We’re thrilled to announce the latest version of Rosette (1.11). It’s a big one — lots of exciting new features, enhancements, and improvements. We hope you’ll check it out! TL; DR check the release notes. Entities: Enhanced Extraction and Linking with New Types Rosette Entity Extraction & Linking now recognizes 700 new classes of entities […]
Name matching is the process of comparing two names by measuring the similarity between them to determine how likely they are to be a match.
Name matching has been a challenge because names vary in myriad ways and come from many cultures and languages which each have their own customs for nicknames or shortening names.
Rosette solves the name matching challenges with a linguistic, statistics-based system that compares and matches names of people, places, and organizations despite their many variations. Built by linguistics experts, our name matching is unrivaled in its ability to connect entities with high adaptability, precision, and scalability. With fluency across 17 languages and a deep understanding of the linguistic complexities of names, Rosette is the first choice for name matching.
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Names are inherently complex to analyze, match, and resolve in any language, but Thai names in particular are uniquely challenging to understand and match. Naming conventions in Thailand have a fascinating history and evolution that must be understood in order to build a name matching model that can parse Thai names properly. If your data […]
What about Farsi, Dari, and Tajik? The modern Persian language has a lengthy history, with spoken roots going back 4,000-5,000 years. Since then, the language has evolved enormously in response to geopolitical events, technological advancements, and cultural blending to create the language spoken by 110 million people today. Rosette 1.10.1 recently added Persian sentiment analysis […]
What to do when it seems like every man in Greece is named Giorgos Papadopoulos? Greek names are getting more attention these days as more Greek citizens bank internationally. Why? Intelligent name matching is fundamental to verify identities in many high-stakes verticals including financial compliance, border security, and customer management. So, as several Rosette customers […]
Match and translate Greek names • Extract sentiment from Persian text Rosette text analytics enables users to extract value from unstructured text. All of our capabilities are engineered with a multilingual architecture that enables expansion to any language. By processing text in the native language, Rosette delivers higher accuracy than solutions that rely on machine […]
Honoring the 100th anniversary of the first phonetic name matching patent One hundred years ago on April 12, 1918, the patent for Soundex, the first phonetic name matching system, was issued. While Rosette name matching is a hybrid of many methods, phonetics play a key role in laying the groundwork for the powerful and accurate […]
Know Identity Conference panelists explain what identity means in a digital world Identity is a word we use to talk about the physical entities behind something: real-world people, places, and organizations. However every entity many have many aliases and digital representations that all refer to the same core identity. As more industries and processes become […]
Rosette Cloud 1.9 is out, delivering a new language for name matching, translation, and deduplication: Thai. We’ve also added a new deep neural network model for sentiment analysis, entity extraction offsets, salience scores for topic extraction, and more. Learn more below, or jump to the release notes. Name Matching The /name-similarity, /name-translation, and /name-deduplication endpoints […]
Methods of name matching and their respective strengths and weaknesses In a structured database, names are often treated the same as metadata for some other field like an email, phone number, or an ID number. But what happens if you only have a name to lookup a record? This happens quite frequently since humans tend […]