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The word schema comes from the Greek word σχῆμα (skhēma), which means shape, or more generally, plan. The plural is σχήματα (skhēmata). In English, both schemas and schemata are used as plural forms.
Schema may refer to:
Science and technologyEdit
- SCHEMA (bioinformatics), an algorithm used in protein engineering
- Schema (genetic algorithms), a set of programs or bit strings that have some genotypic similarity
- Schema.org, a web markup vocabulary
- Schema (logic)
- Axiom schema, in formal logic
- Image schema, a recurring pattern of spatial sensory experience
- Database schema
- XML schema
- Schema (Kant), in philosophy
- Schema (psychology), a mental set or representation
- Schema Records, a jazz record label in Milan, Italy
- Body schema, a neural representation of one's own bodily posture
- Schema (monasciticsm), a solemn wow of asceticism of a monk in Orthodox monasticism
- Great Schema, the highest degree of Orthodox monasticism
- Schema (fly), a genus of insects
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