cross-level

cross-level

[′krȯs ‚lev·əl]
(engineering)
To level at an angle perpendicular to the principal line of sight.
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Linux Foundation Cross-Certification SUSE and the Linux Foundation have entered an agreement to provide a cross-level certification bundle, allowing a Linux administrator to more easily receive all four SUSE and Linux Foundation certifications for Linux system administration.
Best-practice recommendations for estimating cross-level interaction effects using multilevel modeling.
Organizational pro-disparity norm showed a similar cross-level buffering effect.
A third objective was to explore the interaction of individual and agency factors (termed cross-level interaction; that is, moderation in multilevel modeling terminology).
Using old fashioned cross-level distribution allowed for accumulated materiel to be made available to units still conducting operations in the area.
There are many other inter-departmental, inter-institutional, cross-level opportunities for partnerships.
The analysis used a two-level hierarchical generalized linear model (HGLM) (Raudenbush & Bryk, 2002) with a negative binomial log-link function to consider the cross-level relationship between staff members' HMIS use and organizational culture.
Team Muhandis and the 20th Engineer Brigade facilitated meetings and coordination between different engineer units to cross-level resources.
Now we have to cross-level this, because we've realized we're spending way too much on personnel.
was recently cross-level transferred to the 368th Engineer Battalion in Londonderry, N.
The idea of an ecological epidemiology of HIV implies that there are measurable constructs at each of the levels of influence and that cross-level connections are involved in the occurrence of HIV both at the individual (e.
Random intercept regression analyses with cross-level interactions (between the school-level variable sector and individual-level variables) were performed in STATA (StataCorp, 2007) and used maximum likelihood estimation.

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