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Product naming convention

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In industry, product naming conventions
Consistent use of alphanumeric characters and separating devices defines a Naming convention.

Naming convention (programming)

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In computer programming, identifier naming conventions
Naming convention

Computer network naming scheme

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In computer networking, naming scheme
Naming convention

Systematic name

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In the sciences, systematic names for a variety of things
Naming convention

Onomastics

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American Name Society Promote onomastics, the study of names and naming practices, both in the United States and abroad.
Naming convention

Convention (norm)

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A naming convention is a convention (generally agreed scheme) for naming things.

Manhattan

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Allow useful information to be deduced from the names based on regularities. For instance, in Manhattan, streets are consecutively numbered; with East-West streets called "Streets" and North-South streets called "Avenues".

Planetary nomenclature

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In astronomy, planetary nomenclature

Classics

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In classics, Roman naming conventions

Roman naming conventions

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In classics, Roman naming conventions Children's names may be alphabetical by birth order. In some Asian cultures, siblings commonly share a middle name. In many cultures the son is usually named after the father or grandfather. In other cultures, the name may include the place of residence. Roman naming convention denotes social rank.

Computer programming

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In computer programming, identifier naming conventions

Computer network

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In computer networking, naming scheme

Personal name

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In humans, naming offspring

Middle name

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Children's names may be alphabetical by birth order. In some Asian cultures, siblings commonly share a middle name. In many cultures the son is usually named after the father or grandfather. In other cultures, the name may include the place of residence. Roman naming convention denotes social rank.

OBO Foundry

Open Biomedical Ontologies Foundry
Developers of database schemas, program-name terminology and ontologies may apply a common set of labeling conventions for naming representational entities in their representational artefacts, i.e. conventions outlined or endorsed by terminology-regulatory bodies or by policy providers such as ISO or the OBO Foundry.

Moscow State University

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The names of universities can commemorate founders, patrons or relevant monarchs: note for example Lomonosov Moscow State University, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Victoria University of Wellington, or Johns Hopkins University. A Latinate version confers extra class - note Alma Mater Rudolphina for the University of Vienna or Universitas Complutensis for the Complutense University of Madrid.

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

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The names of universities can commemorate founders, patrons or relevant monarchs: note for example Lomonosov Moscow State University, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Victoria University of Wellington, or Johns Hopkins University. A Latinate version confers extra class - note Alma Mater Rudolphina for the University of Vienna or Universitas Complutensis for the Complutense University of Madrid.

Victoria University of Wellington

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The names of universities can commemorate founders, patrons or relevant monarchs: note for example Lomonosov Moscow State University, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Victoria University of Wellington, or Johns Hopkins University. A Latinate version confers extra class - note Alma Mater Rudolphina for the University of Vienna or Universitas Complutensis for the Complutense University of Madrid.

Johns Hopkins University

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The names of universities can commemorate founders, patrons or relevant monarchs: note for example Lomonosov Moscow State University, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Victoria University of Wellington, or Johns Hopkins University. A Latinate version confers extra class - note Alma Mater Rudolphina for the University of Vienna or Universitas Complutensis for the Complutense University of Madrid.

University of Vienna

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The names of universities can commemorate founders, patrons or relevant monarchs: note for example Lomonosov Moscow State University, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Victoria University of Wellington, or Johns Hopkins University. A Latinate version confers extra class - note Alma Mater Rudolphina for the University of Vienna or Universitas Complutensis for the Complutense University of Madrid.

Complutense University of Madrid

University of MadridComplutense UniversityUniversities of Madrid
The names of universities can commemorate founders, patrons or relevant monarchs: note for example Lomonosov Moscow State University, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Victoria University of Wellington, or Johns Hopkins University. A Latinate version confers extra class - note Alma Mater Rudolphina for the University of Vienna or Universitas Complutensis for the Complutense University of Madrid.

Car

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Products. Automobiles typically have a binomial name, a "make" (manufacturer) and a "model", in addition to a model year. Computers, and computer programs, often have increasing numbers in their names to signify the successive generations.

Telephone number

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Virtually all organizations that assign names or numbers follow some convention in generating these identifiers (e.g. phone numbers, bank accounts, government IDs, credit cards, etc.).

Bank account

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Virtually all organizations that assign names or numbers follow some convention in generating these identifiers (e.g. phone numbers, bank accounts, government IDs, credit cards, etc.).