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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Entity resolution, which seeks to identify records that represent the same entity, is an important step in many data integration and data cleaning applications. However, entity resolution is challenging both in terms of scalability (all-against-all comparisons are computationally impractical) and result quality (syntactic evidence on record equivalence is often equivocal). As a result, end-to-end entity resolution proposals involve several stages, including blocking to efficiently identifydoi:10.1007/978-3-662-54037-4_2 fatcat:qutwwdefi5fztmvxsqsen4go4e