Seminar: Professor Matthew Roughan (University of Adelaide)

Loading Map....

TITLE: Algebras and the Record Linkage Problem
Date: Wednesday, 30 September 2015

6:00pm – 6:30pm: Refreshments
6:30pm – 7:30pm: Lecture
7:45pm – onward: Dinner

Norman Gregg Lecture Theatre, Edward Ford Building, University of Sydney.
(Room:Main entrance of the building – straight ahead to the end – turn right – room at the end of the corridor,

Professor Matthew Roughan (University of Adelaide)

TITLE: Algebras and the Record Linkage Problem

Abstract: Record Linkage is the process of finding matching records in one or more databases when they lack a common key. When the data contain errors, a common approach is modelling the probability of pairwise matches, and then choosing only the high-probability links. However, that ignores the larger scale structure of the problem which may be important for some problems, particularly those involving many datasets. In this talk, I will discuss some initial ideas related to using the entire graph of matching data, in particular the use of algebraic operators from group theory on the problem.

Biography of Prof. Matthew Roughan

Prof. Matthew Roughan has worked in the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Adelaide since 2004. His research interests range from stochastic modelling to measurement and management of networks like the Internet, but more recently have been branching out into other types of network.

Seminar: Professor Matthew Roughan (University of Adelaide)
When: 30/09/2015
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost: Free
Location: University of Sydney, School of Public Health,
Edward Ford Bld,

Leave a Comment


Get the latest posts delivered to your mailbox:

Show Buttons
Share On Facebook
Share On Twitter
Share On Google Plus
Share On Linkdin
Contact us
Hide Buttons