Record Matching : Improving Performance in Classification Cyju

@inproceedings{Varghese2011RecordM,
  title={Record Matching : Improving Performance in Classification Cyju},
  author={Elizabeth M Varghese and G. Naveen Sundar},
  year={2011}
}
Duplication detection identifies the records that represent the same real-world entity. This is a vital process in data integration. Record matching refers to the task of finding entries that refer to the same entity in two or more files. Performing record matching solves the duplication detection problems; hence the needs for identifying the suitable record matching technique follow. Supervised methods are the current techniques used for duplication detection. This requires the user to provide… CONTINUE READING

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