factor comparison

factor comparison

[′fak·tər kəm‚par·ə·sən]
(industrial engineering)
A quantitative system of job evaluation in which jobs are given relative positions on a rating scale based on a comparison of factors composing the job with certain previously selected key jobs.
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Figure 4 shows the Q factor comparison of experimental results and model simulations for Inductor Q6 and Q9, Q6 with 3.
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5), or a line graph that simultaneously displays, for each observation, the value of a chosen auxiliary variable (View Single Factor Comparison Plot: Fig.
3) or to view the single factor comparison plot associated with that variable (Fig.
The factor comparison methodology used within the analyses below is based upon the Kaiser, Hunka, and Bianchini (KHB; 1971) congruential fit procedure, modified by Barrett, Petrides, Eysenck, and Eysenck (1998) to conform to an orthogonal procrustes target-fit procedure.
The mean solution congruences from the factor comparison analyses between the three sets of OSI data, using MINRES factor analyses, are shown in Table 4.
Media Factor Comparison and Analysis between Key Issues
Military trips typically operate at a lower load factor than scheduled service flights, making system-wide load factor comparisons less meaningful.
Assuming our normal booking trends continue, we hope to have positive load factor comparisons in September and October, as a consequence of the 25th Anniversary sale.