interclass

interclass

(ˌɪntəˈklɑːs)
adj
occurring between or involving two or more classes
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Because both the BaM group and the distance-learning group included two separate classes, we investigated the interclass activity (i.e., interactions made among students from two different classes) and the proportion of these interclass activities out of the entire network.
Set in the backdrop of the Uttarakhand floods, Kedarnath hinges on the destruction caused by the calamity, and along with the age-old interfaith and interclass love story.
The calculation of sample size was based on the following criteria: 1) intraclass correlation coefficients ([ICC.sub.intra]) or interclass correlation coefficients ([ICC.sub.inter]) of less than 0.75 indicating poor agreement and an [ICC.sub.intra] or [ICC.sub.inter] greater than 0.9 indicated good agreement; 2) the number of observations per each healthy volunteer was 2; and 3) the target value was 0.80 and the confidence interval (CI) was 95%.
Success was defined by high values (close to 1) of internal consistency and reproducibility scores, calculated through Chronbach's a (CA) and interclass correlation coefficient (ICC).
Results analyzed for significance by t-tests and Interclass correlation analysis.
An interclass correlation coefficient (ICC) statistic test was used to evaluate interobserver error.
The 10RM test result was 81.6 kg, with Interclass correlation coefficient of 0.96.
Results in Table 2 showed good values of a significant F-test attended with an acceptable interclass correlation coefficient of single measures (CCI1) which is higher than 0.12 and acceptable interclass correlation coefficient of average measures (CCI2) which is higher than 0.7.
In addition, an interrater reliability on the GPi and GPe regions was assessed using interclass correlation coefficient.
However, due to the limited projection space, we can find that when the sample data are highly similar, the interclass distance of the sample classification is not obvious and prone to misjudgment.