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a classification of organisms into groups based on similarities of structure or origin etc

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(biology) study of the general principles of scientific classification

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Instead, an increasing-returns worldview, supported by classification theory, would suggest that our current highly specific phenomenologically constrained domain statement would continue to, as do, for example, arbitrary limitations on trade (in the national-boundaries sense), unduly encumber (in the discipline-domain sense), the "snowball" benefits from a "comparative advantage" magnifier as new ideas become available through theoretical, methodological, and instrument-choice openness.
Brown's view of classification theory was based on his opinion that classifications of knowledge were developed by thinkers who inevitably placed their own "pet subject of study in the forefront of the sequence" of the classes of knowledge (1914, p.
to the present, the author addresses topics such as encoding standards, metadata, verbal subject analysis, classification theory and methodology, arrangement and display, and system design.
The view of objects based on classification theory is as direct representations of cognitive instances, having structural relational, and behavioral properties[9].
Toward the integration of classification theory and methods.
The NCCH is the Australian centre of excellence on health classification theory and an expert centre in coding systems.
Subsequent chapters describe group cohomology and module extension theory, Yoneda theory, detailed classification theory by k-invariants, structure and classification of groups of periodic cohomology, and finally, algebraic and two-dimensional geometric homotopy theory in relation to the realization and D(2) problems.
As 1959 came to a close, Richmond spearheaded an effort to create a reading list in classification theory that would "serve as an introduction to the recent literature of classification research .
In classification theory, cognitive economy and inference are mechanisms influencing the process of concept acquisition by imposing constraints on the set of formed concepts [6, 7, 9].
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