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Phonetic algorithms for matching strings have been discussed in context to English language by various researchers from SoundEx
[8,9], Metaphone [10,11] and Phonix .
representations of city name and street name were calculated.
es un algoritmo de codificacion fonetica, que convierte una palabra en un codigo .
MatchUp's sophisticated algorithms for fuzzy matching include exact, phonetic, Soundex
, containment, frequency, numerics only, and others.
More complex algorithms based on Levenshtein distance (Levenshtein 1966) or soundex
(NARA 2010) were not used, as Airport Limousine's clientele has similar demographic profiles and similar address samples were readily available in the historical data.
Index to Petitions for Naturalization filed in Federal, Slate, and Local Courts located in New York City, 1792-1989 (New York, NY: National Archives and Records Administration, Northeast Region: "Classified Ad 8," The New York Amsterdam News, September 18, 1937, 23; Roi Ottley, New World A-Coming: Inside Black America (Cleveland, OH: The World Publishing Company, 1945), 55.
In anticipation of possible new misspellings and transcription errors, a Soundex
phonetic algorithm was applied to the cause of death field during classification.
A well-known example especially for the English language is the Soundex
algorithm--patented by Russell--for indexing names by sound.
To cite Wiktionary, a Soundex
is a "phonetic algorithm for indexing names by their English pronunciation, based on the most probably significant consonants, so that a search for a misspelled name may find the desired one.
The purpose of the Soundex
code [is to cluster together names that have similar sounds MVA, 02].
The component also includes standard Soundex
functionality, as seen in MySQL and Oracle databases.