gaz table — A gaz table is used to standardize place names and associate that input with (a) input tokens ( See the section called “Input Tokens”) and (b) standardized representations.
A gaz (short for gazeteer) table is used to classify place names and associate that input with the section called “Input Tokens” and (b) standardized representations. For example if you are in US, you may load these with State Names and associated abbreviations.
A gaz table has at least the following columns in the table. You may add more columns if you wish for your own purposes.
Primary key of table
integer: definition number? - identifer used for that instance of the word
text: the input word
text: the standardized replacement word
integer: the kind of word it is. Only if it is used in this context will it be replaced. Refer to PAGC Tokens.