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INTEREST
OLIVER
RELATIONSHIPS
AUTOMATIC CREATION
ANATOMICAL REGIONS
CATEGORY HIERARCHIES
IMPORTANCE
ETC
CAPITALISM
FUNCTION
IMPORTANT
NEOLITHIC
COMPUTER NETWORKS
CLASS
CIVIL SOCIETY
CONCEPT
DATA WAREHOUSE
TAXONOMIES
HUMAN SOCIETY
SOCIETY
SUPPORT
LARGE
NUMBER
ANARCHIST SOCIETY
ANARCHISM
INTERESTING
CLASSES
INDIVIDUALS
SOCIAL STRUCTURE
VARIOUS NAMES
NETWORKS
LARGE NETWORKS
HIERARCHY
HIERARCHIES
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Hierarchies"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Hierarchies are important for categorization and organization of large numbers of objects.
  2. Hierarchies are present in all parts of society: in businesses, schools, families, etc. (Web site)
  3. Hierarchies are used very extensively in computer science and information theory; here are a few examples.
  4. These hierarchies are not fixed and depend on any number of changing factors, among them are age, gender, body size, intelligence, and aggressiveness. (Web site)
  5. Nested hierarchies are the organizational schemes behind taxonomies and systematic classifications.

Interest

  1. The film returns an innocence of vision to the spectator; no value judgments or hierarchies of interest have been made for us. (Web site)
  2. Penny shows that German ethnologists were not driven by imperialist desires or an interest in legitimating putative biological or racial hierarchies. (Web site)

Oliver

  1. Oliver, W. 1975. Markets and hierarchies: Analysis and antitrust implications.

Relationships

  1. In some embodiments, hierarchies of relationships may have multiple parent-child levels. (Web site)
  2. It therefore refers to "what exists" in a system: all elements within all category hierarchies and the relationships between them. (Web site)

Automatic Creation

  1. Automatic creation of object hierarchies for ray tracing. (Web site)

Anatomical Regions

  1. Anatomical regions of the brain are listed vertically, following hierarchies that are standard in neuroanatomy.
  2. Anatomical regions are listed vertically beneath Brain according to typical hierarchies. (Web site)

Category Hierarchies

  1. I successfully tested a big new feature for SubCategories last night: automatic creation of category hierarchies.

Importance

  1. For example, one often sets up hierarchies of approximation based on the importance of various coupling constants. (Web site)
  2. Thus, in an age of flatter hierarchies and empowered knowledge workers, soft power is likely to increase in importance. (Web site)

Etc

  1. SR deals with relational properties which can be employed in other (non-spatial) conceptual systems, such as time, social hierarchies, etc.).

Capitalism

  1. Capitalism is a class society, marked by exploitation, oppression and social hierarchies. (Web site)
  2. A revolutionary social approach is obviously needed to do away with capitalism and hierarchies once and for all.

Function

  1. Those from collectivist cultures tend to expect vertical hierarchies and function well within them. (Web site)

Important

  1. Although topic hierarchies can be a powerful tool, it's important to consider whether or not portability is an issue. (Web site)

Neolithic

  1. There is little scientific evidence for developed hierarchies in the Neolithic; hierarchies are more closely associated with the later Bronze Age.

Computer Networks

  1. The explosive growth in the size of computer networks has necessitated the use of hierarchies to improve scaling.

Class

  1. This paper examines the ways in which beliefs about sexual behaviors both shaped and reinforced social hierarchies based on race, class, and ethnicity. (Web site)

Civil Society

  1. A functioning anarchy would then be a society maintaining stability and civil society without hierarchies. (Web site)

Concept

  1. The concept of hierarchies plays a large part in object oriented programming.

Data Warehouse

  1. Business needs are the main driver of data warehouse and data mart structure and OLAP dimensions and hierarchies. (Web site)

Taxonomies

  1. Taxonomies, for example, such as biological taxonomies, are built on hierarchies.
  2. Taxonomies may change frequently (as seen in biological taxonomy), but the underlying concept of nested hierarchies is always the same.
  3. Many corpora, such as internet directories, digital libraries, and patent databases are manually organized into topic hierarchies, also called taxonomies. (Web site)

Human Society

  1. Feminists, marxists, critical theorists and others have criticized the hierarchies commonly found within human society, especially in social relationships.

Society

  1. That's one of the great failings in Mills's analysis of the power hierarchies: he never provides any solutions to the problems of a managed society. (Web site)

Support

  1. The major change is support for multiple hierarchies of containers (up to a limit specified at build time). (Web site)
  2. The JMS specification does not require support for topic hierarchies.

Large

  1. Flamenco Project - Investigates how to effectively incorporate large, faceted category hierarchies into information access user interfaces.

Number

  1. The number of aggregations in an OLAP model is a function of the number of dimensions, the number of levels in the hierarchies, and the parent-child ratios. (Web site)
  2. BGP falls within this approach, and relies on hierarchies in the address space to contain the number of independently routing objects. (Web site)

Anarchist Society

  1. An anarchist society is by definition free from structural (molar) hierarchies such as the State (police, bureaucracy). (Web site)

Anarchism

  1. The sine qua non of anarchism, in my view, is an insistence that all hierarchies and authorities be justified, not merely arbitrary.
  2. Anarchism, therefore, is a political theory that aims to create a society which is without political, economic or social hierarchies.

Interesting

  1. In fact the relationship between the two hierarchies is interesting and non-trivial.

Classes

  1. It allows classes and class hierarchies to be created within Prolog programs. (Web site)

Individuals

  1. Hierarchies allow individuals to leverage their knowledge through others' time. (Web site)
  2. The conflict theory approach argues that individuals at the top of social hierarchies are there at the expense of people in lower positions.
  3. Many designed experiments also create data hierarchies, for example clinical trials carried out in several randomly chosen centers or groups of individuals.

Social Structure

  1. Hierarchies, built into social structure, self-perpetuating: passed on from one generation to the next.

Various Names

  1. Various names were given to these hierarchies considered as series of beings. (Web site)

Networks

  1. Networks running link state algorithms can also be segmented into hierarchies which limit the scope of route changes.

Large Networks

  1. Large networks typically are organized as hierarchies.

Hierarchy

  1. In the design of digital multiplex hierarchies, care must be exercised to ensure interoperability of the multiplexers used in the hierarchy.

Hierarchies

  1. Classes are created in hierarchies, and inheritance allows the structure and methods in one class to be passed down the hierarchy. (Web site)
  2. It is perfectly possible for any number of links to be in any number of places in a hierarchy, or in many hierarchies, or in no hierarchy at all. (Web site)
  3. Classes of objects can also be further grouped into hierarchies, in which objects of one class can inherit methods from another class. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Human Society
  2. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Information > Information Theory
  3. Civil Society
  4. Body Size
  5. Society > Social Sciences > Sociology > Social Structure
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