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œ A hierarchical structure for subsets

@If and when there are many "partition" codes in a set, you're expected to create a "hierarchical" structure of subsets fanned out by as many as the "partition" codes as noted below:

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@@b
@@b
@@~ by location
@@b
@@bQQQQ subsidiary abroad
@@b
@@b
@@bQQQQ domestic
@@@@@@@@@@@b
@@@@@@@@@@@b
@@@@@@@@@@@~ by capital formation
@@@@@@@@@@@b
@@@@@@@@@@@bQQQQQQ affiliated company
@@@@@@@@@@@b
@@@@@@@@@@@bQQQQQQ joint capital


@A "hierarchical" structure of subsets represents a "inclusion relationship" (among subsets): a bigger includes a smaller.

@Among subsets, no "intersection (conjunction)" will ever be observed--there cannot be a person of both "man" and "woman."@There ARE, however, in "real" data, subsets between/among which a conjunction may be observed, I'll take the conjunction next time.

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