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I would begin by Super Searching for edit distance. word similarity measure and Creating Dictionaries may also be helpful, as may be the work of Ted Pedersen, in particular, his Ngram Statistics Package.

HTH,

planetscape

In reply to Re: Search for similar strings - to standardise by planetscape
in thread Search for similar strings - to standardise by Sanjay

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