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acceptability

[ak‚sep·tə′bil·ə·dē]
(engineering)
State or condition of meeting minimum standards for use, as applied to methods, equipment, or consumable products.
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We used 2 x 5 x 2 within-subject factorial designs to evaluate the effects of treatment type, efficacy, and context on treatment acceptability. Treatment types included the incentives under evaluation within each study (noted in their respective method sections) and the standard treatment options described previously.
Specifically, this study sought to: (1) determine the profile of the students in terms of course, year level, gender, and academic status; and the profile of the faculty in terms of gender, department, and employment status; (2) determine the extent of dissemination and awareness of the revised LDCU vision and mission and the CAS objectives; (3) determine the degree of acceptability of the LDCU revised vision and mission as well as the CAS objectives; (4) test the difference between the respondents' profile and the extent of dissemination, and awareness of the LDCU revised vision and mission and the CAS objectives; (5) test the difference between the extent of dissemination and awareness and degree of acceptability of LDCU revised vision and mission and the CAS objectives.
According to the Table 1, the most determinative characteristics in the LD muscle were found as 0.770 WBS, 0.665 NCBS, 0.560 juiciness, 0.513 acceptability, 0.490 Flavour and 0.464 tenderness respectively as per the grey relation coefficients in the Awassi sheep.
Are the present council leaders really intending to omit public consultation and acceptability? The previous council leadership (Lib-Dem/Plaid coalition) did consult in 2011 on a similar siting of a new bus station.
The second examined the acceptability and perceived utility of a range of parental strategies.
Each APB pronouncement (interestingly labeled "opinions") contained the same caveat as in the predecessor ARBs (i.e., that their authority rested on their general acceptability, which still lacked definition or elaboration).
Further research is needed to broaden the evidence supporting the use of this new model for contraceptive acceptability. For the Council's contraceptive vaginal ring, the researchers recommend that future studies examine the experiences of male partners and study the acceptability of the ring in other geographic areas.
In reaction, Jong Cabrestante, head of the PCSD Staff Knowledge Platform, explained in a press briefing Tuesday that the policy was anchored on Republic Act 9147, or the Philippine Wildlife Act, and that it doesn't provide any social acceptability criteria.
In the research conducted by PACTE, the indicator "acceptability" is used to refer to the quality of a translation product (PACTE 2005b: 216).
We searched literature in two databases: PubMed biomedical literature, and PsycInfo behavioural sciences and mental health; and searched 'grey' literature in relevant mailing lists (RectalMicro IRMA, AVAC, ShareNet) and earlier reviews (14, 15) by screening titles and abstracts for combinations of the terms "female condom", "acceptability" and "rejection".
Studies on moral issues involving acceptability judgments have shown that different points of views exist in many cases.
Research exploring the acceptability of pureed foods also has been neglected and contradictory evidence exists regarding a preference for molded (formed to resemble the unmodified food) versus scooped (portioned with an institutional scoop) pureed foods [10, 11].