influence factor

influence factor

[′in‚flü·əns ‚fak·tər]
(communications)
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Speed Networking, hosted by The Influence Factor has enjoyed popularity among Burlington and Hamilton's best businesses since its first sold out event in 2014.
In order to comprehensively investigate the causal influences among temperament, school factors (teacher expectation and peer acceptance), and family factors (parental education value, parental coparenting, and parenting style) on the preschool children's personality and the probability of the dependencies among these influence factors, we constructed the influence factor model of personality development based on the Bayesian network.
The performance parameter sections cover field of view, modulation transfer function, and minimum resolvable temperature difference, as well as less common parameters, such as slit response function, narcissus, and scene influence factor. The last two chapters discuss calibration and alignment of test facilities, industrial applications, and specialty applications.
They analyzed tag recognition rates of boxes on a pallet by antenna type and tag position and determined the best influence factor conditions for tag detection.
This influence factor and the growth of this class is the basis for the theory and growing practice that economic development efforts must be targeted here.
The RLQ was in general validated, but gender, teaching level, and teaching experience were found to influence factor structure and scores on all three instruments significantly.
A location surrounded by parcels with different land uses does not automatically warrant application of a negative influence factor in assessing the value of the subject property, according to the Tax Court of Indiana.
This proportion is then converted to a Z value and summed for each influence factor, resulting in the scaling of each factor on a quasi-interval scale.
Influence factor Correction vector [p.sub.iC] [p.sub.iT] [p.sub.iQ] Precision characteristics 0.9 1.2 0.8 Failure symptoms 0.9 1.3 0.95 Failure degree 0.95 1.1 1.2 TABLE 3: Importance weights of the influence factors.
* Method 1: Mean stress influence factor in the cutting plane with maximum equivalent stress amplitude.