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Using Hierarchical Folders and Tags for File Management.

@inproceedings{Ma2010UsingHF,
  title={Using Hierarchical Folders and Tags for File Management.},
  author={S. Ma},
  year={2010}
}
  • S. Ma
  • Published 2010
  • Computer Science
  • Using Hierarchical Folders and Tags for File Management Shanshan Ma Advisor: Susan Wiedenbeck, Ph.D. Hierarchical folders have been widely used for managing digital files. A well constructed hierarchical structure can keep files organized. A parent folder can have several subfolders and one subfolder can only reside in one parent folder. Files are stored in folders or subfolders. Files can be found by traversing a given path, going through different levels of folders and subfolders. Folders can… CONTINUE READING
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