Re: fuzzy string matching

Frank V. Castellucci (fcastel@ibm.net)
Mon, 31 May 1999 16:54:07 +0200 (MET DST)

> In general, we can say that there are three types of
> error when dealing with text:
> 1) grammar (requires functions from string.h);
> 2) syntax (requires parsing a sentence and identifying words);
> 3) semantics (requires some AI tool; fuzzy logic?).

I believe that #3 requires completion and classification of the string concepts
(a,b) in order to measure their semantic closeness.

Frank V. Castellucci
Monkey Boy

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