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having facets

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Faceted navigation, whether during browsing or searching, typically refers to applying filters from the search results page.
Faceted search is a natural extension to faceted browsing.
Returning to the first faceted example I gave in this article, I should note that, at that time, the technical innovation I used as my search term was one that was still new for the organization.
Faceted search lets users refine or navigate a collection of information by using a number of discrete attributes--the so-called facets.
The architecturally distinctive faceted glass towers that will grace the Hudson River skyline combine the most sophisticated elements of both sides of the river.
Faceted search enables dynamic filtering of search results by attributes.
Approximately one carat of Pink Emerald is faceted for every 125,000 carats of diamonds that are faceted.
Below, I'll talk about the distinct properties of faceted navigation that create those benefits, and later, explain how classic information science combined with break-throughs in computer science bring it to life in a form called "Guided Navigation.
Siderean Software, a pioneer in faceted navigation solutions, today announced the availability of Seamark Navigator 4.
Among the enhancements in this Fall release are faceted search, search engine optimization tools and new features that enable retailers to more effectively manage their assortment and market offers across multiple eCommerce sites.
We evaluated a number of search and information access solutions and none came close to offering our users and visitors the value that Seamark Navigator's faceted navigation offers.
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.