faceted


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having facets

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Faceted search is a natural extension to faceted browsing.
A major limitation of using faceted search is that categories are predefined and fixed regardless of the difference in search results.
Based on the extant designs on faceted browsing, faceted search, and dynamic faceted search, our research considers the use of a complex ontology defined to support the dynamic category selection.
Faceted classification outlines facets as well as subfacets and facet values.
This paper used the same articles as the paper A Survey of Faceted Classification: History, Uses, Drawbacks and the Semantic Web (Putkey, 2010).
How do faceted classification and RDF work together?
Faceted search enables dynamic filtering of search results by attributes.
Faceted search provides end users the ability to dynamically filter search results by attributes, letting users browse through results selecting criteria relevant to their search.
Approximately one carat of Pink Emerald is faceted for every 125,000 carats of diamonds that are faceted.
1, Siderean has dramatically improved time -to- value for its customers, enabling a much quicker ability to reap the benefits of faceted navigation.
On every category page on our Dutch Gardens' site, we've customized faceted search to allow shoppers to instantly find the perfect selection based on color, growing zone, height, season of bloom, light requirements and more - all with a single query.
Our technology goes in typically in a matter of hours -- at worst several days -- and begins offering users the benefits of faceted navigation immediately thereafter.
1 of the ACIS 3D Toolkit(TM) features a highly-optimized extension for architectural, engineering, and construction (AEC) applications, faceted silhouette edges for interactive hidden line and drawing generation, and full naming support for feature-based modeling applications.
It provides a smaller and more precise mathematical representation of 3D objects than conventional faceted models that represent 3D objects with a large number of planar facets.