Schema

Description of a structure, details ...
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Schema

In the Piagetian sense, an organized body of knowlege/abilities that changes due to experience.
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Schema

A description of a feature's attributes or, more specifically, the specific attribution model for a feature in terms of primitive data types and constraints on these types.
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schema

[n] - an internal representation of the world
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Schema

Although little is known about the mind's way of representing propositional knowledge, two approaches have been particularly influential over the years. The first of these is the very long-standing Associationist tradition, and the second is Head's (1926) concept of the 'schema'. The former derives
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Schema

(In topic `Data Warehousing & BI`) A schema (plural = schemata) is the organisation or structure for a database and derives from the Greek word for ‘form.` The activity of data modeling leads to the creation of a schema of which there are 2 major types: the STAR schema and SNOWFLAKE schema.
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Schema

Sche'ma noun ; plural Schemata , English Schemas . [ G. See Scheme .] (Kantian Philos.) An outline or image universally applicable to a general conception, under which it is likely to be presented to the mind; as, five dots in a line are a schema of the...
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schema

1. A plan, outline, or arrangement. ... Synonym: scheme. ... 2. In sensorimotor theory, the organised unit of cognitive experience. ... Origin: G. Schema, shape, form ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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schema

(ske´mә) a plan, outline, or arrangement.
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Schema

• (n.) An outline or image universally applicable to a general conception, under which it is likely to be presented to the mind; as, five dots in a line are a schema of the number five; a preceding and succeeding event are a schema of cause and effect.
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schema

(from the article `human behaviour`) ...perception, discrimination, interpretation, classification, recall and recognition memory, evaluation, inference, and deduction. The cognitive ...
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SCHEMA

[bioinformatics] SCHEMA is a computational algorithm used in protein engineering to identify fragments of proteins (called schemas) that can be recombined without disturbing the integrity of the proteins` three-dimensional structure. The algorithm calculates the interactions between a protein`s different amino acid residues to determine whi...
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schema

knowledge structures that contain the general rules and information necessary for interpreting situations and for guiding behavior. Schema are sometimes thought of as 'subroutines' that the human mind uses to control routine behavior, on 'autopilot.' Skill-based cognitive control is accomplished using schema.
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Schema

(Gr. schema) Figure, external form or structural plan, specifically, in Aristotle's logic, a syllogistic figure. -- G.R.M. In Kant's Critique of Pure Reason (Tr. Analytic): The procedure of the imagination by which the categories of the understanding are applied to the manifold of sensuous intuitions. Imagination, working with the pure form of tim....
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schema

Type: Term Pronunciation: skē′mă, skē-mah′tă Definitions: 1. A plan, outline, or arrangement. 2. In sensorimotor theory, the organized unit of cognitive experience. Synonyms: scheme
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Schema

The structure of a database system. All submissions are added to a database in XML format, therefore the XML must adhere to a structure defined in a schema.
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Schema

[Kant] In Kantian philosophy, a transcendental schema (plural: schemata; from σχῆμα, `form, shape, figure`) is the procedural rule by which a category or pure, non-empirical concept is associated with a sense impression. A private, subjective intuition is thereby discursively thought to be a representation of an external object. Trans...
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Schema

[psychology] In psychology and cognitive science, a schema (plural schemata or schemas) describes an organized pattern of thought or behavior that organizes categories of information and the relationships among them. It can also be described as a mental structure of preconceived ideas, a framework representing some aspect of the world, or a...
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schema

(pl. schemas or schemata) the background knowledge on which the interpretation of a text depends
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