Chain letters grouped by the principal motivation for replication. The broadest classification of chain letters. Paper chain letter categories (in historical order) are: Letters from Heaven , charity, luck, petition, money, parody, exchange and "world record".
A grouping of individuals or teams designated by a specific title in a tournament program to establish a system of competing for awards. These groupings may be used within a classification or, in certain circumstances, instead of classification. (Example: Junior, Senior, etc.).
Classification of a group of CIs e.g. hardware, Changes, Problems.
One of ten classifications assigned by our curatorial staff to types of works in the collection. These classifications are based upon the medium and format of the work.
On a cruise ship, a class of cabin or fare level.
The type classification of an issue, relative to product or project, etc. For example, "hardware" or "software" could be issue categories that you might select when entering a new issue.
Division within a system of classification; a general logical class to which a predicate or that which it predicates belongs. Class or group of things, people, etc. possessing some quality or qualities in common.
a classification of ideas or concepts
a classification of things which are not a part of some larger classification
a classification that displays with topics on the topics page
a mental box to put things in
a specific division in a system of classification
a sub classification of a section
Category can be used in any way you prefer, but is designed for horizontal classification of Activities, so that they can be grouped across projects. Examples of categories that are independent of projects include "decisions", "deliverables", "questions" and so on. ResultsManager maintains a master list of Categories that can be used to classify Results in any map. Note: Categories are handled differently in MindManager X5 and 6. See Appendix K for details of Categories handling in MindManager 6.
A classification of similar document types. Category selections appear as hypertext links under the Bankruptcy and Adversary menu selections.
The price level of a cabin based on location, size, and amenities
Defines the industrial category/classification of the industry service sector
A classification assigned to an item that indicates the higher level grouping the item belongs to. Items are put into logical like groupings to facilitate the management of a diverse number of items.
In Cumulus, and similar DAM systems, this refers to a predefined category that can be associated with asset for purposes of classification. A good DAM system should allow an asset to be associated with more than one category thus supporting several different or "orthogonal" taxonomies.
A specifically defined division in a classification system (class). Can apply to cruise ship cabins, rail accommodations or airline seating configurations.
A grouping of similar investment classification/objectives (i.e., general equity, balanced/mixed equity, sector equity, world equity, taxable fixed income, world income, retail money market, institutional money market,).
A price gradient of cabins, usually presented from the most expensive to the least expensive. Cabins in the same category are usually on the same deck and general location, and provide similar features and amenities. Individual cabin layouts and furnishings may differ slightly, however. Categories can get complicated - The Golden Princess, for example, offers no less than 32
Classification of a group of Configuration Items, change documents or problems.
A category means a business category, associated with a yellow pages directory classification. For example, we have the Restaurant category in the FingerWalk Yellow Pages. Other Vibary services also classify their listings based on the categories. For example, we can find Restaurant coupons, Restaurant-related events, or jobs from Restaurant businesses.
Price gradient of similar cabins from the most expensive to the least expensive, or vice versa
A classification for labeling and grouping Web pages and files by common criteria such as page contents, file types, or similar distinction.
Criteria for the classification of pages and objects (like Â„Location: MunichÂ“ or Â„Target group: co-workerÂ“)
A classification of funds according to the securities they hold. Domestic equity categories denote the market capitalization of companies held by the fund and the manager's investment style. International equity funds are categorized by region. Bond fund categories are defined by tax status as well as the time period for the fund's maturity or duration.
A classification scheme for the capabilities of network cables. Category 3 is rated for up to 10 Mbps. Category 4 is rated for up to 16 Mbps. Category 5 is rated for up to 100 Mbps.
Any rank within the classification hierarchy, e.g., family, subfamily, subspecies.