Definitions for "Classification"
The act of forming into a class or classes; a distribution into groups, as classes, orders, families, etc., according to some common relations or affinities.
The freight class to which an article is assigned for the purpose of applying transportation charges. Exhibit material is typically rated as class 125.
Condition in which the larger particles settle out below the finer ones. Also referred to as stratification. May also be referred to as the action to sort out particles by various size groups or to some other established criteria.
A group of positions sufficiently similar in the duties performed; degree of supervision exercised or received; minimum requirements of education or experience; and the knowledge, skills and abilities required. The same State classification title and the same State salary range applies to each position in the group.
The process of placing a General Schedule position into an occupational series and grade (e.g., GS-9), and assigning an official title by comparing the duties and responsibilities of the position (not the qualifications of the incumbent) with criteria in standards published by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. The General Schedule classification system was established in statute (5 U.S.C. Chapter 51) in 1949. There is a similar system for trades and labor (blue collar) positions.
a grouping that typically includes positions of sufficiently similar mix or range of responsibilities or job duties
A system used in the UK to show ones level of achievement in archery. To obtain or improve their classification an archer is required to shoot a minimum of three rounds at or above the qualifying score. See example table below.
a definition comprising a system of definitions
Grading system for an archer's achivement.
The genre of the book. i.e. Fiction, Non-fiction, autobiography, biography, Childrens Book, Novel, Memoirs, etc.
The third division of artwork into what general rules will be applied. In literature, the classifications for prose are Fiction and Non-Fiction.
How a property is actually used determines the rate at which a property is taxed. There are 11 different classifications of property described in Arizona's statute.
For property tax purposes, property is divided into three classes: (1) real property; (2) tangible personal property; and (3) intangible personal property. Real property is subclassified as (1) residential, (2) agricultural/horticultural, and (3) utility, industrial, commercial, railroad, and all other. Property must be assessed uniformly within its own class or subclass.
Property is both classified and assessed in different manners. Property is classified as either real property or personal property. Real property is comprised of residential, commercial, and manufacturing property. Residential and Commercial property is assessed by the local assessor. The State assesses manufacturing property.
In this context, a controlled vocabulary (which may include classmarks and/or subject terms) used to provide a structured subject description of the resource
a subjective measure of functional capacity describing the amount of activity a patient can do before onset of heart failure symptoms
In order to enable the efficient search and retrieval of information systems of classification exist for Patents, trade marks and Designs. The system by which goods and services are grouped for the purposes of trade mark registration is the internationally agreed system referred to as the Nice classification. The Vienna Classification is used in relation to figurative elements for trade marks. The Locarno Classification is used in relation to the registration of Designs. The International Patent Classification (IPC) is used for Patents.
is a meteorites scientific designation into a particular type of specimen. (E.g. L6, EH5, Howardite, CO3.6, IIAB, etc)
In biology, the scientific naming of all life forms like plants, animals, fungi, algae.
The way scientists give animals names that everyone around the world will understand, in a way that reflects our scientific understanding of how closely different animals are related to one another.
1. The classification of defects by defect type and size for process monitoring, yield learning, and excursion control 2. Benchmarking the performance of a process or equipment tool over a variety of conditions to determine its sensitivity against various input parameters
Classification is a process of determination of a predefined class, to which an examlpe belongs. For example, given classes of clients that correspond to loyal and reliable ones, and the others, identify from a data on a new client to which class she/he belongs.
Process through which the educational, vocational, treatment, and security needs of an offender are determined.
A publication containing a list of articles and the classes to which they are assigned for the purpose of applying class rates, together with governing rules and regulations.
Assigning pre-defined labels to information objects for retrieval and information management purposes.
An appraisal program offered by a breed association to evaluate each animal's resemblance to the breed's ideal. A numerical score is assigned to each animal.
Signifies the level of achievement of a student who receives an award. Certificates and Diplomas may be awarded ‘with Merit' or ‘with Distinction' while Honours degrees may be awarded with First Class, Upper Second Class, Lower Second Class or Third Class honours.
The determination that official information requires, in the interest of national security, a specific degree of protection against unauthorized disclosure, coupled with a designation signifying that such a determination has been made; the designation is normally termed a security classification and includes Confidential, Secret, and Top Secret (ICS 1989).
Keywords:  cloaking
The process of creating one or more discrete data classes (equal or unequal in size) from a continuum for the purpose of discerning patterns.
A directed (goal oriented) data mining technique used to map records into one of several discrete classes.
Keywords:  natu, order
In order to have knowledge of natu...
a system of classes designed to represent the mental disorders according to a fixed rule
The ordering of classes in a hierarchy, according to their similarities and differences. A class ordered lower in the hierarchy is said to inherit the structure and behaviour of the class(es) above it.
The grading of particles too small to be screened in accordance with their size, shape, and density by control of their settling rate through a fluid medium (water, slurry, or air).
restriction imposed by the government on documents or weapons that are available only to certain authorized people
a repertory of weapons for attack upon the future and the unknown
The grouping of individuals by averaging a number of match scores. Classifications are designed to have individuals compete for awards against others of similar competitive skill levels.
Skill level at which a rider competes.
A student's current class level based upon institutionally defined credit levels and/or institution, school, or college acceptance.
Use the Classification field to indicate whether your item is new, overstock, refurbished, etc. If you are selling used products, a classification must be included.
Also known as Scheduling. Recommendations made on the most appropriate means of supplying medicines to consumers, e.g. under a doctor's prescription, over the counter in pharmacies, or from supermarkets. The higher the risks associated with the medicine, the more its supply is restricted.
Keywords:  metadata
The process of screening out the larger sized materials from a body of ore, streambed gravels, or a set of concentrates. Classification is usually done with the use of one or more sizes of mesh screening.
The process of dividing property into classes for purposes of taxing at varying rates or on different bases.
Process of checking a person's identity. Could be either verification or identification.
a process of sorting the landscape into different types, each with a distinct, consistent and recognisable character.
In class of service (CoS), the examination of an incoming packet that associates the packet with a particular CoS servicing level. There are two kinds of classifiers, behavior aggregate and multifield. See also BA classifier and multifield classifier.
The procedure by which a flow or connection is associated to a Pipe and a Virtual Channel. This procedure occurs every time a new flow passes through NetEnforcer.
The classified section is broken down into headed columns to help readers find where to look, e.g. public notices, situations vacant, houses for sale etc.
Keywords:  hydraulic, see
SEE hydraulic classification
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a legal decision made by the Workers' Compensation Law Judge in his/her final determination of a claimant's disability
Keywords:  tide, type, see
See type of tide.
a statistical standard developed for use by Federal agencies in the production, analysis, and publication of data on MAs
a hybrid between civil service and exempt appointments
a system of concepts connected by generic relations
The level and related salary of positions for general staff.
An alphabetical listing of commodities, the class or rating into which the commodity is placed and the minimum weight necessary for the rate discount; used in the class rate structure.
is a task in which the desired responses are restricted to a finite set of values.
Keywords:  validated
a widely used and validated
a series of procedures which protect the consumer and assure that the product is safe
a letter from A to E (with A being the highest) that is earned in competition
Keywords:  keyword, see
(See Keyword Classification).
Differentiation of variables.
the certification process as administered by certain international agencies whereby a vessel is designed, constructed, and maintained to an agency's requirements.
Keywords:  outstanding, wines, list
a list of outstanding wines
Keywords:  selling, goods, way, identify, type
a way to identify what type of goods or services you are selling
Keywords:  requirements, see
See Requirements Classification.