OK, It seems that after some additional time I was finally able to mark all these invalid matches to be ignored at the end of my Match list (at last for now), so i would like to only ask MH how exactly the Smart Matching search query is built in case that result of matching people records says for example that quality of match is 56% and I am not able to find any major data (names, parents, siblings, children, birth/death dates) in both compared records which would be the same or very similar. From MH user perspective the qaulity of this match is 0% in this case, isn't it?
Unfortunately I am unfamiliar with the internal workings of the SmartMatch searching system however we are aware that there are some troubles with this provideng users with matches like you have mentioned.
We are currently working on the SmatMatch system and it is undergoing a massive overhaul which will greatly improve the system and provide users with the best possible matches thus cutting down time spent on matches that are of lesser quality and or with no relevant matching information.
We hope to have this up and running in the near future.
...we are aware that there are some troubles with this provideng users with matches like you have mentioned.
We are currently working on the SmatMatch system and it is undergoing a massive overhaul which will greatly improve the system....
LOL. I have been away from MH since last autumn, and come back to see that as far as "Smart" Matches are concerned, nothing has changed. It's still providing junk and they're still working on it. Maybe next year...
What is really needed there is a way to weed out results that contain no supporting records or documentation whatsoever (I don't need to see the actual documentation, just want an indication that a particular item does or doesn't have a source citation). There also needs to be an easily accessible filter to allow you to set a minimum standard (the current Smart Match Settings control is not much use; there may be another filter but I haven't found it yet).
Record Matches and Record Detective, on the other hand, now seem to be providing accurate and helpful results. I see definite improvement there.
Unfortunatelly I didn't find any simple trick for this, I had just to click manualy on web page of my Smart Matches one by one to be ignored - fortunatelly my Smart matches ist includes only about 10 pages now. It seemed at the beginning that every ignored record brought several new to the list which appeared on the top of the list to be accepted/rejected but it seems that they were only non-sence duplicates sorted somehow between older records and finally only relevant matches left on the top of my list. I don't understand the behaviour why it happend at all, my only ( maybe too optimistic) hope is that somebody from MH willl explain it to me anyhow.
Would the way Records are displayed be changed? Currently it says just "Person in MyHeritage Family Trees". It would be easier instead of "in MyHeritage Family Trees" it would say the tree the reference comes from.