Definition of Big Data
Storing large amount of data for collection, identification, analysis in a process of series of business
The area of data storage through various digital devices and the data collected valuable information in finding and clearly to convey information to the person or organization you want to sell
analysis. Often, some of the suppliers shortlisted by the managers’ gut feelings were not able to meet the technical design or budget requirements, wasting engineers’ and buyers’ time. Although it was not a big data project, the same notion applies; analysis must be incorporated to make more effective decisions so that the company can operate businesses in more effective and smart way.
Big data is not only huge, but also has various styles
and fast circulation speed. It is hard to manage and analysis
in existing technologies.
3 components of Big Data- 3V
It is increasing that even general companies handle data
size of terabyte ~ petabyte.
Among the us companies, there are more than one third of
analysis. As most of the profits are coming from item market, the attention was focused on the item market.
2.3 Data Analysis and Results
Data and information were mainly collected from the survey and internet.
Economical concepts used in this project includes monopoly market, marginal cost and revenue, profit maximization, consumer and producer surplus, utility, demand curve, willingness
Data offer present condition of the retrieve target country
3.2 Patent Map
Patent Map is analysis result that use MicroPatent company's patent analysis Tool “Aureka”, and there is meaning that whole technology takes a view of patent's distribution chart by (Keyword base) at a look. Height means high density extent (Number) of literature in contour line image and closeness of line displ