satisfactoriness


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the quality of giving satisfaction sufficient to meet a demand or requirement

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* firms seem not to have reliable and structured databases from where to collect information to assess the success of the portfolio, much less of the level of satisfactoriness of the process of portfolio management;
The users have the relieved of selectivity on a number of options regarding the details of the imputation process and the program can produce a lot of diagnostics information to assess the satisfactoriness of the imputations for the data.
Moral condemnation of historical actions which are understood to have been taken by this actor are then seen to threaten the security or satisfactoriness of the identity of present-day citizens.
For this case, the time domain specifications: S2, S7 and [S.sub.8] are satisfied with the proposed PSO algorithm, while the same specifications are not satisfactoriness with standard PSO.
With our Model we have obtained an evolution with behaviours 1-3-7 ('individualists') in the 'occidental' area and 0-2-6 ('gregarious') in the 'oriental' area, which can be justified by superior initial value of natal (next to 37.5) in the 'oriental' are, and so the bigger 'gregarious' impact which is generated can compensate the bigger intrinsic satisfactoriness of the 'individualistic' behaviours.
Dialogue about the satisfactoriness of measures needs to take place within the agency, and between agencies and budget reviewers and others who monitor performance externally, e.g., congressional oversight committees.
Worker satisfaction is a function of the correspondence between the work reinforcers of the environment and the individual's needs, and worker satisfactoriness is a function of the person's abilities and the work environment's ability requirements.
Judge Jones agreed that a plea must "be entered voluntarily, knowingly and intelligently," and that in the event that a plea does not meet these criterion, '"an affirmative showing on the record' [must be made] that the defendant waived his or her constitutional protections." (115) Judge Jones also agreed that the Court should not follow a "formalistic approach," but instead afford discretion to the trial court's decision regarding the "satisfactoriness" of the plea.
In the next paper, entitled Proposal of a Validation Framework for a New Measurement Model and its Application to the Export Performance Construct, Jorge Carneiro, Angela da Rocha and Jorge Ferreira da Silva present and analyze a comprehensive set of validation procedures to assess the satisfactoriness of measurement models of multifaceted constructs.
With this evidence, it becomes important to investigate the objective aspects of social support, such as, marital status, number of friends, frequency of contact, intensity of contact, existence or absence of intimate friends, social networks (youth groups, scouting, church groups, athletic centers) and subjective aspects, such as the individual's perception of the adequacy and satisfactoriness of the social support available to them (Ribeiro, 1999).
This correspondence is the reciprocal process between the worker's satisfaction and the employer's satisfactoriness (Eggerth, 2008; Zunker, 2006).
Counselors may also initiate contact with clients' employers (with appropriate consent) to evaluate job satisfactoriness and conduct follow-up group counseling.
Questions relating to the satisfactoriness or otherwise of an ending do not arise, in a similar form, with the remaining two fictional manuscripts since both are unfinished.
Current studies (Martin & Swartz-Kulstad, 1997; Hutz et al., 2003) have indicated alpha coefficients of .86 for ethnocultural differences, .78 for contextual satisfactoriness, and .85 for contextual satisfaction.