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    hi,
    what is:

    1-Phonetic similarity.
    2-Pattern Congruity.
    3-non-uniqueness.

    Thank you in advance.

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    What's your understanding of these?

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    phonetic similarity is used to compare two data strings that may be spelled differently but sound the same

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