What is grouping?

  • (noun): A system for classifying things into groups.
    Synonyms: pigeonholing
    See also — Additional definitions below

Grouping

Grouping is a form of hierarchical knowledge representation, similar to mind mapping, concept mapping and argument mapping, all of which need to observe at least some of the principles of grouping.

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Bracket (mathematics)
... Generally such bracketing denotes some form of grouping in evaluating an expression containing a bracketed sub-expression, the operators in the sub-expr ... such as the vinculum, were similarly used for grouping in present-day use, these notations have all specific meanings ... grouping) was suggested in 1608 by Christoforus Clavius and in 1629 by Albert Girard ...
Grouping
... Grouping is a form of hierarchical knowledge representation, similar to mind mapping, concept mapping and argument mapping, all of which need to observe at least ... The principles of grouping include MECE (mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive), levels of abstraction and horizontal and vertical congruence ... Grouping may also insinuate a collective virtually bringing individuals of all sorts regardless of caste, creed, ethnic origin or even religion to one single platform, where ...
Muenchian Grouping
... Muenchian grouping is an algorithm for grouping of data used in XSL Transformations that identifies keys in the results and then queries all nodes with that key ... This improves the traditional alternative for grouping, whereby each node is checked against previous (or following) nodes to determine if the key is unique (if it is, this would indicate a new group) ...

More definitions of "grouping":

  • (noun): The activity of putting things together in groups.
  • (noun): Any number of entities (members) considered as a unit.
    Synonyms: group