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am·bi·gu·i·ty

(am'bi-gyū'ĭ-tē),
Condition of being ambiguous; uncertainty.

am·bi·gu·i·ty

(am'bi-gyū'i-tē)
Condition of being ambiguous; uncertainty.
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We measured task ambiguity with the German version (Schmidt & Hollmann, 1998) of the Job Ambiguity Scales by Breaugh and Colihan (1994).
To uncover causal relations between the two variables task ambiguity and state procrastination, the hypothesis was tested with a cross-lagged panel design (see Lazarsfeld and Fiske, 1938).
This paper investigates the characteristics of an employee ownership contract when the employee is ambiguity averse.
(2) Many interpretive doctrines, including Chevron, (3,) are triggered by a threshold finding of ambiguity. The threshold inquiry by a judge that a statute is either clear or ambiguous is a critical determination that can foreclose or make available a variety of interpretive tools.
Even with the carrier phase observations, it is challenging to reach such an accuracy without proper integer ambiguity resolution.
However, we are using the same strategy for ambiguity in the second sense of the word.
This is particularly evident in high-tech alliances as they increasingly focus on the development of complex technologies, which are often characterized by knowledge ambiguity, i.e.
For Want of Ambiguity: Order and Chaos in Art, Psychoanalysis, and Neuroscience
'I do not believe that ambiguity or vagueness of the Philippine-US MDT will serve as a deterrent.
Such contracts are said to be subject to "ambiguity." There may be several reasons why contracts are subject to ambiguity, including a lack of historical, observational data, and the existence of competing theories, proffered by competing experts and formalized in competing forecasting models, of the causal processes governing events that determine their value.
[U.S.A.], June 13 (ANI): People are more likely to trust and cooperate if they can tolerate ambiguity, a new research has claimed.
The rule of law eschews ambiguity. And yet, ambiguity abounds in legislative texts and its resolution consumes considerable interpretive energy.