PDEM

AcronymDefinition
PDEMProbability Density Evolution Method (engineering)
PDEMPosition-Dependent Effective Mass (physics)
PDEMPostgraduate Diploma in Enterprise Management (South Africa)
PDEMPorcine Dry Eye Model (optometry)
PDEMPartia Demokratyczna
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Participating organizations were chosen for substantial call volume and for structured variation of organizational arrangements (e.g., fire department-based EMS ["FDEMS"]; police department-based EMS ["PDEMS"]; and hospital-based EMS ["HSEMS"]).
(5) Para el gobierno del Estado de Mexico el segmento de persona joven se ubica entre los 15 y 29 anos de edad (Pdem, 2005).
For the different measures of parental behavioral control, factor analyses (principal component analysis followed by varimax rotation) showed that two factors could be extracted and labeled as Paternal Behavioral Control (PBC: with PKNO, PEXP, PMON, PDIS, and PDEM loaded on this factor with loadings higher than .5) and Maternal Behavioral Control (MBC: with MKNO, MEXP, MMON, MDIS and MDEM loaded on this factor with loadings higher than .5), respectively.
E-mail: DANIELSHEK@CUHK.EDU.HK Table 1 Inter-relationships among different measures of parental behavioral control and the linkages between parental behavioral control and psychological control measures PKNO/ PEXP/ PMON/ PDIS/ PDEM/ Variables MKNO MEXP MMON MDIS MDEM PKNO/MKNO -- .40 * .65 * .34 * .45 * PEXP/MEXP .47 * -- .51 * .50 * .36 * PMON/MMON .70 * .52 * -- .43 * .41 * PDIS/MDIS .42 * .56 * .46 * -- .28 * PDEM/MDEM .54 * .48 * .51 * .41 * -- * pFW <.001; pT <.00005 Variables PPSY Variables MPSY PKNO -.19 * MKNO -.19 * PEXP .16 * MEXP .21 * PMON -.07 * MMON -.03 ns PDIS .16 * MDIS .14 * PDEM -.05 ns MDEM -.02 ns PBC -.05 ns MBC .07 * * pFW<.01; pT<.0025 ns non-significant Note.
Factor I included PKNO, PEXP, PMON, PDIS, and PDEM that could be labeled Paternal Behavioral Control (PBC).
Table 2 Inter-Relationships between Measures of Parental Behavioral Control and Measures of Parent-Child Relational Quality Variables FTRU TRUF SATF RCF FCRQ PKNO .41 * .47 * .51 * .55 * .23 * PEXP .11 * .19 * .27 * .28 * .10 * PMON .27 * .37 * .40 * .52 * .16 * PDIS .15 * .23 * .30 * .30 * .11 * PDEM .24 * .35 * .37 * .41 * .16 * PBC .31 * .41 * .46 * .52 * .50 * MTRU TRUM SATM RCM MCRQ MKNO .42 * .47 * .50 * .56 * .25 * MEXP .06 * .13 * .17 * .21 * .08 * MMON .28 * .36 * .39 * .47 * .19 * MDIS .14 * .19 * .25 * .26 * .08 * MDEM .20 * .27 * .29 * .35 * .20 * MBC .21 * .31 * .37 * .42 * .40 * * Note.
These techniques, known as fast integral equation solvers, significantly extended the usability of the IEMs and made IEMs very compatible with the computationally less expensive PDEMs [6,29].
Its PDEMS product line is experiencing strong growth as producers of microprocessors and other logic devices implement next-generation, low-K dielectrics.