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QuestionFast Name Matching Pin
RichardGrimmer2-Sep-15 2:13
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After suggestions for algorithms, products or anything else in the arena of high performance name matching.

Background - we allow our clients to upload a list of names to our systems, and then we screen those names against a list we hold on our side looking for matches. Ballpark figures are ~500K uploaded records being compared against >5M on our side.

We've currently got a couple of ways of doing this, from a Sql DB & Entity Framework (no giggling at the back), to a full on in-memory dictionary with all possible parts of every name broken out and indexed (I said no giggling).

I'm looking for high performance, high accuracy matching, and it would be nice if I could also do things like distance matching (probably using Levenstein), but the core matching needs to be as fast as possible.

I'm considering an in-memory Sql instance (not ideal), Apache Solr (not sure, never used it) etc and I was wondering if any of you had experience and could make some recommendations
C# has already designed away most of the tedium of C++.

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