Writers' FIrst Review Draft:    (2XI7)

Term    (2XI8)

Subject Taxonomy    (2XI9)

Origin/Source for Inclusion of the Term    (2XIA)

Data Reference Model Wiki http://colab.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?Enterprise_Architecture_Glossary_Of_Terms#nid2PS5    (2XIB)

OMB Context Definition    (2XIC)

Reference/URL OMB Context Definition    (2XID)

Business Definition    (2XIE)

Classification of data into formal text related to a specific subject.    (2XIF)

Reviewer Comment: No issue. Note - need to look at how the words data and information are used throughout all the definitions - consistency.    (2XIG)

Reference/URL for Business Definition    (2XIH)

Definition developed by Shaun Edens, IAC Support Team    (2XII)

Technical Definition    (2XIJ)

May refer to either a hierarchical classification of things, or the principles underlying the classification for a particular subject. Almost anything, animate objects, inanimate objects, places, and events, may be classified according to some taxonomic scheme related to a subject.    (2XIK)

Reviewer Comment: Issue: conflicting topic in the definition - classification vs principle. The term taxonomy by itself means the classification of anything to include "principle" (American Heritage Dic). However, The definition as is, closely, mirrors the definition of Taxonomy. "Subject" was added was added as qualifier to make it distinct from "Taxonomy" by itself (to emphasize a particular topic within data). Unless a demonstrative example can be present based on the notion of principle, recommend removing references to "principles". Or alternatively, how is this definition materially different from the dictionary definition of "Taxonomy"?????    (2XIL)

Reference/URL Technical Definition    (2XIM)

Original definition developed by Shaun Edens, Enterprise Architecture Analyst AT&T based on Taxonomy definition. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taxonomy    (2XIN)

Context Definition 1    (2XIO)

The term subject taxonomy, with respect to subject mapping is an arrangement of the set of subject classes into a hierarchy. In the process of inspecting terms for key-term mappings, you are developing subject taxonomy. A subject class or subject is an ontological concept that represents the semantic content.    (2XIP)

Reference/URL Context Definition 1    (2XIQ)

http://www.ctr.columbia.edu/~jrsmith/html/pubs/wsspie/node7.html    (2XIR)

Context Definition 2    (2XIS)

Reference/URL for Context Definition 2    (2XIT)

Context Definition 3    (2XIU)

Reference/URL for Context Definition 3    (2XIV)

See Also Related Terms    (2XIW)