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.