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Category Management

  1. Category Management is a retail business intelligence and marketing strategy that analyzes consumers and products and the way they interact.
  2. Category Management is a process and involves series of interrelated activities.
  3. Category Management is a science that requires art for execution of the strategy.
  4. Category Management - a topic of growing importance to the consumer products industry.
  5. Category management is used extensively in the US with all major retailers like Wal-Mart, Kellogg’s and Tropicana applying it in a major way.
  6. Category management: the ongoing retailer-supplier dialogue.
  7. Category Management is a fact-based process supporting these retailer strategies.


  1. The category structure is (ideally) a multi-hierarchy with a single root category.
  2. Multi-hierarchy Selections - The client can create dimension selections that contain members from multiple hierarchies.
  3. In order to support multi-hierarchy selections in Oracle Database 10 g, some changes are introduced in the metadata.
  4. Specifying only one side of a multi-hierarchy will not implicitly specify the other sides of the hierarchy.
  5. Analysis Services treats the multi-hierarchy dimensions as separate for the purpose of the UPDATE CUBE statement.


  1. Categories are keywords that you can define and assign to any item.
  2. Categories are general subjects covering areas of interest within the genres covered by SCIFIPEDIA.
  3. Categories are created by creating pages with the ---category--- type.
  4. Categories are tags.
  5. Categories are just terms in a subject-based classification, that is, a controlled vocabulary.

Category Structure

  1. Quality established website directory with a classical category structure that provides webmasters with powerful advertising options.
  2. General topic web directory featuring manually reviewed listings organized via selective category structure; fee based submission options available.
  3. All submissions are reviewed by a human editor, and will be organised in a unique category structure.
  4. QzLink Directory offers a permanent submission for your website into a comprehensive category structure.
  5. The category structure is the primary way to organize and find files on Wikimedia Commons.


  1. Directories are simply libraries which catalog websites into content hierarchies.
  2. Directories are a collection of websites handpicked by human Editors and organized by subject.
  3. Directories are an established source of 'authority' in regard to various subject matters.
  4. Directories are online yellow pages similar to huge reference libraries, providing lists of websites available under different categories.
  5. Directories are an excellent source of targeted traffic.


  1. A taxonomy is a controlled vocabulary consisting of preferred terms, all of which are connected in a hierarchy or polyhierarchy.
  2. A taxonomy is a collection of terms organized in a hierarchical structure.
  3. A taxonomy is a more formal construct concerned with the ordering of things, usually in a hierarchical structure.
  4. A taxonomy is a form of classification scheme.
  5. A taxonomy is a classification system that allows you to distinguish concepts, name concepts and put those concepts in order.


  1. Ontologies are currently being investigated, for example, in order to transform the World-Wide Web into a far richer semantically based construct.
  2. Ontologies are commonly encoded using ontology languages.
  3. Ontologies are being developed as specific concept models by the Knowledge Management community.
  4. Ontologies are a specification of the conceptualisation and the corresponding vocabulary used to describe a domain.
  5. Ontologies are defined by Gruber (1993b) "An ontology is an explicit specification of a conceptualization".

Directory Tree

  1. The Directory tree is a hierarchical tree structure, rights assigned in the Directory tree flow down through the tree.
  2. Directory tree is a hierarchy of objects and containers of Active Directory, which represents all the objects in the forest.
  3. A directory tree is a branching structure, but a magnetic tape is a linear sequence of blocks.
  4. A directory tree is a directory and the files it contains, all of its subdirectories and the files they contain, etc.
  5. Directory Tree is a tool with a plug-in based architecture.

List of Categories

  1. A list of categories is a key way to help readers find what they are interested in.
  2. The list of categories is a LOT shorter this year.
  3. The list of categories is a great way to find pages that have been categorized.
  4. The list of categories is a scrollable list.


  1. Categorization is the process of associating a document with one or more subject categories.
  2. Categorization is the process in which ideas and objects are recognized, differentiated and understood.
  3. Categorization is a main function of conceptualization.
  4. Categorization is a central topic in cognitive psychology, in linguistics, and in philosophy, but it is crucial precisely in learning.
  5. Categorization is a foundation for processing, remembering and integrating new information.

Directory Structure

  1. A directory structure is a tree similar to an XML document.
  2. The directory structure is a mix of categories and tags.


  1. A directory is an information source or a database.
  2. The directory is based on a bidding system that provides webmasters with complete control over their placement within the directory.
  3. The directory is organized by many categories separated by region, countries and their cities.
  4. A directory is a special kind of file that contains entries that point to other files and directories.
  5. The directory is a paid directory with reasonable price points.

Hierarchical Category Structures

  1. Most conceptual clustering methods are capable of generating hierarchical category structures; see Categorization for more information on hierarchy.

Concept Hierarchy

  1. The concept hierarchy is a directed acyclic graph (DAG) of concepts where each of the concepts is identified by a unique name.
  2. A concept hierarchy is a concise and general form of knowledge representation.
  3. A concept hierarchy is a set of logically interrelated concepts of increasing degrees of abstraction.
  4. Concept hierarchy is a kind of ordinal set T=(H, p ), H is a limited concept set, p is a kind of ordinal.

Hierarchical Category Structure

  1. PicaJet Photo Manager uses a multilevel, unlimited, hierarchical category structure without any nesting limitations.
  2. Contain a sub-category navigation based on eBay’s hierarchical category structure.
  3. Stimuli that are closer to each other in our hierarchical category structure elicited more similar response patterns.

Controlled Vocabulary

  1. Controlled Vocabulary - A collection of preferred terms that are used to assist in more precise retrieval of content.
  2. Controlled vocabulary: a list of terms to be used in indexing (or cataloguing), often a thesaurus or synonym ring.
  3. Controlled vocabulary is a rather broad term, but here we mean by it a closed list of named subjects, which can be used for classification.
  4. A controlled vocabulary is a subset of natural language, consisting of preferred and nonpreferred terms.
  5. A controlled vocabulary is a list of terms that have been enumerated explicitly.

Multi-Hierarchy Dimensions

  1. Multi-hierarchy dimensions are not virtual dimensions.

Multi-Hierarchy Selections

  1. Multi-hierarchy Selections - The client can create dimension selections that contain members from multiple hierarchies.

Ontology Scheme

  1. The foundation of any Semantic Web application is at least one ontology scheme.
  2. Figure 2. Distribution of melon and Arabidopsis unigenes according to the Gene Ontology scheme for functional classification of gene products.


  1. An ontology is a “specification of a conceptualization.” This definition is a mouthful but bear with me, it's actually pretty useful.
  2. An ontology is a concept map, e.g., source power electrical.
  3. An ontology is a formal specification of a shared conceptualization ( Tom Gruber, see [1]).
  4. An ontology is a set of terms and formal definitions.
  5. An ontology is a specification of a conceptualization.

Most Popular Categories

  1. Most Popular Categories by Posts Now for some shameless plugging of my own plugin ( pun not intended).
  2. Search Results The Telegraph - Calcutta : KnowHOW However, puzzles are of many types and one of the most popular categories is a word puzzle.
  3. Edit Stylesheet: By default, the list of most popular categories comes unstyled.

Major Categories

  1. Here are the six major categories of eBooks that are the most popular on the internet.
  2. Our products fall in two major categories: wire mesh and wire mesh further processed products.
  3. Table 1: A list of major categories of the Reuters-21578 dataset in our experiments.
  4. However, the most prevalent forms of headache fall into four major categories.
  5. The message boards are organized into two major categories, "Current" and "Archived" topics.

Web Directory

  1. A Web Directory is a website that provides its visitors with various categories of websites which are linked to from the directory.
  2. Web Directory is a human edited web directory featuring a comprehensive category structure and quick 48 hour site submission reviews.
  3. Web directory are updated daily.
  4. A web directory is a directory on the World Wide Web.
  5. A web directory is a listing of websites organized in a hierarchy or interconnected list of categories.

Main Categories

  1. Yahoo!, created in 1994, lists Web sites using their own universal classification scheme or 'ontology', which contains 14 main categories.
  2. This simple contribution is meant to show the main categories (top level only) in a box in the front page of the shop with pictures and title text.
  3. To integrate BT into their main categories is a challenger for the sales people.
  4. Dance can be divided into two main categories that each have several subcategories into which most dance styles can be placed.
  5. The last of the four main categories is a less severe version of the last type.

Parent-Child Relationships

  1. I have always thought that that the depiction of parent-child relationships is a major weakness in anime.
  2. Each term in a taxonomy is in one or more parent-child relationships to other terms in the taxonomy.
  3. Parent-child relationships, family problems-solving behavior, and sibling relationship quality: the moderating role of sibling temperaments.

Parent Categories

  1. If you are in a subcategory, all the parent categories above your current category are displayed separated by colons.
  2. I would oppose including the parent categories in the box since they are listed on the bottom of the page.
  3. Individual users should not be in parent categories.

Parent Category

  1. A parent category is a category that will appear at the top most level in your web site.
  2. Parent category is a drop-down list which allows you to choose a parent category for a new category.
  3. The parent category is a direct pathway to permanent residence.

Root Category

  1. Root category is a parent category for your categories and links.
  2. Root category is a virtual top category which acts as a starting point [add] button is to create a new subcategory.
  3. The root category is a category element within Categories; subcategories of the root and further nested levels are category elements also.
  4. The root category is a good idea, and the new page really is good.

Related Terms

  1. Related terms are links to other, closely associated terms that are not hierarchical relationships (Green, 1995).


  1. Polyhierarchy is a feature for thesauri (from a classification point of view).


  1. Hierarchies are nested groupings.
  2. Hierarchies are used to describe the organization of files in a computer system, or geometric primitives in a CAD model.
  3. Hierarchies are important for categorization and organization of large numbers of objects.
  4. Hierarchies are important for categorization and organization of large numbers of objects.
  5. Hierarchies are used very extensively in computer science and information theory; here are a few examples.


  1. Subcategories are often created in order to break down the members of a category into smaller sets which are easier to browse.
  2. Subcategories are areas of interest that fall under one or more of the Primary Categories (see above).
  3. Subcategories are displayed in a table with a configurable number of columns.
  4. Subcategories are listed in a way that shows the categories to which they belong.
  5. The subcategories are the 38 municipalities of Namur.

Meaningful Categories

  1. Typically, participants using this strategy are looking for a very general site, which contains a list of facts organised in meaningful categories.
  2. The ability to group stimuli into meaningful categories is a fundamental cognitive process.
  3. Folders provide the ability to organize your code snippets into meaningful categories.
  4. The ability to group stimuli into meaningful categories is a fundamental cognitive process though little is known its neuronal basis.


  1. Diffusion is the only way these articles can be easily identified today.
  2. Diffusion is the tendency of molecules to spread into an available space.


  1. A hierarchy is based on an asymmetrical relationship, such as "is the boss of", "is part of", or "is better than".
  2. Hierarchy is a partial ordering of sets (Bossort et al.
  3. Hierarchy is the most general principle of general systems theory, but only in one sense of hierarchy, the organizing sense.
  4. The hierarchy is a list of graduated exposures ranging in severity from 0 to 7.
  5. A hierarchy is an arrangement of objects, people, elements, values, grades, orders, classes, etc., in a ranked or graduated series.

Categories Structure

  1. We had rather many requests from the customers to make a tool that would allow to copy DMOZ categories structure and listings and we created this.
  2. I'd like to build a new directory based solely on the dmoz categories structure.
  3. Searchable directory of family-friendly and spam-free websites organized by subject in a comprehensive categories structure.


  1. Thesauri are a proven means to identify documents, e.g., books of interest in a library.
  2. Thesauri are used for both searching and in the presentation of results.
  3. Thesauri are used to provide controlled vocabularies for resource classification.
  4. Thesauri are used throughout the information retrieval world as a method of providing controlled vocabularies for indexing and querying.
  5. The thesauri is used for GENERAL KEYWORD search.
  6. Thesauri are much more used as aids for searching controlled collections of documents or, more often, document surrogates.

Effective Navigation

  1. Effective navigation is a web designer 's greatest challenge and inevitably results in compromise solutions.
  2. Effective navigation is a basic precondition for successful mobile robot applications .

Category Theory

  1. Category theory is a branch of abstract algebra which generalizes both set theory and graph theory.
  2. Category theory is an alternative to set theory as a foundation for mathematics.
  3. Category theory is a hugely recursive and self-referential subject, in which an entity can be represented in many different ways.
  4. Category theory is a general mathematical theory of structures and sytems of structures.
  5. Category theory is a branch of mathematics that is renowned for its semantic power despite its very simple axiom set.

Category Members

  1. Rosch Mervis 1975) or individual category members (e.g.
  2. We listed 23 intuitive object categories, based on human convention, with 12 category members in the stimulus set (see Table 1).
  3. Five examples of category members are shown for each of the lowest-level categories, except for "other inanimate objects" (the rightmost node).
  4. However, when people are asked to sort category members in a category construction task, they often do so by partitioning on a single feature.
  5. The second two experiments examined the retrievability of information associated with typical and atypical category members.

Category Tree

  1. Our test store shows the category tree, subcategory navigation and breadcrumb navigation all on this screen.
  2. For example: if you add keywords to an image using the third-party IPTC editor, the PicaJet category tree will instantly be updated to follow the change.
  3. Display Category Tree and two columns of thumbnail images with price and add to basket button on search screen.
  4. MIVA Merchant 5 does provide basic template access to the category tree links.
  5. By default, many of the Miva Merchant screens do not show the category tree, such as the "Search" screen.

Category Search

  1. The Category Search is a form of advance search within a product category.
  2. The Category Search is used by global sourcing and multinational purchasing firms to compare prices and features of specific products.
  3. The Category search is a higher-level set of headings than the Keyword search.


  1. Functors are structure-preserving maps between categories.
  2. Functors are the morphisms in the category of small categories.
  3. Functors are a generalisation of the function "map".
  4. Functors are structure-preserving maps between categories.
  5. The functors are intertwined with each other by Grothendieck duality and Verdier duality.

Hierarchically Organized

  1. Title: Navigating hierarchically organized information.
  2. Mathematical representation of hierarchically organized systems.
  3. Wiki is poor at the latter, particularly when compared to rigidly structured (usually hierarchically organized) sites.
  4. Burkowski, Forbes J., " An algebra for hierarchically organized text-dominated databases," Information Processing & Management, 28, p.
  5. A Gopher site has a hierarchically organized collection of documents, usually readable text files.

Correlational Structure

  1. I can compare variance and correlations; correlational structure is a fairly standard measure.
  2. These early concepts may reflect the correlational structure in the environment of the young child, as suggested by Rosch et al.
  3. The correlational structure of natural images and the calibration of spatial representations.
  4. Evidence of spatial and temporal channels in the correlational structure of human spatiotemporal contrast sensitivity.

Lexical Categories

  1. Lexical categories and the nature of the grammar; Appendix: Adpositions as functional categories.
  2. The system for classifying words into lexical categories therefore extends to the classification of sentence constituents into syntactic categories.
  3. This book seeks to fill this theoretical gap by presenting simple and substantive syntactic definitions of these three lexical categories.
  4. The discourse basis for lexical categories in universal grammar.
  5. Web Results for: lexical categories 1-10 of about 46,500 results Search took 0.35 seconds.


  1. Morphisms are functions on sets which map points to points.
  2. Morphisms are arrows from one object to another.
  3. Morphisms are functions.
  4. Morphisms are often depicted as arrows from their domain to their codomain, e.g.
  5. Morphisms are composed by taking to be , whenever the latter expression is defined.

Category Trees

  1. The category trees is a built in function of the wiki, clicking Category Index at the top is all you have to do.
  2. Do not build category trees too deep and narrow, or too flat.

Semantic Categories

  1. Rosch, E. (1975). Cognitive representations of semantic categories.
  2. This study presents a database of 500 words from five semantic categories: animals, body parts, furniture, clothing, and intelligence.
  3. One may view semantic categories as being composed of relatively unstructured sets of features.
  4. Study One explored semantic categories in 317 different FGTs (and 351 different male genital terms [MGTs]) collected from 156 females and 125 males.
  5. Orienting attention to semantic categories.

Concept Map

  1. A concept map is a diagram showing the relationships between concepts.
  2. A concept map is a diagram showing the relationships between things or ideas.
  3. A concept map is a graphical representation of a person's (student's) knowledge of a domain.
  4. A concept map is a diagram of a client's condition, assessment, and treatments.
  5. A concept map is a diagram with hierarchical nodes, labeled with concepts.

Dmoz Category Structure

  1. This tool is for people who need a defined category structure or want to grab all or part of the dmoz category structure without urls.
  2. Human edited general Health Directory with Dmoz category structure provides standard and featured listings with fast approvals.
  3. Human edited general web directory with Dmoz category structure provides standard and affordable featured listings with fast approvals.

Natural Transformation

  1. A natural transformation is a relation between two functors.
  2. Natural transformation was the idea he was trying to capture.
  3. A natural transformation is a relation between two functors.
  4. Natural transformation - A worked example.
  5. The natural transformation is called the unit; together with the counit , one may construct a T-algebra, and so a monad.

Explicit Hierarchy

  1. Use an explicit Hierarchy instead.
  2. Graham Dumpleton (JIRA) [jira] Commented: (MODPYTHON-73) Using objects to create an explicit hierarchy.
  3. Explicit hierarchy diagrams have been used to illustrate business organization, family trees, and the directory structure of file systems.


  1. A functor is a kind of map between categories.
  2. A functor is a function that can be manipulated as an object, or an object representing a single, generic function.
  3. The functor is a feasible reality realizing the coupling between a structure and informatter (referred to in the previous chapter).
  4. The word "functor" was borrowed by mathematicians from the philosopher Carnap Mac Lane, p.
  5. A functor is a map between categories [11][3].

Graph Theory

  1. Graph theory is a growing area in mathematical research, and has a large specialized vocabulary.
  2. Graph theory is a flourishing discipline containing a body of beautiful and powerful theorems of wide applicability.
  3. Graph theory is a branch of mathematics concerned about how networks can be encoded and their properties measured.
  4. Graph Theory is a 2005 commission of the New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc., (aka Ether Ore) for its Turbulence web site.
  5. Graph Theory is a very well-written book, now in its third edition and the recipient of the according evolutionary benefits.

Hierarchical Classification

  1. Hierarchical classification is a basic cognitive model used in almost all fields and in all cultures.
  2. Hierarchical classification is a powerful approach in solving classification problems by decomposing the image into a hierarchical tree structure.
  3. Hierarchical classification is a technique based on expert systems necessary to organize the vast knowledge necessary to accomplish life cycle assessments.

Website Navigation

  1. Website Navigation is defined as the science and skill applied to a web site that helps visitors move from one page to another.
  2. Website navigation is a crucial part of website design.
  3. Website navigation is the most important aspect to consider while designing a website.

Implicit Hierarchy

  1. An implicit hierarchy is a hierarchy not explicitly reflected in the syntax of the language.

Strong Category Structure

  1. SEO friendly, human reviwed web directory arranged in a strong category structure of quality websites.
  2. Quality, human reviewed web directory arranged in a strong category structure of family friendly, spam free websites.
  3. Alive Web Directory SEO friendly listings: standard, featured, and reciprocal; strong category structure; and much more.
  4. Quality, human reviewed web directory arranged in a strong category structure of quality websites.
  5. Quality, human reviewed web directory arranged in a strong category structure of quality websites.

Intuitive Category Structure

  1. The advantage of the simple and hierarchical FunCat structure is the intuitive category structure.
  2. An intuitive category structure makes finding portfolio content simple.
  3. The site features an intuitive category structure for listing events in the major US cities.

Is-A Relationship

  1. The is-a relationship is a powerful one.
  2. An is-a relationship is a binary relationship that is an inclusion function.

Usenet Newsgroups

  1. Usenet Newsgroups is a collection of online forums broken into subjects on every conceivable interest.

Open Directory

  1. The Open Directory is a self-regulating republic where experts can collect their recommendations, without including noise and misinformation.
  2. The Open Directory is the most widely distributed data base of Web content classified by humans.
  3. The Open Directory is the most widely distributed data base of Web content classified by mankind.
  4. The Open Directory was founded in the spirit of the Open Source movement, and is the only major directory that is 100% free.

Set Theory

  1. Set theory is a branch of mathematics and computer science created principally by the German mathematician Georg Cantor at the end of the 19th century.
  2. Set Theory is a basic tool of logical argument.
  3. Set theory is a basic tool of logical thinking and argument.
  4. A set theory is defined in which Generalized Continuum Hypothesis and Axiom of Choice are theorems.
  5. Set Theory is the mathematical science of the infinite.

Simple Ontology

  1. In this sense, RDF Schema is a simple ontology language.
  2. This is a very simple ontology module for Drupal.
  3. Databasesbuilt using the simple ontology could not make simple inferences that one would expect to be able to make given the knowledge base.

Text Categorization

  1. Text categorization is a conventional.
  2. Text categorization is a fundamental task in document processing, allowing the automated handling of enormous streams of documents in electronic form.
  3. Text categorization is an important research area and has been receiving much attention due to the growth of the on-line information and of Internet.
  4. Text categorization is an interesting area for evaluating and quantifying the impact of linguistic information.
  5. Text categorization: a symbolic approach.


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