Faceted Classification & Natural Language 2015


Faceted classification classifies objects using multiple taxonomies that express their different attributes, or facets, rather than using a single taxonomy.  Faceted taxonomies may substitute for ontology.  Schema may be defined as a representation of a plan or theory in the form of an outline or model.

  • Facet analysis
  • Facet detection
  • Facet extraction
  • Faceted schema



See also:

Faceted Classification & Natural Language 2013 | Faceted Classification & Natural Language 2014

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