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Object-oriented Programming in C#
Introduction to Object-oriented Programming
Classification and exemplification

On this page we focus on the connection between concepts and phenomena.

To classify is to form a concept that covers a collection of similar phenomena.

To exemplify is to focus on a phenomenon in the extension of the concept

The relationships between concepts and phenomena. Given a concept we can identify the examples of phenomena in the extension of the concept. Given such an example, we can (the other way around) find the concept that classifies the sample phenomenon.