Categorical data fusion using auxiliary information

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Fosdick, Bailey K.; DeYoreo, Maria; Reiter, Jerome P.;

In data fusion, analysts seek to combine information from two databases comprised of disjoint sets of individuals, in which some variables appear in both databases and other variables appear in only one database. Most data fusion techniques rely on variants of condition... View more
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