thesis statement)
i would be more than thankfull if somebody can help me with it
I believe that what happened to my computer was caused by hardware problems, because I think that it doesn't matter what kind of software is downloaded to the PC, but rather what kind of hardware is installed. This makes me curious to know more about computer hardware.
"computer hardware" does not need to be capitalized.
The thesis sentence is the soul of the essay. It is the single sentence that captures the main idea of the whole essay.
Thesis sentence = Whole Essay = reflective conclusion paragraph. These three things make the same point in different sizes. Essay is biggest, the macrocosm, while conclusion paragraph is mid-sized, and thesis is refined down to a single sentence. See how they are like, all the same main idea?
What is going to be the main idea of your essay? Is it about hardware? If so, do your research, write interesting body paragraphs, and then look to see what your main point is. See what you find out in your research. At the very end, write the thesis statement and conclusion paragraphs based on what cool stuff you came up with in the body paragraphs.
Write the thesis after you write the body paragraphs, so that you know what your main assertion is! :)
When you finish, come fix my computer, because it is running very slow...
Choosing a way (carreer in hardware and networking area)
hi i m ranjit kumar , i would like to make my carrier in hardware and networking area. what should i do.
plz. help me to choose a right way
I'm not sure that this is the place to ask for career advise, I would suggest that you look up the possible career options that you might have on the internet e.g. IT Manager or something similar and look at the requirements for that particular course at a university that you plan to apply to. I would advise you to check out recruitment sites to find possible jobs in your field. Please let me know about where you are situated so that we can establish the steps going forward.
Hope this helps
I'm a computer engineer, actually a hardware engineer.
Your selection is up to u and your interests. But networking area is better for research and hardware area for working.