Research on Supply Chain Application based on Big Data

AUTHORS

Antonio Risi,University of Turin, Italy
Pietro Schipani,University of Turin, Italy

ABSTRACT

With the advent of the information age, the application of big data in supply chain management between different industries has become more and more extensive. The methods and ways to obtain big data and various data types determine the type of big data and whether it can obtain technology for enterprises. The competitive advantage in the market promotes the development of various industries. This article is based on the basic concepts of the big data supply chain and the research of related theoretical methods by experts and scholars. Summarizes the current application status of big data in supply chain management, and provides certain support for future in-depth exploration. Quantitatively analyze the keywords of 601 English documents on the topic of "big data supply chain" obtained by crawlers. And based on scientific research methods, the quantitative data transformed by the text content is sorted, summarized, and analyzed. Then according to the summary content, the current research hotspots of the big data supply chain are compared and analyzed, and the future development direction of big data application in the supply chain is predicted.

 

KEYWORDS

Big data, Supply chain, Cluster analysis, Social network analysis

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CITATION

  • APA:
    Risi,A.& Schipani,P.(2018). Research on Supply Chain Application based on Big Data. International Journal of Smart Business and Technology, 6(1), 1-14. 10.21742/IJSBT.2018.6.1.01
  • Harvard:
    Risi,A., Schipani,P.(2018). "Research on Supply Chain Application based on Big Data". International Journal of Smart Business and Technology, 6(1), pp.1-14. doi:10.21742/IJSBT.2018.6.1.01
  • IEEE:
    [1] A.Risi, P.Schipani, "Research on Supply Chain Application based on Big Data". International Journal of Smart Business and Technology, vol.6, no.1, pp.1-14, Jun. 2018
  • MLA:
    Risi Antonio and Schipani Pietro. "Research on Supply Chain Application based on Big Data". International Journal of Smart Business and Technology, vol.6, no.1, Jun. 2018, pp.1-14, doi:10.21742/IJSBT.2018.6.1.01

ISSUE INFO

  • Volume 6, No. 1, 2018
  • ISSN(p):2288-8969
  • ISSN(e):2207-516X
  • Published:Jun. 2018

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