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Improving Efficiency of Map Reduce Paradigm with ANFIS for Big Data


Author(s):

Gor Vatsal H. , NarNarayan Shashtri Institute of Technology Jetalpur , Ahmedabad , India; Prof. Vatika Tayal, NarNarayan Shashtri Institute of Technology Jetalpur , Ahmedabad , India

Keywords:

Big Data, fuzzy Neural Network, ANFIS, Map Reduce, Hadoop

Abstract:

As all we know that map reduce paradigm is became synonyms for computing big data problems like processing, generating and/or deducing large scale of data sets. Hadoop is a well know framework for these types of problems. The problems for solving big data related problems are varies from their size , their nature either they are repetitive or not etc., so depending upon that various solutions or way have been suggested for different types of situations and problems. Here a hybrid approach is used which combines map reduce paradigm with anfis which is aimed to boost up such problems which are likely to repeat whole map reduce process multiple times.


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Manuscript Id :IJSTEV1I12055
Published in :Volume : 1, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/07/2015
Page(s): 72-75
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