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Too Much Data? Then "Good Enough" is Good Enough

ChelleChelle (969883) writes | more than 3 years ago

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ChelleChelle (969883) writes " Today’s data systems differ greatly from those of the past. While classic systems could offer crisp answers due to the relatively small amount of data they contained, today’s systems hold humongous amounts of data content—thus, the data quality and meaning is often fuzzy. In this article, Microsoft’s Pat Helland examines the ways in which today’s answers differ from what we used to expect, before moving on to state the criteria for a new theory and taxonomy of data."

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