"Taxonomy" does not direct course of implementation en

By drm on Saturday 25 December 2010 16:04
Category: Miscellaneous, Views: 2.509

A taxonomy is an ordered, parent-child (or ‘tree’) structure, used to classify a set of data in groups and subgroups. Any relation to a subgroup implies a relation with the parent group(s). This phenomenon is also called classification, but has recently been popularly called “tagging”. However, though tagging implies taxonomy, not all taxonomy is tagging. That is, after all, what implication means.

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