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.1 Classification Family
4.2 Classification Series
4.3 Statistical Classification
4.5 Correspondence Table
4.6 Classification Index
4.7 Classification Item
4.9 Classification index entry
Appendix 1: Worked example of the G=
SIM Statistical Classification Model
Appendix 2: Checklist of possible cont= ent for the Introduction to a Statistical Classification
Appendix 3: A typology of Classification Item changes= p>
(Versio= n 1.1, December 2013)
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This document<= /span> defines the key= concepts that are relevant to structuring statistical classification metad= ata, and provides the conceptual framework for the development of a statist= ical classification management system. It is aimed at classification expert= s.
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