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hierarchical classification

hierarchical classification
A classification whose classes are either successive divisions of a summum genus (the all-inclusive kind) or, conversely, successive aggregations form an infima species (the lowest, indivisible class). The in-between classes are called subalterna genera. Hierarchical or vertical classifications assume transitivity and employ the mode of analysis (and definition) called per genus proximum et differentiam sepcificam. Vulgary: an ordering in which a genus (the all-inclusive class) is divide into species and subspecies

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