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conflation

(database)
Combining or blending of two or more versions of a text; confusion or mixing up. Conflation algorithms are used in databases.

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To get the best spatial and attribute information from both sources, conflation technology was developed.
Tier 3 offers a unique, proprietary data conflation solution called G-Conflate that provides its customers with a proven, cost effective mechanism to spatially re-locate existing GIS asset data to a more spatially accurate NAVTEQ road network without compromising data integrity.
I disagree with Page's conflation of the unconscious with repression in his discussion of this pain.
We will be concerned as much with conflation in general as with event paths, since I believe that neither phenomenon can be understood in isolation from the other.
What Gates does that is remarkably new is the conflation of Wheatley and Jefferson, and how they, in their differences, helped to mold the black literary tradition.
The conflation of language and race and language protection with racism is one of the nastiest pieces of propaganda the anti-Welsh lobby uses.
The human conflation of evidence--something that bears traces of past events--and of mnemonic device--something that triggers a flow not of information but of remembrances and impressions from the past--is not uncommon in the daily life of objects.
The Nyingma Institute edition of the Derge, largely illegible, is corrupted by conflation with other Derge witnesses, including the "Karmapa" Delhi reprint.
Lonergan's critical cognitional theory, epistemology, and metaphysics complement and correct Derrida's conflation of the human project with the interplay between the constructive and transgressive moments of interpretation.
Thus there's the traditional The Manchester Angel and The Tale of Tam Lin set alongside a sparkling a capella close harmony version of her self-penned family biography Panchpuran, an inspired sprightly jazzed conflation of Andy Irvine's Blood & Gold with a slowed down piano accompanied reading of Buffy St Marie's The Universal Soldier, and Goffin-King classic Goin' Back.
Historical critics have faulted Miles's casual conflation of the synoptic gospels and John into one all-purpose narrative, and his use of the doctrine of the Incarnation to interpret texts that predate it.
Sloane's loopy conflation of war-related tragedy, movie magic and government overbearance is pretty puzzling in itself, and whatever he and Darabont are trying to say with all of this is, at best, unclear, and at worst, an outright lie.