Such /organizational schemes/ provide a structure through which both physical objects, such as printed documents, items in a museum, or the animal kingdom, and intellectual objects, such as ideas or concepts, are described, grouped, and related. Organizational schemes take various names and forms, including taxonomies, ontologies, metadata schemas, and information architectures.
Dr Feinberg's work involves investigating the conceptual basis of such schemes and using that conceptual understanding to propose new design possibilities, new work processes, and new criteria for evaluation.
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