A probabilistic geocoding system utilising a parcel based address file
It is estimated that between 80% and 90% of governmental data collections contain address information, Geocoding - the process of assigning geographic coordinates to addresses - is becoming increasingly important in application areas that involve the analysis and mining of such data. In many cases, address records are captured and/or stored in a free-form or inconsistent manner. This fact complicates the task of accurately matching such addresses to spatially-annotated reference data. In this...[Show more]
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