Probabilistic matching, Advanced Statistics

Probabilistic matching is a method developed to maximize the accuracy of the linkage decisions based on the level of agreement and disagreement among the identifiers on different records in data bases. Used in the record linkage applications when there are no exclusive personal identifiers available.  

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