Tag: Information Modeling

Recommendation Systems for Interactive Multimedia Entertainment

Abstract: In the era of internet has embarked on World Wide Web for searching or knowing any information about any topic which has resulted in humongous information load. Access to open source creates ever-growing content on web, where user will succumb to thousands of arrays of options available, when seeking for any product or services. As the entertainment industry is no way an exception, optimization of user’s choice is of utmost importance.

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What are The Benefits of Getting an EIN Online?

What is an EIN? An EIN is an employer identification number, or a tax identification number used by the internal revenue service uses to identify your business for tax purposes. Getting an EIN number applies to several different people and to figure out if you need one you must take into consideration several different aspects:

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“Technology enabled Health” – Insights from Twitter Analytics with a Socio-Technical Perspective

International Journal of Information Management, Vol 43, pp 85-97.
Highlights: We investigate the nature of discussion on “Technology enabled health” in Twitter.The study identifies the top technologies in health domain. The study explores the nature of discussions surrounding disease categories. The inter-dependency in terms of usage between technology and diseases is illustrated.
Authors: Purva Grover, Arpan Kumar Kar, Gareth Davies

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Big data with cognitive computing: A review for the future

Abstract : Analysis of data by humans can be a time-consuming activity and thus use of sophisticated cognitive systems can be utilized to crunch this enormous amount of data. Cognitive computing can be utilized to reduce the shortcomings of the concerns faced during big data analytics. The aim of the study is to provide readers a complete understanding of past, present and future directions in the domain big data and cognitive computing. A systematic literature review has been adopted for this study by using the Scopus, DBLP and Web of Science databases. The work done in the field of big data and cognitive computing is currently at the nascent stage and this is evident from the publication record. The characteristics of cognitive computing, namely observation, interpretation, evaluation and decision were mapped to the five V’s of big data namely volume, variety, veracity, velocity and value. Perspectives which touch all these parameters are yet to be widely explored in existing literature.

Journal: International Journal of Information Management (Elsevier)

Authors: Shivam Gupta, Arpan Kumar Kar, Abdullah Baabdullah, Wassan A.A Al-Khowaiter

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Engage Your Customers At The Right Time With The Right Message: 2017 Personalization Must-Haves

A Gartner study released way back in 2015 stated that companies that “fully invested” in all kinds of personalization outfits by 2018 will outsell companies that haven’t by 20%. Now this is a huge number – irrespective of the fact that there is a large amount of B2B and B2C businesses functioning currently. And with 2018 just around the corner (well, not technically – it is still 8 months away), it is vital to embrace personalization faster than ever. Continue reading “Engage Your Customers At The Right Time With The Right Message: 2017 Personalization Must-Haves”

Do organizations change their personality before and after critical events – Insights from Twitter Analytics

Social media and big data have been in high focus due to their potentially huge impact on business, society and polity. As more and more data gets created in social media directly by organizations and more importantly, through user generated content, the importance of mining this data was recognized. This research contributes to the same domain and peruses the twitter community before and after an event which is a major breakthrough for an economy. Such an event could be an election for a nation or an economic budget announcement for a country. In this study, the event being monitored is the Union Budget 2016 in India and try to track the conversations surrounding the budget on twitter among the corporates and individual influencers.  Continue reading “Do organizations change their personality before and after critical events – Insights from Twitter Analytics”

A Review of Machine Learning Algorithms and Applications

With the explosion of data generation, getting optimal solutions to data driven problems is increasingly becoming a challenge, if not impossible.The importance of machine learning algorithms, which can handle this burst of data and assist in intelligent decision making, is thus realised among data scientists. Within this category of machine learning algorithms, a special focus area is bio-inspired algorithms. This review article provides the readers some inputs on the advances in the domain of bio inspired algorithms and their potential applications across domains.
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Binary Options Strategies That Work

Trading binary options is becoming increasingly popular among the traders on Forex market. It is fast and engaging, making you stay focused on a given task in front of you. Additionally, you have to pay close attention to even the tiniest details and act quickly at any times. It is one of the most dynamic ways of trading today and the payoff can be really high if you use a solid binary options trading strategy. Continue reading “Binary Options Strategies That Work”

IT Analytics Market poised for Growth to 9.2 Bn USD in 2020 (Sample Report Available)

Zion Research has published a new technical industry analysis article titled “Information Technology Operations Analytics Market by Software Solution. Focus of this report is on Visual Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine  Learning, Predictive Analytics, User Behavior Analytics, Precinct Analytics and Root Cause Analytics, for Real-Time Log Management, Application Performance Management, Infrastructure Management, Network and Security Management and Others Applications. According to this technical analysis, the global demand for IT Analytics, which was earlier valued at 2.5 billion USD in 2014, is expected to grow to a volume of 9.2 billion USD in 2020. This means a CAGR  growth of 23.7% between 2015 and 2020 for the industry, which promises to provide great dividends to the domain experts of analytics. Continue reading “IT Analytics Market poised for Growth to 9.2 Bn USD in 2020 (Sample Report Available)”

Facebook’s Safety Check Feature

A lot of turmoil and natural calamities are hitting us these days. While a very large percentage of the digitally enabled population of this world is on Facebook, the company provides a novel way to let people and relatives of a family know that they are safe, in case a natural calamity happens to pass in the location a particular facebook user is, at the point of time. The latest example where people has been using this feature is in the Calcutta or Kolkata calamity where a major bridge broke down burying hundreds of citizens and wounding a lot more. This was a small innovative way that potential affected users of Facebook could let their social circles know that they are safe. Continue reading “Facebook’s Safety Check Feature”