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schema

 [ske´mah]
a plan, outline, or arrangement.

sche·ma

, pl.

sche·ma·ta

(skē'mă, skē-mah'tă),
1. A plan, outline, or arrangement. Synonym(s): scheme
2. In sensorimotor theory, the organized unit of cognitive experience.
[G. schēma, shape, form]

schema

(skē′mə)
n. pl. schemata (skē-mä′tə, skĭ-măt′ə) or schemas
Psychology A pattern imposed on complex reality or experience to assist in explaining it, mediate perception, or guide response.

schema

[skē′mə]
an innate knowledge structure that allows a child to organize in his or her mind ways to behave in his or her environment.

sche·ma

, pl. schemata (skē'mă -mă-tă)
1. A plan, outline, or arrangement.
Synonym(s): scheme.
2. In sensorimotor theory, the organized unit of cognitive experience.
[G. schēma, shape, form]

schema

in psychology, an abstract mental representation or set of rules for organizing one's experience or an aspect of one's world that is based on experience and stored in memory. It is accessed either consciously or subconsciously in response to relevant environmental cues and facilitates and guides the person's perception and interpretation of events. schemata pl . schematheory a theory of motor learning, positing that as individuals practise a motor skill, they acquire a schema for the actions involved, which generalizes and guides the execution of similar actions in the future.

schema

a plan, outline or arrangement.
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XML Schema makes good on the promises of extensibility and power at the heart of XML," said Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director.
For this reason, and others, the data in a data warehouse is usually represented in a star schema with the factual information at the center of the star, surrounded by the various types of reference data.

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