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Efficient techniques for fuzzy and partial matching in MongoDB

A pretty interesting post by John Page:

This blogpost describes a number of techniques, in MongoDB, for efficiently finding documents that have a number of similar attributes to a supplied query whilst not being an exact match. This concept of “Fuzzy” searching allows users to avoid the risks of failing to find important information due to slight differences in how was entered.

In the presented incarnation, these 4 solutions are MongoDB specific, but some of them could be easily generalized.

Original title and link: Efficient techniques for fuzzy and partial matching in MongoDB (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://ilearnasigoalong.blogspot.com/2013/10/efficient-techniques-for-fuzzy-and.html