Of the nature of a hierarchy; arranged in order of rank,
Of the nature of a hierarchy; arranged in order of rank
the hierarchical bureaucracy of a local authority
classified according to various criteria into successive levels or layers; "it has been said that only a hierarchical society with a leisure class at the top can produce works of art"; "in her hierarchical set of values honesty comes first"
(hierarchically) in a hierarchical manner; "hierarchically organized"
(hierarchy) a series of ordered groupings of people or things within a system; "put honesty first in her hierarchy of values"
(hierarchy) the organization of people at different ranks in an administrative body
(Hierarchy (church)) A hierarchical organization is an organizational structure where every entity in the organization, except one, is subordinate to a single other entity. This arrangement is a form of a hierarchy. ...
(Hierarchy (mathematics)) In mathematics, a hierarchy is a preorder, i.e. an ordered set. The term is used to stress a natural hierarchical relation among the elements. In particular, it is the preferred terminology for posets whose elements are classes of objects of increasing complexity. ...
(Hierarchy (object-oriented programming)) In object-oriented programming (OOP), Inheritance is a way to compartmentalize and reuse code by creating collections of attributes and behaviors called objects which can be based on previously created objects. ...
Pertaining to a hierarchy; Of or pertaining to an ecclesiastic or priestly order; Classified or arranged according to various criteria into successive ranks or grades
(hierarchy) A body of authoritative officials organized in nested ranks; Any group of objects ranked so that every one but the topmost is subordinate to a specified one above it
(Hierarchies) (191) the leaders or chiefs of religious groups; high priests. Milton uses the term to represent all the angels who make up the Heavenly Host.
(Hierarchies) Example: The table E (for EMPLOYEE) nr name mgr 1 Gretchen null 2 Bob 1 5 Anne 2 6 John 2 3 Hulda 1 4 Hjalmar 1 7 Usama 4 Going up in the hierarchy one level: What's the name of John's boss?
(Hierarchies) there are many perspectives and levels – organizational, technological and solution domain
(hierarchy) Trees (presentation, calculation, and so forth) used to express and navigate relationships.
(Hierarchy) The universal chain of individualized God-free beings fulfilling the attributes and aspects of God’s infinite Selfhood. ...
(hierarchy) A classification of relationships in which each item except the top one is a specialized form of the item above it. Each item can have one or more items below it in the hierarchy.
(Hierarchy) The higher clergy or College of bishops who are assigned to rule over spiritual matters of the church.
(hierarchy) A group of beings arranged in order of rank or class; as a hierarchy of God, Gods and devas.
(hierarchy) In Catholic usage, the term is used most commonly to refer collectively to the bishops of the world or a particular region. In technical uses, however, it may refer to all those who are ordained: deacons and priests as well as bishops. ...
(Hierarchy) Objects can be linked to each other in hierarchical groups. The Parent Object in such groups passes its transformations through to the Child Objects.
(hierarchy) The arrangement of a classification scheme from general to specific.
(hierarchy) A diagram that shows how various figures or ideas are related, often with a down ward direction that moves from more general to more specific. Below you will see the seven types of quadrilaterals arranged in a hierarchy. A hierarchy is similar to a flowchart.
(Hierarchy) The organization of a set of elements into subsets according to relations of dominance and subordination. Each element of a subset is subordinate to the subset as a whole which itself is subordinate to the superset of which it is an element, and so on. ...
A hierarchy defines the navigating path for drilling up and drilling down. All attributes in a hierarchy belong to the same dimension.
(Hierarchy) a social structure in which individuals or classes of people are ranked so that some people occupy higher levels of importance than others
Hierarchy is created from attributes that are related. The hierarchy is a series of parent-child relationships, typically where a parent member represents the consolidation of the members which are its children. Parent members can be further aggregated as the children of another parent.E.g. ...