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Machop: an End-to-End Generalized Entity Matching Framework [article]

Jin Wang, Yuliang Li, Wataru Hirota, Eser Kandogan
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we introduce the problem of Generalized Entity Matching (GEM) that satisfies these practical requirements and presents an end-to-end pipeline Machop as the solution.  ...  Real-world applications frequently seek to solve a general form of the Entity Matching (EM) problem to find associated entities.  ...  To this end, we propose Machop, an end-to-end pipeline as the solution (Figure 2 ).  ... 
arXiv:2206.04853v1 fatcat:thnunzccqvhepnf4bico4fzjiy

The BLISS programming language: a history

Ronald F. Brender
2002 Software, Practice & Experience  
BLISS has a number of unusual characteristics: it is typeless, requires use of an explicit contents of operator (written as a period or 'dot'), takes an algorithmic approach to data structure definition  ...  , has no goto, is an expression language, and has an unusually rich compile-time language.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS It is truly impossible to credit everyone who has made a significant contribution to the development and evolution of BLISS over the last 30 years.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spe.470 fatcat:g2j3x6wed5bljhyx3xprwbryrm

Fisheries Catch Reconstructions in the Western Indian Ocean, 1950-2010

Frédéric Le Manach, Pauly, D. (Daniel)
Thus, this report suggests that it is time to devote more attention to coastal fisheries and to rehabilitate them, e.g., as achieved in Southern Kenya, where strong, positive interactions between governments  ...  But they should not forget their domestic fisheries because they are the ones that ensure — or at least contribute — to the (sea)food security of their populations.  ...  According to the latter author, the Kenyan Nations, New York, NY (USA). 729 p. United Nations (1955)  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0354315 fatcat:75ecnvf57jdynofkw4hhhrbh44