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|Title:||Big Data Technology for Comparative Study of KMeans and Fuzzy C-Means Algorithms Performance|
T. S. Kania
L. K. Wardhani
|Abstract:||Big data is technology that has the ability to manage very large amounts of data, in very fast time to allow real-time analysis and reactions. Several clustering methods which are used to group data are Fuzzy C-Means (FCM) and K-Means Clustering. K-Means Clustering algorithm is a method of partitioning existing data into two or more group. This research goal was to compare the performance of KMeans and Fuzzy C-Means algorithms in clustering data using ig data technology. In this research, Hadoop and Hive were chosen the big data technology. The knowledge of Shia history on student and lecturer of Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University Jakarta were the data which used in this research, The testing was done by constructing application K-Means Fuzzy C-Means using Java language, Hadoop and Hive and then test the performance of K-Means and Fuzzy C-Means algorithms in data clustering. It compares both algorithms in terms of accuracy, execution time, and time complexity of the algorithms. In the application K-Means Fuzzy C-Means, evaluation were performed with data filter and the average accuracy difference result of K-Means and Fuzzy C-Means is 8.03% with the better accuracy owned by K-Means. The average execution time difference is 718.58 ms, which K-Means was faster than is Fuzzy C-Means. The time complexities of both algorithms have the same value O(n2) and the Big O equation esulted in an average difference of 93,568 with the smallest value on K-Means. Thus, K-Means algorithm is better than the Fuzzy C-Means in terms of accuracy, execution time, and the time complexity|
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