cross-classification


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Synonyms for cross-classification

classification according to more than one attribute at the same time

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The redistributed complete cross-classification AFs are in between the lower and upper estimates.
A simplified cross-classification map (see Figure 7) represents persistence in land-cover categories, areas where no change occurred, and land-cover change, areas with any type of transitions between categories (depicted in black).
pretense accessions were mapped on the cross-classification climate map and assessed for a selection regime that may have influenced the genetic differentiation of accessions adapted to acid soils (Fig.
The cross-classification with respect to the other characteristics also shows analogous differences in the poverty rates.
The revised cross-classification was developed as part of the National Assessment of Vocational Education (see Horn and Meyer 1990).
However, this approach is very, unwieldy for contingency, tables formed by the cross-classification of a large number of explanatory variables as cell counts tend to be very small.
Measures of Association for Cross-Classification, Part IV.
Looking over my data and constructing the cross-classification tables in Figures I and II, I was struck by the apparent discrepancy between some certificate and associate program admission requirements.
Table 5 reports the cross-classification of this variable for the item describing online learning.
That's been the challenge for the Oregon School Activities Association since it approved creation of cross-classification hybrid leagues to cut down on travel costs beginning in the 2010-11 school year.
He includes chapters on relevant constitutional provisions and procedures; structure of the central government budget; functional, economic, and cross-classification of the budget; recent budgetary reforms; central government taxes, expenditures, subsidies, and debt liabilities; state government taxes; center-state financial relations; transfer of resources through the finance commission and the planning commission; and state-local financial relations.
The paper is divided into the following sections: Executive Summary; Introduction; Definitions of Reading; Purposes for Reading; Reading Passages; Distribution of Item Types in NAEP and PIRLS; Reading Processes Assessed by NAEP and PIRLS; To What Extent Do NAEP and PIRLS Measure Similar Skills?; Detailed View of Cross-Classification; and Conclusion.
Following Iezzoni and colleagues (1995, 1996, 1998), we constructed models that included (1) the APR-DRG ROM class alone; (2) the ROM class with dummy variables representing a cross-classification of patients by sex and eight age categories (18-44, 45-54, 55-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, and 85 years of age or older); and (3) the ROM class with variables representing female gender, age (in years), the interaction between age and female gender, and linear age less than 35 years (piecewise regression).
In order to ensure the correspondence between the commodity and the industry classification, a cross-classification has been established between the Pakistan Standard Industrial Classification (PSIC) and the Pakistan Standard Trade Classification (PSTC).
The committee asked OSAA staff to examine how a power ranking could weigh a number of issues including cross-classification contests, schools playing a different number of games, games involving out-of-state opponents and score differential.