NIT1102 - Introduction to Programming or
NIT1201 - Introduction to Database Systems
|1.||Analyse and illustrate Big Data challenges to the business world;|
|2.||Explain the impact of Big Data's five V's (volume, velocity, variety veracity and value) using real world examples;|
|3.||Apply architectural components and programming models of commonly used Big Data;|
|4.||Install and execute a technological solution using open-source software framework.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Laboratory Work||Practical Lab work||30%|
|Case Study||Group assignment and presentation||30%|
|Test||Knowledge Test (1 hour)||25%|
|Laboratory Work||Weekly Practical Lab Work||25%|
|Examination||Final Written Examination (3 hours)||50%|
Big data fundamentals: Concepts, drivers & techniques
Erl, T., Khattak, W., & Buhler. P. (2016)
Prentice Hall: Boston, MA
Hands-On Data Science with Anaconda
Yan, Y. & Yan, J. (2018)
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