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Classification systems are ‘…lists of things which relate to the same subject. A classification system may be based around an organised structure which can become progressively more granular as it breaks down into further subsets.’
Ref Information management according to BS EN ISO 19650 Guidance Part 1: Concepts, second edition, published by the UK BIM Alliance, the Centre for Digital Built Britain and the British Standards Institute in July 2019. https://ukbimframework.org/resources/
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