Definitions for "Schema"
Keywords:  dtd, xml, ddl, semantic, rdf
A database schema is similar to a record in Pascal or a struct in C. It describes the data and its logical format.
A collection of meta-data that describes the relations in a database.
an XML document that describes the DLESE metadata framework in terms of structure, datatypes, number of field occurrences and controlled vocabularies.
a generalized description, plan, or structure, as a schema of the reading process. a system of cognitive structures stored in memory that are abstract representations of events, objects, and relationships in the world.
A structure for representing, in memory, generic concepts of a domain. They are used by cognitive psychologists to help explain how knowledge is organized. A schema contains a set of propositions that are organized by their semantic content. The term was originally coined by [ Bartlett32]. Schema can be represented in a number of ways. Some examples are frames [ Minsky75] from AI and a script [ Schank77]. Schemas emphasize the representational aspects of cognition [ Omerod90]. [ Detienne90
A knowledge-structure in the mind
an internal representation of the world; an organization of concepts and actions that can be revised by new information about the world
a description or representation of something that is real or imaginary
a diagrammatic outline of something that conveys its essential characteristics
An outline or image universally applicable to a general conception, under which it is likely to be presented to the mind; as, five dots in a line are a schema of the number five; a preceding and succeeding event are a schema of cause and effect.
a set of beliefs, or a story, applied when trying to understand a particular political event.
a document for a plan, commonly used in ontology (computer science) The Scheme programming language is a dialect of Lisp
an empirically identifiable mode of linguistic organisation for children and therefore constitutes an interesting candidate for investigating how fluency relates to syntax in a psychologically real sense
a relatively deep, generative structure (langue) t hat shapes the way that empirical narratives (parole) are produced
In Kantian philosophy, a schema (plural: schemata) is the reference of a category or pure, non-empirical concept to an empirical sense impression . It is produced by the imagination through time.
A similarity template used to analyze genetic algorithms. By using wild-card characters, a schema defines an entire class of strings that may be found in a population.
a blueprint for a specific class of resource
a generic template for carrying out some activity
(Gr., "form," "appearance"): the habit or costume of a monk or nun, comprising of a long dark tunic made out of cotton or wool and a sleeveless vest. Over these garments was worn a voluminous dark cloak called the mandyas (see cat 238, 239). Monastics wore a hood that tightly covered the head, terminating in with lappets. A distinction in costume was occasionally made between those who had been professed into the greater schema, vows which bound the monastic to a higher degree of asceticism; however, many monastic foundation charters or typika do not discuss the differentiation of rank.
The list of elements on a particular page. For ex., the schema for the Generic Page consists of Page Navigation, Ancestor Navigation, BodyCopy, BodyCopySupplement, etc.
A set of elements representing the characteristics of an entity. In the ASN, two primary schemas are used: (1) the standard document, and (2) the statement.
a rule that specifies production of images and picks out categories as being applicable to perceptions (appearances)
a self-perpetuating system of interacting cognitions, emotions, behaviors and perceptions of the self and the world
a collection of cubes and virtual cubes
a collection of cubes, shared dimensions, and roles
an internally coherent collection of beliefs and values that a person uses to give meaning and consistency to their interactions with the outside world
a forest automaton and an instance is a finite set of forests (sequences of trees)
a contextual short cut that helps us recognize and categorizing sensual content, meta has no content inherent in it
Keywords:  xed, ned, subset, binary, strings
a naturally de ned subset of the space of xed-length binary strings
Keywords:  shellsort, socks, summer, stamps, com
ShellSort SOCKS summer time
A mini-theory about things, people, language, places, and other phenomena in a person's background of experiences.
the background knowledge on which the interpretation of a text depends
This term refers to the background knowledge about a subject that a student already knows before a topic is introduced.
a body of knowledge, acquired in the process of acculturation, that summarizes what typically occurs in events of various sorts
a stored solution to a common problem, and a large amount of programming expertise is simply the ability to retrieve a solution to a problem
prior knowledge that is stored in the brain in some organizational form; building blocks of thinking
In learning psychology, the way in which a human processes, store and "recreates" information coming into the brain.
a machine-readable translation that maps an internally stored data block to a model viewable in the context of the application
a diagram of relations similar to but less complete than an E-R model
a fundamental pattern of behaviour through which a child learns systematically
a pattern of values at particular locations within a gene
a pattern that starts in childhood and repeats itself throughout your life
a collection of EXPRESS declarations that establishes a bounded scope for the declarations and may be considered as a "container" for declarations like entities
Mechanism for declaring constraints
a shorthand way that we use to make it easier to survive in this complex world easier
a recurrent pattern, shape, and regularity in, or of, these ongoing ordering activities
an arrangement of knowledge already possessed by the perceiver that is used to predict ad classify new sensory data
a set of machine-verifiable expectations that a data consumer maintains and enforces about the data it consumes
Logical Organization of Data.
Keywords:  plural, layout, presentation, see
Schema (plural: schemata or schemas). See "presentation layout schema".
Keywords:  preliminary, plan
a schematic or preliminary plan
Keywords:  icons, nature, name
Name given to icons of a similar nature
Keywords:  catalog, see
See catalog.
Keywords:  old, integrating, new, process
process of integrating new knowledge with old knowledge