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expectancy

, expectance
the prospect of a future interest or possession, esp in property
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(1) Generate normal random number [E'.sub.1] with expectance [E.sub.1] and standard deviation H.
The effect of mass media exposure on expectance of violence against women: A field experiment.
"We get to see the arc of him kind of learning what power and responsibility is, and there's a wonderful story of expectance and forgiveness throughout the show."
In other words, the stronger is the knowledge owner's desire for face, the stronger will be their expectance of face saving or losing.
It is possible that this role and its associated parameters, for example the provision of confidentiality and expectance of a talking interaction, influenced participants interviewed to feel more comfortable to both engage with the researcher and reveal personal experience.
This finding could probably explain the negative moderating effect by experience on the relationship of performance expectance and behavioural intention to adopt IoT.
The escalating global incidence of T2D is alarming, being enriched by the expectance of diabetes to become 7th leading cause of death in 2030 [12].
Ball and Gotsill (2011, pg 9) restated Cappelli (2003), Boomers would continue to work "as life expectance and the ability to work longer go up." But when will they retire and what will it cost my laboratory?
"I studied for seven years in the Lebanese Conservatory in the Arabic field and I have previous expectance in singing the Latin opera, but this is definitely different," Akiki explained.
When you compare our region with the nation as a whole, you might notice that unemployment here is higher than anywhere else, especially among young people; levels of business ownership are the lowest; and that life expectance is lower than average.
Experimental and clinical assays have demonstrated that patients with diabetes and hypertension tend much more to develop organ damages and such occurrences restrict the life expectance and/or compromise the quality of life as well (Kaur et al.
Fortunately, some clues exist, such as the domain of q (ranging from 0) and the expectance from the power of the error (here let us say that it is expected to have q from 0.1 to 10 and is very unlikely but possible to have q from 0.01 to 100, but outside of this range also precision of computations often fails).