Definitions for "Categorization"
The categorizing of unstructured content into thematic "buckets." For example, a story on Tiger Woods could be classified as a story about sports, golf, a Buick spokesperson, a Stanford graduate, a multimillionaire, and a Black American. Categorization is typically automated in some way; applications differ in the amount of work required and manual control offered.
The process of describing an item of content (or content item) such as an image, piece of text, or audio for example using metadata. By providing data about the content, metadata facilitates the use and reuse of it in a variety of different contexts and for different purposes.
The process of assigning metadata to content. Categorizing content includes determining whether a content element is related to, for example, Sports or Finance, Hockey or Stocks. Metadata associated with categorized content is used to generate navigational links to relevant content (for example, a list of links to all Hockey articles for a self-described Hockey fan).
One of the design goals associated with the UDDI registration data is the ability to assign category information. Without categorization, locating data within a UDDI registry would prove to be very difficult. Especially for the discovery of previously unknown businesses, services, bindings or service types, it is indispensable that the corresponding UDDI registration data is marked with a set of categories that can universally be searched on. For example, the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code System (UNSPSC), a set of categorization codes representing product and service categories, can be used to specify a business product and service offering in a more formalized way.
The organization of concepts into classes, a method that allows us to better process information and understand the world.
Process of assigning documents to pre-defined categories in a taxonomy.
Presents the search results in categories, rather than as an undifferentiated mass.
a group of people or things arranged by class or category
the basic cognitive process of arranging into classes or categories
the act of distributing things into classes or categories of the same type
A grouping of objects based on similar attributes.
The process of labeling or identifying an object. Involves relating what we perceive in our external environment to what we already know.
Categorization is the process in which ideas and objects are recognized, differentiated and understood. Categorization implies that objects are grouped into , usually for some specific purpose. Ideally, a category illuminates a relationship between the subjects and objects of knowledge.
A structured process of placing items into sets according to related characteristics for prioritization.
Associates partner offerings with catalog offerings and groups them into enterprise catalog categories.
The practice of grouping web pages by topic to form a directory. Also see classification
Keywords:  action, case, identifies, required
identifies the action required on the case.
Keywords:  generalization, see
SEE: Generalization.