Big Data and cloud computing: innovation opportunities and challenges

@article{Yang2017BigDA,
  title={Big Data and cloud computing: innovation opportunities and challenges},
  author={Chaowei Phil Yang and Qunying Huang and Zhenlong Li and Kai Liu and Fei Hu},
  journal={International Journal of Digital Earth},
  year={2017},
  volume={10},
  pages={13 - 53}
}
ABSTRACT Big Data has emerged in the past few years as a new paradigm providing abundant data and opportunities to improve and/or enable research and decision-support applications with unprecedented value for digital earth applications including business, sciences and engineering. At the same time, Big Data presents challenges for digital earth to store, transport, process, mine and serve the data. Cloud computing provides fundamental support to address the challenges with shared computing… 
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