DBCI

AcronymDefinition
DBCIDecibel (referenced to circularly polarized isotropic radiator)
DBCIDisseminated Bacterial or Candidal Infection
DBCIDagupan Bus Company, Inc.
DBCIDOOH (Digital Out-of-Home) Business Climate Index (Out-of-Home Video Advertising Bureau Europe; Germany)
DBCIDoors and Building Components Inc. (Douglasville, GA)
DBCIDeutsche Bank Commodities Index (Germany)
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Also through the comparison of the three classifiers in each data set of standard deviation can be found, in 12 data from nine data sets SRBC standard deviation less than RBC, is also on nine data sets, the standard from the contrast of DBCI low.
Compared with the efficient RBC and SRBC, DBCI can not only obtain a significantly higher classification accuracy, but also significantly reduce the number of redundant and irrelevant attributes.
Items that had the highest means were considered the most disturbing, as determined by the DBCI; items that were scored lowest were classified as least disturbing.
Several one-way ANOVAs (varying sample size) were conducted to determine the effects of gender on scores on the behavioral clusters and mean of total scores on the DBCI. The results of this analysis are reported in Table 4.
Pearson's r correlation coefficients were conducted for teacher age and years teaching experience to determine if these variables correlate with scores on the behavioral clusters and mean of total scores on the DBCI. No correlations were statistically significant.
Several one-way ANOVAs (varying sample sizes) were conducted to evaluate the effects of teaching field on scores on the behavioral clusters and mean of total scores on the DBCI. The results of this analysis are presented in Table 6.
Several one-way ANOVAs (varying sample sizes) were conducted to evaluate the effects of highest educational degree earned on scores on the behavioral clusters and mean of total scores on the DBCI. The results of these analyses are reported in Table 8.
Teacher characteristics of gender, age, and teaching experience were expected to correlate with scores on the four behavioral clusters and mean of total scores the Disturbing Behavior Checklist I (DBCI).
For secondary regular educators in this study, Cluster II--Social Defiance of the DBCI was most disturbing, followed by Cluster IV--Socialized Delinquent, Cluster III--Motor Disturbance, and Cluster I--Social Immaturity.
Other historical research (Algozzine & Curran, 1979; Algozzine, 1977, 1980; Landon & Mesinger, 1989), did not report the actual means for the behavioral clusters or the mean of total scores on the DBCI so this study could not be compared to extant data.
Unlike previous research (Ritter, 1989), no statistically significant correlation was found for teacher gender and scores on the four behavioral clusters and mean of total scores on the DBCI. Further, there was no difference between means for any of the variables of the four behavioral clusters and mean of total scores on the DBCI and the independent variable of gender.
No difference between means on the scores on any behavioral cluster or the mean of total scores on the DBCI was found for age or years teaching experience.