Big data in data processing systems appear either from their source (Big Source Data), or as a result of processing (Big Processable Data).

The amount of Big Source Data depends on two factors: the data’s source (in business, it is a business process) and the necessary (for example, for a business management) information. Both of these factors are specific for requirements to a particular data processing system; they do not depend on how the data processed.

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