Re: please help: fault-tolerant search, fuzzy search

Anthony Cowden (cowden@sonalysts.com)
Tue, 4 Aug 1998 01:51:55 +0200 (MET DST)

Zeljko Cancarevic wrote:
>
> Hi all!
>
> Can anybody help me with getting some information on the following
> topics:
> - approximate string matching
> - fuzzy search
> - neural nets and full-text retrieval
> - other fault-tolerant methods of information retrieval (especially
> n-grams!)
>
> Any hint (such as a book reference or WWW-adress) would do.
> 'cause I'm a little "in" these topics, I offer my help, too.
>
> Greetings,
> Steffen Ripke (please e-mail: Steffen.Ripke@tu-clausthal.de)

Check out Fuzzy Query at http://www.sonalysts.com/fq.html .

Although it does not support the use of fuzzy logic in searching text
strings, I think many people are overlooking the difficulty in using SQL
with NUMERIC data...and in this area Fuzzy Query provides a SUPERIOR
solution!

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Anthony Cowden, Manager, Fuzzy Systems Solutions 
Sonalysts, Inc.
Fuzzy Systems Solutions: http://www.sonalysts.com/fuzzy.html
Fuzzy Query (TM): http://www.sonalysts.com/fq.html

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