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Taxonomic classification is the act of placing an object or concept into a set or sets of categories (such as a taxonomy or a subject index), based on the properties of the object or concept.

A person may classify the object or concept according to an ontology.


Examples of taxonomic classification include:

See also Edit

de:Kategorie (Klassifikation)
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