classification scheme

Star Trek Planetary Classification

"A planet is a celestial body in orbit around a star or stellar remnants, that has sufficient mass for self-gravity and is nearly spherical in shape. A planet must not share its orbital region with other bodies of significant size (except for its own satellites), and must be below the threshold for thermonuclear fusion of
deuterium. If a celestial body meets those requirements, it is considered a planet; at that point, the planet is further classified by its atmosphere and surface conditions into one of twenty-two categories."

Pokémon Category

"In a Pokémon's Pokédex information, the category (...) (Japanese: 分類 classification) is a name which identifies the Pokémon based on one of its defining biological characteristics. Most often, the defining traits are part of the Pokémon’s physiology, special abilities, or behavior. It was previously also known as species. (...) Because of how brief and uninformative the description of a Pokémon often is in its category, and how little the category relates to other data, it is not often regarded as an important piece of information about a Pokémon.

Systematik zur Beschreibung, Eingabe und Verarbeitung kunsttechnologischer Informationen für Zeichnungen auf Papier in Datenbanken

"Im Rahmen des vom Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung geförderten Forschungsprojekts 'Das Erbe Schinkels – vom Depot in den Diskurs' wurde in der Abteilung Konservierung/Restaurierung des Kupferstichkabinetts Berlin 2010 eine Systematik zur kunsttechnologischen Beschreibung von Zeichnungen auf Papier in Datenbanken entwickelt.

"Within the framework of the research project" The Heritage of Schinkel - from the depot into the discourse "funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, a system for the art - technological description of drawings on paper in databases was developed in the Department of Conservation / Restoration of the Kupferstichkabinett Berlin 2010 (.), A publication of the model developed at the Kupferstichkabinett appears to be overdue (...).

Klassifikation des Deutschen Patent- und Markenamts

"Die DEKLA bildet zusammen mit der IPC die interne Klassifikation des Deutschen Patent- und Markenamts (DPMA). Die DEKLA ist eine Erweiterung der IPC und besitzt ca. 40.000 Unterteilungen. Die IPC und die DEKLA besitzen zusammen ca. 110.000 Unterteilungen. Die DEKLA / IPC dient den Prüfern des DPMA zur Pflege ihres Prüfstoffs (Patentdokumente, die für die Patentprüfung benötigt werden).

Extension of the International Patent Classification published and internally used by the German Patent Office.

Marine Gazetteer

"Geographic Information Systems have become indispensable tools in managing and displaying marine data and information. However, a unique georeferenced standard of marine place names and areas was not available, hampering several marine geographic applications, for example the linking of these locations to databases to integrate data. The purpose of Marine Regions is therefore to create a standard, relational list of geographic names, coupled with information and maps of the geographic location of these features.

Library of Avalon Classification System

"The Library's classification system is unique, having been devised specifically for its purpose by the Founders (who based it upon the Bliss system), and formally copyrighted in 1990. It provides far more subcategories than would the Dewey decimal classification system. It is entirely alphabetical, the first two letters being the category code, the remaining three being the first three letters of the author's surname (with precedence rules for such names as macDonald, tenEyck or duMaurier).

PIRA Demonstration Classification Scheme

"The goal of the Physics Instructional Resource Association (PIRA) Demonstration Classification Scheme is to create a logically organized and universally inclusive taxonomy giving a unique code to every lecture demonstration. (...) The topic and concept divisions of the structure loosely follow the standard textbook organization of chapter and section, although they were created to organize existing demonstrations, not cover the entirety of introductory physics, and therefore skip some areas of the curriculum covered by standard textbooks.