Here’s a summary of the three taxonomies mentioned in this chat:
1. Udut’s Multidisciplinary Knowledge: A Taxonomy of Topics (1989-2021) This taxonomy covers a wide range of subjects spanning over multiple Dewey Decimal categories, primarily focusing on Kenneth Udut’s interests in physics, mathematics, computer science, engineering, sociology, anthropology, and psychology, among others.
2. Underrepresented Disciplines and Cultural Perspectives This taxonomy is designed to address gaps in the coverage of Kenneth Udut’s interests, particularly in the areas of literature, religion, and cultural studies. It includes other information, other religions, American literature in English, English & Old English literatures, German & related literatures, and East Indo-European & Celtic literatures.
3. Major Dewey Decimal categories not represented by any of the taxonomies These are the primary areas not covered by the other two taxonomies. They include major categories such as Religion (Christianity and related topics), Customs, Etiquette & Folklore, English & Old English languages, Literatures of Romance languages, and Literatures of other languages.
The combination of these three taxonomies provides a comprehensive overview of a wide range of subjects, while highlighting the specific interests of Kenneth Udut and addressing underrepresented disciplines and cultural perspectives.