respecify

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respecify

(riːˈspɛsɪˌfaɪ)
vb (tr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
to specify again
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Each of these models will then be respecified to include, in sequence, the three measures of the cost of labor.
7 VDCs were also estimated with equation (4) respecified as m1 = [a.
To fulfill the secondary research purposes of examining alternative linkages and the possibility of a general ecumenical model of potential brand switching, a respecified model was tested.
Second, I respecified the offer model as a tobit to determine if the results were sensitive to functional form.
To estimate the shift parameter K using the information from Table 3, equation (1) will have to be respecified.
001, the model was respecified taking in consideration the modification indices and the theoretical framework, achieving a fitting model, [chi square] (7) = 7.
The correlation matrix for the respecified model is shown in Table 1.
If the inclusion of these parameters was deemed to be substantively and psychometrically reasonable, the model was respecified accordingly.
Any kind of problem in step two affecting the estimation of how strong a relationship is can lead to mistakes in how a model is respecified.
In this part of the analyses, the measurement model is respecified if there is nonconvergence, an improper solution, or unacceptable overall fit.