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  • Classification [back to top] There are some 10 million species of living organisms (mostly insects), and many more extinct ones, so they need to be classified in a A group of similar organisms is called a taxon, and the science of classification is called taxonomy. — “BiologyMad A-Level Biology”,
  • Encyclopedia article about Classification. Information about Classification in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. scientific classification, biological classification, taxonomic classification. — “Classification definition of Classification in the Free”, encyclopedia2
  • In this tutorial you will be learning about the Linnaean system of classification used in the biological sciences to describe and categorize all living things. The focus is on finding out how humans fit within this system. In addition, you will. — “Classification of Living Things: Introduction”, anthro.palomar.edu
  • Definition of classification from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of classification. Pronunciation of classification. Definition of the word classification. Origin of the word classification. — “classification - Definition of classification at”,
  • The classification of a rose is shown in Figure 1, while that of a warbler is illustrated in Figure 2. Phenetic classifications are plagued by problems of convergence and parallelism, but are useful in their attempt to objectify the classification process. — “Biological Diversity I”, emc.maricopa.edu
  • Accepted systems of classification have changed at a far faster pace than the species have taken to evolve, that's for certain. Classifying larger organisms into kingdoms is usually easy, but in a microenvironment it can be tricky. — “Classification by kingdoms”, ruf.rice.edu
  • Biological Diversity and Classification. Taxonomy is that branch of Linneus attempted to pigeon-hole (or classify) all known species of his time (1753). — “Classification”, .lb
  • Scientific classification refers to how biologists group and categorize extinct and living species of organisms. Modern classification has its roots in the system of Carl Linnaeus, who grouped species according to shared physical characteristics. — “Scientific classification”,
  • The WHO Family of International Classifications. The WHO constitution mandates the production of international classifications on health so that there is a consensual, meaningful and useful framework which governments, providers and consumers can use as a common language. — “WHO | The WHO Family of International Classifications”, who.int
  • Classification: grouping based on characteristics. What is the scientific name for humans? It became obvious that Aristotle's system of classification was not adequate. — “Classification”, staff.tuhsd.k12.az.us
  • Classification Essays Classification Essays Classification Essays - Classification Essays Classification Essays Classification Essays Classification Essays Classification Essays Classification Essays Classification Essays Classification Essays Classification Essays. — “Free classification Essays”, 123
  • Taxonomy is the science of describing, naming, and classifying living and extinct organisms (the term is also employed in a wider sense to refer to the classification of all things, including inanimate objects, places and events, or to the principles underlying the classification of things). — “Taxonomy - New World Encyclopedia”,
  • classification, in biology, the systematic categorization of organisms into a coherent scheme. The original purpose of biological classification, or systematics, was to organize the vast number of known plants and animals into categories that could be named, remembered, and discussed. — “classification — ”,
  • classification (plural classifications) The act of forming into a class or classes; a And there is also taxinomia a principle of classification and ordered tabulation. — “classification - Wiktionary”,
  • classification n. The act, process, or result of classifying. A category or class. Biology . The systematic grouping of organisms into categories on. — “classification: Definition, Synonyms from ”,
  • Definition of classification in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of classification. Pronunciation of classification. Translations of classification. classification synonyms, classification antonyms. Information about classification in the free. — “classification - definition of classification by the Free”,
  • An introduction to plant and animal classification Here we're talking about the system known as classification, a very important topic if you want to learn more about Earth's living things. — “Classification”,
  • Classification Rap. Zdonk. Use of our material: We have worked very hard on Powerpoints/games/worksheets, etc to make this a resource for our students. If you are using our materials, please give us credit for our efforts by listing us as a source with links to our site. — “classification”, local.brookings.k12.sd.us
  • Supervised learning (see Classification (machine learning) Document classification. Classified information - sensitive information to which access is restricted. — “Classification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Classification definition, the act of classifying. See more. classification (klās'ə-fĭ-kā'shən) Pronunciation Key. The systematic grouping of organisms according to the structural or evolutionary relationships among them. Organisms are normally classified by observed similarities in their body and cell. — “Classification | Define Classification at ”,
  • Get information, facts, and pictures about classification at . Make research projects and school reports about classification easy with credible articles from our FREE, online encyclopedia and dictionary. — “classification Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia”,

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  • Mammal Classification Explains how mammals are classified. Increase your appreciation for mammals. Find more animal activities and games at
  • Singapore vs Egypt - Women's Volleyball - 5th-6th Classification - Singapore 2010 Youth Games See highlights as Egypt win their women's volleyball match at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore
  • Alyth Yard, Classification Hump A view of the classification yard and the hump yard is in full action.
  • ECHA - Classification and labelling, notify in time! ECHA invites companies to get ready and notify in time. The EU Regulation on Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) places new legal obligations on chemical companies operating in the EU market. By 1 December 2010, they are required to classify and label their hazardous substances according to the CLP rules. Kevin Pollard, Head of Unit for Registration and Dossier Submission talks about how to submit classification and labelling notifications to ECHA.
  • Import/Export Classification- Part 1 Part one in a series on Import and Export classification from an expert in the field.
  • Unsupervised Image Classification - Expectation-Maximization This presentation describes the Expectation-Maximization Method, that aims to estimate n classes in a data set, according to some parameters. Also, a description of the algorithm is shown, and some results are presented to certify the method, in comparison to other classification methods, ***yzing accuracy.
  • Philippines vs Iran - Men's Basketball 9th-12th Classification - Singapore 2010 Youth Games Watch Philippines win their men's basketball classification match at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore
  • The Bamford Classification of Stroke This video gives a brief summary of the Bamford (Oxford) Classification of Stroke.
  • Rare Arizona Meteorite Find and Classification - Achondrite Meteorite! Ruben Garcia My Website: My Articles My Videos: to Laurence Garvie at ASU and Marvin Killgore U of A. Special thanks to the band "Kingdom Heights" for allowing me to use their music!
  • Classification and Intellectual Disability CC Robert L. Schalock, PhD, Professor Emeritus and Former Chair of Hastings College, and co-author of the new AAIDD definition manual, talks about the five key assumptions in the definition of intellectual disability, how classification of ID has changed, and what the new manual means for professionals on a practical level.
  • Animal Classification Lesson Plan abut the classification of the animal kindom.
  • Star Classification - Sixty Symbols The Sun is designated as a "G2V" star. What does that mean? More physics and astronomy at
  • Geerup's Terrible Lizard Classification This is my attempt to correct Geerup's concepts of classification and explain to him what reptiles, lizards, and dinosaurs are and how species diversify through evolution.
  • Classification Rap The Video that Started it All! In 1989 TH Culhane, a brand new science teacher at Crenshaw High School in South Central LA, joined forces with video instructor Phil Kuretski and together with their students they created TH's first "Melodic-Mnemonic" -- a rap song that successfully embedded the Linnean system of classification -- Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species -- using rap and melody as the carrier wave for the textbook data that students were expected to memorize. Culhane's "Melodic-Mnemonic" method worked so well that his "at-risk" students were able to successfully compete with "gifted students" and test scores went up on biology exams. For the next near decade Culhane expanded the subject matter he and his students covered using the Melodic-Mnemonic approach. Recently, Culhane has been using the approach with the US State Department's Cultural Affairs program, teaching science workshops in schools in Egypt, Kuwait, Oman, Morrocco, Israel and Palestine.
  • Lec-23 Multi-Class Classification Using Multi-layered Perceptrons Lecture Series on Neural Networks and Applications by Prof.S. Sengupta, Department of Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit nptel.iitm.ac.in
  • DENT 718: Classification and components of removable partial dentures Lecture 5 in a course on creating removable prosthodontic appliances (dentures). This lecture covers the Kennedy partial denture classification system.
  • Two Spirals Problem - classification with Sharky Neural Network (SNN) Playing with neural networks classification using Sharky Neural Network (SNN). This free software is available on page: Two-spirals problem is often used as a test for comparing the quality of different learning algorithms. Two different neural networks you can see in this movie (2 and 2:5:10:2). SNN is using supervised machine learning with backpropagation algorithm. Each neuron has bias and bipolar sigmoid activation function. Voiced by Ivona Music by Włodzimierz Antoniw Classification neural network in action
  • Distance Teaching Universities Classification Parameters, Prof. S. Guri-Rosenblit: Distance Teaching Universities: Classification Parameters, by Prof. Sarah Guri-Riosenblit from The Open University of Israel. Around 15 million students have been studying in 2010 in various-type distance teaching institutions worldwide. This lecture higlights a range of classification parameters of distance higher education providers which include: institutional modes, generations of technology, size, public/private dimensions, scope of operation (global, national, local), instructional approaches, innovative clusters. The lecture concludes with discussing leading future trends which will characterize distance education in the next decades.
  • Medical Benefits Of Marijuana - National Cancer Institute CLICK TO TWEET: MSNBC host Cenk Uygur explains how the National Cancer Institute has recognized several possible medical benefits from marijuana use. This could lead to having marijuana reclassified from a Schedule 1 drug down to a Schedule III drug in which case the government could not crack down on medical marijuana shops. Subscribe: bit.ly TYT Mobile: bit.ly On Facebook: On Twitter: ***: FREE Movies(!): Note: The above two links are for TYT sponsors. Read Ana's blog and subscribe at: Read Cenk's Blog: Other TYT Network channels:
  • Ewart Oakeshott- Innovator in Sword Classification Besides being an acclaimed author and collector of medieval arms and armor, Oakeshott developed the most inclusive system for categorizing and describing swords- The Oakeshott Typology. In this production diary you will see how Reclaiming the Blade explores Oakeshott's contributions to Historical European Martial Arts and takes his Typology to the next visual level with the help of artist, Michael Harley.
  • tutorial on Bayesian classification part3/3 This tutorial is for a beginner.
  • Velocity 2010: Andrew Shafer, "Change Management: A Scientific Classification" Andrew Shafer (Cloudscaling), "Change Management: A Scientific Classification"
  • Classification Theorem for Finite Simple Groups Music Video The lyrics to the song can be found in "Contemporary Abstract Algebra" by Joseph Gallian (ISBN 81-7319-269-3) pages 416 & 418. As a final project in my moderna algebra class, a fellow classmate and I were assigned the task of setting the lyrics to music and making a video to go along with the song.
  • Acne Lesions and Classification Dr. Thomas P. Habif, MD discusses Acne Lesions and Classification. See more at PLEASE RATE AND COMMENT!!! Acne Classification Acne lesions Acne lesions are divided into inflammatory and noninflammatory lesions. Noninflammatory lesions consist of open and closed comedones. Open and closed comedones are the first lesions to appear. Closed comedones or white heads appear as white microcysts. The follicular opening is barely perceptible. Open comedones or black heads have a dilated follicular orifice that contains a plug with a dark surface. The opening may be small or very large. Inflammatory acne lesions are characterized by the presence of papules, pustules, and nodules (cysts). Papules are less than 5 mm in diameter. Pustules have a visible central core of purulent material. Nodules are greater than 5 mm in diameter. Nodules may become suppurative or hemorrhagic. Suppurative nodular lesions have been referred to as cysts because of their resemblance to inflamed epidermal cysts. Recurring rupture and reepithelialization of cysts leads to epithelial-lined sinus tracks, often accompanied by disfiguring scars. Classification Inflammatory acne lesions are classified as papulopustular and nodular. A severity grade based on a lesion count approximation is assigned as mild, moderate, or severe. Mild cases have few to several lesions. They do not have cysts. Moderate cases have several to many papules and few to several cysts. Patients with severe acne have ...
  • tutorial on Bayesian classification part2/3 This tutorial is for a beginner.
  • Animal Classification Learn the classification system
  • Classification Classification of organisms. A2 Biology Revision (AQA Spec.A) Music: End of You Too by Metronomy
  • Data Mining, CHAID for Classification - Session 18 Session 18 of the series uses CHAID decision trees to classify good and bad credit risk. CHAID decision trees are particularly well suited for large data sets and often find application in marketing segmentation. This session discusses the ***ysis options in STATISTICA and review CHAID output including the decision trees and performance indices.
  • Classification of Life Chapter 16-19 podcast on the classification of life. A quick survey of the three domains of life. Spanish translation - by Jaime Ochoa Images from 'Biology: Concepts and Connections' (6th Ed.) by Campbell, Reece, Taylor, Simon, Dickey; Pearson Education
  • Library of Congress Classification System This video teaches the basics of the Library of Congress Classification system.
  • Automatic Classification of Documents using RapidMiner This is part 5 of a 5 part video series on Text Mining using the free and open-source RapidMiner. This video describes how to automatically classify documents using the Nearest Neighbor algorithm, and finding out which words are important to classification using the Naive Bayes learner. Cross-Validation is also covered.
  • On Sequence Kernels for SVM classification of sets of... Google Tech Talks April 10, 2007 ABSTRACT Support Vector Machines (SVMs) have become one of the most popular tools for discriminative classification of static data. However, research in SVM classification of dynamic (continuous) data has gained in interest only recently. In this presentation, I first give an overview of existing sequence kernels for classification of sets of vectors. I then present a new family of sequence kernels that generalizes the Generalized Linear Discriminant Sequence (GLDS) kernel. As opposed to GLDS, the new sequence kernels allow implicit normalized expansions in a high/infinite-dimensional feature space (FS). Moreover, they induce a Mahalanobis distance in the FS which...
  • Introduction to Lauge Hansen & Danis Weber Classifications Ankle Fracture © 2010 [email protected] Lauge-Hansen is perhaps one of the most commonly utilized classifications for ankle fractures. Dr. Lauge-Hansen in 1948, broke down the mechanism of injury into two simplistic terms for a complicated three-dimensional fracture. The first term describes the position of the foot at the time of injury. The second term was originally described as the direction and/or force in which the talus moves relative to the tibia and the fibula. Since, the original classification was based off of a cadaver study the second term has been modified to describe the way the tibia moves relative to the talus, which is what occurs in a weight-bearing individual. Lauge-Hansen's classification is a numerical system which describes a step-wise approach through the injuries progression. One must look at rotational injuries in a clockwise fashion while direct blow injuries must be looked at in a transverse abductory /adductory fashion. Generally pronation injuries will start at the medial aspect of the ankle joint while supination injuries will start at the lateral aspect of the ankle joint. This classification not only allows you to visualize the osseous injury to the tibia & fibula but also incorporates the ligamentous structures that may become damaged within the ankle joint. The Lauge-Hansen system can provide insight into the proper maneuvers required for closed reduction. Another classification that is commonly correlated with the Lauge-Hansen ...
  • Electro gravitics & UFO propulsion 2/3 Part 3 PAUL A. LaVIOLETTE, PH.D, is author of The Talk of the Galaxy, Earth Under Fire, Genesis of the Cosmos (Beyond the Big Bang), Subquantum Kinetics, and editor of A Systems View of Man. He has also published many original papers in physics, astronomy, climatology, systems theory, and psychology. He received his BA in physics from Johns Hopkins, his MBA from the University of Chicago, and PhD from Portland State University and is currently president of the Starburst Foundation, an interdisciplinary scientific research institute.
  • Lecture - 18 Index Properties and Classification of Soils Lecture Series on Engineering Geology by Prof. Debasis Roy, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT,Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit nptel.iitm.ac.in
  • Classification of Animals Check us out at Animal Kingdom can be split up into main groups, vertebrates (with a backbone) and invertebrates (without a backbone). When you think of an animal, you usually think of something like a cat, a dog, a mouse, or a tiger. All told, around 800000 species have been identified in the Animal Kingdom -- most of them in the Arthropod phylum. In fact, some scientists believe that if we were to identify all species in the tropical rain forests the ranks of Arthropoda would swell to over 10 million species! Most people do not normally think of a clam, a jellyfish, or an earthworm as an animal. To date there are five kingdoms: Animalia, which is made up of animals; Plantae, which is made up of plants; Protista, which is made up of protists (single-celled creatures invisible to the human eye); Fungi, which is made up of mushrooms, mold, yeast, lichen, etc; and Monera, which is made up of the three types of bacteria. The next category is the Phylum. There are several phyla within each kingdom. The phyla start to break the animals (or plants, fungi, etc) into smaller and more recognizable groups. The best known phylum is Chordata, which contains all animals with backbones (fish, birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians). There is also Arthropoda (insects, spiders, crustaceans); Mollusca (snails, squid, clam); Annelida (segmented worms); Echinodermata (starfish, sea urchins) and many, many more. The next category that makes up the phyla is the Class. The ...
  • Biological Classification: Kingdoms Just something that I cooked up for some Biology homework. It's the five kingdoms in classification. Enjoy =] None of the video clips are of my own making, and credit should go to the BBC, National Geographic and others, but I don't know who...
  • Burns: Classification and Treatment This 3D medical animation depicts burns, which are skin injuries caused by heat, chemicals, electricity, or radiation. Types of burns are shown, including first-degree/superficial burns, second-degree/partial thickness burns, third-degree/full thickness burns, and fourth-degree burns. Treatments for burns are described, including antibiotic ointments, bandages, and medications such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen.
  • Dv16 class shunter locomotives at Pasila classification yard Dv16 class shunters #2020, 2025 and 2026 working at Pasila classification yard in Helsinki (24th Aug 2005). These old shunters are about to withdrawn from service at years 2007-2008. In future Pasila classification yard will also to be ceased.
  • Action At BNSF's Classification Yard. Galesburg, IL. 8-29-09. I went to the enormous Galesburg Yard to get a few shots before I left. When I got around the North end of the yard, GN SD39 #1924 was spotted switching. BNSF has been giving their yard switchers reporting marks like "GN" to open up more numbers for newer locos. Next I viewed the engine facility atop the Rt-10 bridge that pretty much cuts the yard in half. A great assortment of power hung around the shops today including an IC&E SD40-2. It was pretty quiet South of the bridge. Two Cascade SD40-2s idle by the tower waiting to be recrewed. (c) 9th Street Productions.
  • No R18+ Gaming Classification in Australia PLEASE NOTE .. The sound in this recording is somewhat suboptimal .. have updated the recording (finally) and it's available here The following segment was from South Australia's Stateline program, made by the ABC (Australia). If you want to contact Mr Atkinson to tell him your views, his official email address is [email protected]
  • 2A1.Foraminiferal Classification.mov How foraminifera are classified: test composition, test structure, type and location of aperture(s), habitat, single or double wall. Pictures of seven genera of living benthonic forms, one planktonic This is a replacement for 2A posted previously, now deleted because music accompaniment was deemed too loud.