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Faceted

Shapes that resemble any of the flat, angular surfaces that are similar to those cut on a gemstone.
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Faceted search is quite common, but where to find it is not always obvious.
The analysis we present here also demonstrates the utility of the Many Faceted Rasch Measurement Model to measure on a common scale the element parameters of the different facets involved in measuring performance on constructed response tests.
Based on the extant designs on faceted browsing, faceted search, and dynamic faceted search, our research considers the use of a complex ontology defined to support the dynamic category selection.
* How do faceted classification and RDF work together?
Returning to the first faceted example I gave in this article, I should note that, at that time, the technical innovation I used as my search term was one that was still new for the organization.
The power of faceted search lies in the ability of users to create their own custom navigation by combining various perspectives rather than forcing them through a specific path.
A faceted hierarchical classification uses a set of category hierarchies (instead of only one).
But whereas the central feature of the faceted special classification is its rigorous observance of the rules of logical division (see Sections 5.3/7), this cannot be said to apply initially to a general classification.
The fish's body is faceted to represent the scales seen on actual fish.
A beautifully faceted diamond may be forever, but there are many types of facets in crystals that, until now, seemed to be never.
This faceted undersurface is important to its stability.
Blauwet loaned one crystal and one of the faceted stones to these authors for examination (Figure 10).