The ACM Computing Classification System [1991 version]
Valid in 1995
The full CR classification scheme involves three concepts
(described more fully in the Introduction): general terms, implicit subject
descriptors, and the four-level tree (containing three numbered levels
and a fourth unnumbered level).
These apply to any elements of the tree that are relevant.
- Human factors
- Legal aspects
Implicit Subject Descriptors
Names of languages of systems may be used under appropriate nodes,
e.g., Pascal under D.3.2 (Language Classifications) or VM under D.4.0
(Operating Systems -- General).
Full Tree with Subject Descriptors
The full CR classification tree is available as a
or as an
(An asterisk (*) next to a subject descriptor indicates that the
classification is no longer be used as of January 1991, but that the
item is still searchable for previously classified documents.)
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