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2202Re: [TaxoCoP] 7x3 classification

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  • Seth Earley
    Sep 4, 2007

      Well, I suppose the purpose of the group is to get perspective from one’s community of fellow practitioners.  I imagine we could Google any topic contained in these discussions!  <smile>


      OK, I’ll bite.


      I see lots of resources but not sure the relevance (without digging too deeply).  It seems to be a mathematical construct but I am not sure the application to taxonomy, search, content management, metadata standards, etc.


      Anyone want to shed some light?  (Or provide a concise link).



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      If you "google" it you'll get lots of resources. Regards!

      On 9/4/07, jk martin <dakini45@yahoo. com > wrote:

      Forgive me for not sending an intro first, I've been lurking here for ages, and this is the first time I've needed to ask a question of this knowledgeable community. One of my customers asked me if I was familiar with a 7x3 classification scheme and I have to admit - I'm stumped.  Anyone out there have a reference to this?

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