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Information integration

Information integration (II) is the merging of information from heterogeneous sources with differing conceptual, contextual and typographical representations. It is used in data mining and consolidation of data from unstructured or semi-structured resources. Typically, information integration refers to textual representations of knowledge but is sometimes applied to rich-media content. Information fusion, which is a related term, involves the combination of information into a new set of information towards reducing redundancy and uncertainty.

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Total Publications
Lifetime
13,461
Prior Five Years
4,507
Total Citations
Lifetime
164,974
Prior Five Years
56,200
Total Scholars
Lifetime
18,611
Prior Five Years
15,328

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