Müller, M. E.Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
What is knowledge and how is it represented? This book focuses on the idea of formalising knowledge as relations, interpreting knowledge represented in databases or logic programs as relational data and discovering new knowledge by identifying hidden and defining new relations. After a brief introduction to representational issues, the author develops a relational language for abstract machine learning problems. He then uses this language to discuss traditional methods such as clustering and decision tree induction, before moving onto two previously underestimated topics that are just coming to the fore: rough set data analysis and inductive logic programming. Its clear and precise presentation is ideal for undergraduate computer science students. The book will also interest those who study artificial intelligence or machine learning at the graduate level. Exercises are provided and each concept is introduced using the same example domain, making it easier to compare the individual properties of different approaches.
Online Cambridge Core
Iafrate, FernandoLondon : John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2015.
A pragmatic approach to Big Data by taking the reader on a journey between Big Data (what it is) and the Smart Data (what it is for). Today's decision making can be reached via information (related to the data), knowledge (related to people and processes), and timing (the capacity to decide, act and react at the right time). The huge increase in volume of data traffic, and its format (unstructured data such as blogs, logs, and video) generated by the "digitalization" of our world modifies radically our relationship to the space (in motion) and time, dimension and by capillarity, the enterprise vision of performance monitoring and optimization.
Online Wiley Online Library
Apache Hive cookbook : easy, hands-on recipes to help you understand Hive and its integration with frameworks that are used widely in today's big data worldBansal, HanishBirmingham, UK : Packt Publishing, .
Easy, hands-on recipes to help you understand Hive and its integration with frameworks that are used widely in today's big data world About This Book * Grasp a complete reference of different Hive topics. * Get to know the latest recipes in development in Hive including CRUD operations * Understand Hive internals and integration of Hive with different frameworks used in today's world. Who This Book Is For The book is intended for those who want to start in Hive or who have basic understanding of Hive framework. Prior knowledge of basic SQL command is also required What You Will Learn * Learn different features and offering on the latest Hive * Understand the working and structure of the Hive internals * Get an insight on the latest development in Hive framework * Grasp the concepts of Hive Data Model * Master the key concepts like Partition, Buckets and Statistics * Know how to integrate Hive with other frameworks such as Spark, Accumulo, etc In Detail Hive was developed by Facebook and later open sourced in Apache community. Hive provides SQL like interface to run queries on Big Data frameworks. Hive provides SQL like syntax also called as HiveQL that includes all SQL capabilities like analytical functions which are the need of the hour in today's Big Data world. This book provides you easy installation steps with different types of metastores supported by Hive. This book has simple and easy to learn recipes for configuring Hive clients and services. You would also learn different Hive optimizations including Partitions and Bucketing. The book also covers the source code explanation of latest Hive version. Hive Query Language is being used by other frameworks including spark. Towards the end you will cover integration of Hive with these frameworks. Style and approach Starting with the basics and covering the core concepts with the practical usage, this book is a complete guide to learn and explore Hive offerings.