A subdivision of a group, as of animals.
A logical grouping of objects or events which displays only random event-to-event variations, e.g., the objects or events are grouped to create homogenous groups free of assignable or special causes. By virtue of the minimum within group variability, any change in the central tendency or variance of the universe will be reflected in the "subgroup-to-subgroup' variability.
A subset H of a group G is a subgroup (of G) provided it's a group with respect to the group operation of G.
The next level of mineral classification after categorization in groups.
A Task Force, Subcommittee or Special Interest Group. Subgroups have wider membership criteria than their parent bodies, so it is possible for an OMG member without voting rights in a particular technical plenary to have voting membership of one of its subgroups. An OMG member represented in a subgroup has a single vote in decisions of that subgroup, regardless of how many representatives attend.
A body of related material within a record group, usually composed of the records of a subordinate administrative unit.
a distinct and often subordinate group within a group
(mathematics) a subset (that is not empty) of a mathematical group
a division of boxes within a larger group, as in the example
a group of members which has been constituted to further a particular area of the campaign's aims
a special grouping of authorizations defined for reporting purposes
a subset of the group carrier set which satisfies the conditions for a group, e
a group that's part of another group, generally to illustrate a hierarchy.
A body of related records with a record group, usually consisting of the records of a primary subordinate administrative unit or of records series related chronologically, functionally, or by subject (Daniels and Walch 1986).
Groups for which assessment data must be disaggregated. Includes: Native American/Alaskan Native, Asian/Pacific Islander, Black, Hispanic, White, Limited English Proficiency, Economically Disadvantaged, and Students with Disabilities.
a subset of a group with related characters. The term group is a general and non-specific collection of similar organisms regardless of taxonomic hierarchy.
In group theory, given a group G under a binary operation *, we say that some subset H of G is a subgroup of G if H also forms a group under the operation *. More precisely, H is a subgroup of G if the restriction of * to H is a group operation on H.