Facet-like structures in computer science

Axiomathes 18 (2):243-255 (2008)
This paper discusses how facet-like structures occur as a commonplace feature in a variety of computer science disciplines as a means for structuring class hierarchies. The paper then focuses on a mathematical model for facets (and class hierarchies in general), called formal concept analysis, and discusses graphical representations of faceted systems based on this model.
Keywords Conceptual structures  Facets  Formal concept analysis  Hierarchy  Lattice
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DOI 10.1007/s10516-007-9023-y
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