In mathematics, a "classification" means making a list of all possible objects of a given type.

Classification results are some of Ciro Santilli's favorite: Section "The beauty of mathematics".

Examples:

- classification of finite simple groups
- classification of regular polytopes
- classification of closed surfaces, and more generalized generalized Poincaré conjectures
- classification of associative real division algebras
- classification of finite fields
- classification of simple Lie groups
- classification of the wallpaper groups and the space groups

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- Classification of associative real division algebras
- Classification of closed surfaces
- Classification of finite fields
- Classification of finite rings
- Classification of finite simple groups
- Classification of Pythagorean triples
- Classification of regular polytopes
- Classification of simple Lie groups
- Frobenius theorem
- Generalized Poincaré conjecture