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Sponsoring ICIQ This Weekend

11.11.10

By Mike Betron, Infoglide Software Director of Marketing Infoglide Software is a proud sponsor of the 15th International Conference on Information Quality (ICIQ). The 2010 edition of this annual event is being hosted this weekend by the George W. Dohaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Researchers […]

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Garbage In, Garbage Out? Not Necessarily.

03.24.10

By Douglas Wood, Infoglide Senior Vice President One of the oldest phrases in computer science seems to still be in vogue. “Garbage in, garbage out” (GIGO) is a term coined during the early days of the computing industry. It pointed out that the value of computer systems of the day were entirely dependent upon their […]

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Architectures for Entity Resolution-Part 2

03.10.10

By John Talburt, PhD, CDMP, Director, UALR Laboratory for Advanced Research in Entity Resolution and Information Quality (ERIQ) In the last post we examined how entity resolution (ER) systems are actually implemented, starting with the most basic merge/purge process and heterogeneous join systems. Both of these approaches focus on collecting equivalent references from among the […]

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Healthcare Identity Resolution Confusion

01.20.10

By Robert Barker, Infoglide Senior VP & Chief Marketing Officer Confusion about medical records can lead to chaos. We’ve all heard horror stories about hospital tragedies caused by misidentification of a patient, such as applying an unnecessary surgery. It’s hard to overemphasize the importance of correct, unambiguous information in the practice of medicine. Knowing as […]

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Measuring Entity Resolution Accuracy

10.21.09

By John Talburt, PhD, CDMP, Director, UALR Laboratory for Advanced Research in Entity Resolution and Information Quality (ERIQ) In the last post we looked at the problem of comparing two entity resolution (ER) outcomes.  If S represents a list of entity references, then the effect of applying an ER process is to divide S into […]

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