respecify

respecify

(riːˈspɛsɪˌfaɪ)
vb (tr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
to specify again
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Licker, E-Commerce Systems Success: An Attempt to Extend and Respecify the Delone and MacLean Model of IS Success.
To examine the sensitivity of our estimates to the choice of including one-period lags for housing insecurity and violence, we respecify the bivariate, random-effects models to include two-period lags for housing insecurity and violence.
For example, given four groups, the program initially compares Group 1 with Group 2, then with Group 3 and then with Group 4 The researcher must subsequently respecify the input file such that on the next run, Group 2 is compared with Group 3 and then, with Group 4 The final respecification and testing of the input file compares Group 3 with Group 4 Thus, it is easy to see that conducting a comparison of group pairs across 27 countries is rendered an exceedingly tedious, if not impossible task!
Then, we proceeded to compare and respecify, through a confirmatory factor analysis (CFA), the above four factors.
We then considered the convergence of the parameters in the factors to respecify the model (Anderson & Gerbing, 1988).
Congeneric modeling is advantageous as it enables us to identify misfit of an a priori model, and to respecify (e.g., deletion of a particular item) the model, if necessary.
Studying backstage activities and maintenance work (Graham and Thrift, 2007; Henke, 2000) allows thus to respecify the issue of sociomateriality by focusing on dimensions largely overlooked until now: fragility and instability.
The federation has already raised its concerns with Secretary of State Theresa Villiers who has the power to respecify the ceasefire.
Licker, "E-commerce systems success: an attempt to extend and respecify the Delone and Mclean model of IS success," Journal of Electronic Commerce Success, vol.
In addition, Lawrence Jacobs and Benjamin Page (2005) respecify the bivariate relationship posited by Canes-Wrone's theoretical model, with devastating effect.