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Parallel Image Processing from Cloud using CUDA and HADOOP Architecture: A Novel Approach

  title={Parallel Image Processing from Cloud using CUDA and HADOOP Architecture: A Novel Approach},
  author={M. T. Thirthe Gowda},
In There is an increased, large quantity if data with the super-resolution quality data, hence there is an increased demand in high quality image data. This requirements causes a challenge in disk space in single PC or computers. A primary solution to employ the storage of large quantity of high quality is provided by use of Cloud computing. The proposed approach uses a Hadoop based remote sensing image processing system (HBRSIPS) which is used in areas of big data analysis, particularly text… 

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