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Algorithms and Data Structures for Massive Datasets

Published by Manning
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In Algorithms and Data Structures for Massive Datasets, you'll discover methods for reducing and sketching data so it fits in small memory without losing accuracy, and unlock the algorithms and data structures that form the backbone of a big data system.

Data structures and algorithms that are great for traditional software may quickly slow or fail altogether when applied to huge datasets. Algorithms and Data Structures for Massive Datasets introduces a toolbox of new techniques that are perfect for handling modern big data applications.

In Algorithms and Data Structures for Massive Datasets, you'll discover methods for reducing and sketching data so it fits in small memory without losing accuracy, and unlock the algorithms and data structures that form the backbone of a big data system. Filled with fun illustrations and examples from real-world businesses, you'll learn how each of these complex techniques can be practically applied to maximize the accuracy and throughput of big data processing and analytics.

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Dzejla Medjedovic earned her PhD in the Applied Algorithms Lab of the computer science department at Stony Brook University, NY in 2014. She has worked on a number of projects in algorithms for massive data, taught algorithms at various levels and also spent some time at Microsoft.

Emin Tahirovic earned his doctorate in biostatistics from UPenn in 2016, and his master's degree in theoretical computer science from Goethe University in Frankfurt in 2008. He has worked for DBahn AG as an IT consultant and he regularly consults on projects for pharma and tech companies.

Ines Dedovic earned her PhD at the Institute for Imaging and Computer Vision of the Department of Electrical Engineering at RWTH Aachen University, Germany. She has worked as a researcher at the Research Center Jülich and is currently employed as a software developer for camera systems at Jonas & Redmann, an automation company.