1 shows the relationship between RDM practice and overall project performance at different levels of project typicality
detail what the commonality and typicality
requirements generally entail
It seems, then, that in order to capture heterogeneity as well as closure in texts, and to handle typicality
and variation, we do need two dimensions of categories.
One note of caution is that typicality
of the stimulus words was not controlled in this experiment.
Although his efforts focus primarily on Chicago, he does make efforts to demonstrate the typicality
of the activities of the Windy City to other cities of the time.
Bias in behavioral observation as a function of observer familiarity with subjects and typicality
In short, the record developed by the defendants establishes that not only is there a probability of individualized issues in the class proposed by plaintiffs, but that those individualized issues preclude a finding of typicality
, or predominance of common claims over questions affecting certain members, or manageability.
It is an important base for mid-subtropical biological resources in China even all over the world, endowed with temperate climate, excellent hydrothermal conditions and well-developed zonal forest vegetation, and an natural reserve characterized by early establishment at home, strong representativeness and typicality
, and taking mid-subtropical humid evergreen broad-leaved forest ecosystem and its biodiversity as main protected objects.
H1: Dilution of team associations will occur when exposed to a brand extension with inconsistent associations regardless of typicality
Reliance on disclaimers of typicality
has led to the widespread use of phrases such as "Your Results/Experience Will Vary" or "Results not Typical" in advertising where an endorsement or testimonial is featured.
D Dissertation: Princeton University, 2002); David McBride, From Tuberculosis to AIDS: Epidemics Among Urban Blacks Since 1900 (Albany, 1991); Vanessa Gamble, Germs Have No Color Line: Blacks and American Medicine, 1900-1940 (New York, 1989); William Deverell, "Plague in Los Angeles: Ethnicity and Typicality
," in Over the Edge: Remapping the American West, ed.
Its standing analysis commingles concepts of numerosity, typicality
, and adequacy.