JSON configuration file required to work with Zingg

Zingg comes with a command-line script that invokes spark-submit. This script needs a JSON configuration file to define the input data and match types, location of training data, models, and output.

Sample configuration files are defined at examples/febrl and examples/febrl120k.

The following sections describe the different JSON attributes of the configuration to get Zingg to work with your data.

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