Branch Attributes

n.

Pronunciation

/brænʧ ˈætrəˌbjuts/

Definition

Attributes that further break a node into components and could potentially be used to add more detail to the hierarchy.

An example could be a type attribute such as <Broom Type> with values such as {Push} or {Whisk). If more granularization is desired using branch attributes to create more child categories is the first step that should be tried.

Category

Schema

Related Terms

Child Categories, Granularization, Type Attribute

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