classification schemes

classification schemes

systems of organizing data or information, usually involving categories of items with similar characteristics. Examples of classification schemes include that of the North American Nursing Diagnoses Association and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), prepared by the American Psychiatric Association.
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This is particularly evident in the areas of metadata and classification schemes.
In this issue, two feature stories describe the questioning of existing classification schemes and proposals for new ones.
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As a useful tool for training new personnel in safely working in a BSL3/4 laboratory, this practical volume covers everything from microbe classification schemes to the fumigation of spaces.
But not all useful classification schemes are of actualized forms.
June 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- collectionHQ, the world-leading collection performance improvement solution that helps libraries better manage their collections, today announced it has added the capability to track nonfiction titles through the Library of Congress Classification system (LCC) and other alphanumeric classification schemes, in addition to its existing functionality with the Dewey system.
The Urban Influence Codes, the RUCC, and the NCHS Classification Schemes all assign a code of "1" for metropolitan counties whose population is equal to or greater than 1 million, but NCHS further divides its metropolitan counties into central and fringe counties with populations equal to or greater than 1 million to address the diverse health needs that exist in these types of counties (Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 2006).
SKOS is a W3C standard for entering thesauri, taxonomies and classification schemes in an RDF format.
The present paper proposes own classification schemes of the transportation systems for bulk materials and goods (individual products) on the basis of the literature (selected in the list of references) and on the own experience in the field.
Traditional classification schemes for digital libraries do not sufficiently take this development into account or fail to meet it at all.
The researchers found a statistically significant difference in the rate of metabolic syndrome as assessed by at least one of the classification schemes between the two groups.
It provides a complete description of all known finite translation planes with examples and related geometries, connects translation plans with areas of incidence geometry such as quadric sets, generalized quadrangles and partitions, and shows how various classes of translation planes fit within fundamental classification schemes.

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