This course on the Big Data phenomenon is given in French in the TIDE master to students who follow in parallel several data mining and statistical learning courses. As such, the following notes do not cover those aspects but focus more on practical and conceptual impacts of moving from "small" data to "medium" and then "large" data. The course remains rather non technical and should therefore be accessible to master students with a reasonable background in computer science and statistics.
This course is also given in English in the MMMEF master. For this master, the course includes a primer on data mining methods.
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In order to pass the course, students are expected to study a paper (and associated papers and tutorials) and to demonstrate understanding it contents. This is done by providing a few page long written summary of the paper discussing its content and by giving an oral presentation. A selection of papers is given below.
Alternatively, students who have access to high performance computers can implement a large data processing proof of concept.