Explore or Exploit? Effective Strategies for Disambiguating Large Databases


Data ambiguity is inherent in applications such as data integration, location-based services, and sensor monitoring. In many situations, it is possible to “clean”, or remove, ambiguities from these databases. For example, the GPS location of a user is inexact due to measurement errors, but context information (e.g., what a user is doing) can be used to… (More)

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