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SecondString

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SecondString is a Java toolkit for developing and evaluating approximate string comparision operators. It includes abstract classes for various edit-distance based comparators, concrete implementations of several published approximate comparators, a suit

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Intended Audience

Science/Research

Programming Language

Java

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2003-03-07

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